Hotel Bed and Breakfast Naples

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Mysterious and fascinating, intriguing and passionate, chaotic and contradictory: this is Naples, the great capital of the Mediterranean. Moonlit nights, the sparkling atmosphere of popular feasts and the smell of the sea, all these have contributed to its fame. While being a modern city it is still solidly linked to the traditions of the past. The city offers itself as a universe to be explored:its artistic heritage is immense.
Unlike other European cities, in Naples the castles have never been dwelling and refuges for nobles and serfs,but real and proper palaces. The coastiline is dominated by the massive tuff walls of the Castel dell’Ovo, the most ancient in the city, which towers over the tiny island of Megaride.First a Roman Villa, then a convent, then a Norman Royal Palace, it is today one of the most evocative and panoramic places in the Gulf. Castel Capuano, which still contains fine sixteenth century frescoes, now houses the civil courts. The most luxurious palace built by the Kings of Naples in the Middle Ages was the Maschio Angioino (or Castel Nuovo) that dominates the centre of piazza Municipio,a beautiful place. The massive fortress of Castel Sant’Elmo dominates the Vomero hill: the view from the slopes is unforgettable. All these in 1 day,adding the National Archeological Museum and “Spaccanapoli” with the historical centre.
However, there is a trip trought the twentieth century city takes tourists,among the notable emerging urban and architectural sights, to the rationalist Mostra d’Oltremare, with its parks, sports complex and exhibition space, to Città della Scienza near by.

A six night holiday followed by a specialist guide who will you enjoy the fascination of Pompeii, visiting the Mount Vesuvius, the exaggerate force that with his eruption destroyed an entire Roman town and buried all its people, and wandering (having a look)its surroundings.
You will accommodate in a 4 star hotel in a lovely resort overlooking the Bay of Naples.

Here a simple Itinerary:
FIRST DAY:
Depart from Gatwick and arrive at Naples at mid morning where will you expect the comfortable hotel Excelsior in Sorrento.
SECOND DAY:
It’s planned a morning drive to Mount Vesuvius.
THIRD DAY:
You will have a glimpse of a fascinating and ancient civilization, you will discover the public and private Romans’life seeing the mosaics, frescoed villas and Romans baths.
FOURTH DAY:
A wandering drive from Amalfi to Paestum which is founded by Greeks in the 7th century and it will you impress(touch) with its three massive Doric temples, including the well preserved Temple of Neptune.
FIFTH DAY:
Visit the imperial villa at Omplontis with its ancient wall painting and we will continue to Herculaneum the best preserved and evocative sites of all, buried under 65 feet of mud-lava until 18th century.
SIXTH DAY:
Sailing by ferry you will visit the captivating Isle of Capri with his numerous places built by the Roman Emperor Tiberius, like villa Jovis which we will visit. There will also be time to explore by your self.
SEVENTH DAY:
Return to Naples and visit the Museum of National Antiquities, home of many objects from the sites we visited. Then you will continue to the airport to take the flight to back home.
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Municipalities of Napoli:

Pompei




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