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Where to stay in Naples

Exploring Naples

Pizza lovers rejoice, and prepare your taste buds for a slice of the best food and drink Italy can offer, in the ancient city of Naples. Founded in 470 BC, the UNESCO World Heritage listed historical center is Europe's largest, and it retains influences from its Greek and Roman past. Naples also benefits from a spectacular setting, with the snow-capped dome of the snoozing Mount Vesuvius over to the East, and the brooding Campi Flegrei volcano to the West. Like the Neapolitan ice cream it lends its name to, Naples is a layered city – with a flavor for everyone.


Accommodations in Naples

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Naples is the Salotto Borbonico, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Napolinn B&B in Naples as it has been reserved 5 times.

There are some amazing options offering top-notch services and facilities. Check out Ramada Naples and Grand Hotel Parkers.


Sightseeing in Naples

- Piazza del Plebiscito


For a great introduction to Naples, start at Piazza del Plebiscito. The open square is perfect for relaxing with a morning cappuccino, or sampling an ice cream cone from a wooden gelato wagon. Wander from the columned San Francesco di Paola church down to the ocean for sweeping views of the city, harbor, and mountains.


- Cathedral of Naples


The Cathedral of Naples is a must-see. It is a beautiful medieval cathedral which houses amazing artwork including Giovanni Lanfranco's fresco in the Cappella di San Gennaro (Chapel of St Janarius), the 4th-century mosaics in the baptistry, or the thrice-annual miracle of San Gennaro.


Transportation in Naples

Naples Airport serves the city and offers limited trans-Atlantic flights, alongside a comprehensive selection of European routes. A cheap bus service links the terminal to the city center. If you're already in Italy, Napoli Centrale train station is well connected, and long distance bus services are readily available to help you hop between cities. If you've rented a car, you can drive north to Rome, along the A1, in around 2 hours.


Naples travel guides

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