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What to do and see in Naples

Visit the ruins of Pompeii:

ruinas de Pompeya

Pompeii is one of the most significant testimonies to Roman Civilisation. The city was buried in the year 79 after the violent eruption of the volcano Vesuvius. The thick layer of ash which covered it has meant that the city has remained virtually intact to this day. This is the reason why we can so clearly observe its architecture and the interior of the houses and ...

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Main points of interest in Pompeii:


A visit to Pompeii could last a whole day but we point out the most interesting things to see (they are listed according to the numbers on the map that you receive at the entrance). With this explanation you do not have to hire the audio-guide: 2. The Marine Gate: so called because it gives on to the sea, although it was originally known as Neptune´s Gate. It has two ...

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Visit the Ruins of Herculaneum:

Ruinas de Herculano

Herculaneum was also buried by the same eruption as Pompey. Its ruins (and above all the mosaics) are in a better state of conservation than those of Pompeii, but the truth is that unless you are really passionate about Roman art and culture, they do not have much additional interest. If you do decide to visit, these are the things not to miss: 8. The House of the ...

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Visit the historic centre of Naples:

centro histórico de Nápoles

Brief description: the most interesting area of Naples is without doubt the historic part. You will get an accurate idea of what the city and the people are all about, as well as seeing the main artistic sights. The route that we propose for you starts at the Piazza Dante, on the Via Toledo, and continues along the Via Tribunalli until you reach the end, returning by ...

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Visit to subterranean Naples:

Brief description: most of Naples has below its surface an enormous network of tunnels and subterranean galleries named Napoli Sotterranea. Naples is built upon a layer of rock and compacted volcanic ash, which the Italians call tufo. Porous and easily-worked it was used by the Greeks from 470 B.C. when they built Neapolis (new city). The Romans used the tufo quarries ...

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Visit Lungomare of Naples:

el Lungomare de Nápoles

Brief description: once you are back in the Via Toledo, keep walking down towards the sea until you reach Piazza Triste e Trento. In this area you can see the imposing Piazza Plebiscito, the Palazzo Reale and the Castel Nuovo. Continue along the promenade from where you will be able to appreciate the beautiful Bay of Naples and one of its most characteristic symbols: ...

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