Albergo La Prora

Via Castello, 6, Naples, Campania, 80073, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Castello, 6, Naples, is near Centro Storico, Spiaggia Grande, Castello di Arechi, and San Lorenzo Maggiore.
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Travel Blogs from Naples

Naples, Mount Versuvius, Sorrento & Pompei

A travel blog entry by pverco on Jul 29, 2014

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... a holiday. This is tourism on a major scale. After having breakfast, Claire and I went on a 8.5 hour long day trip to Sorrento and Pompei commencing at 8:30am. We set off by bus after a drive through the city of Naples and headed out on the highway past the massive and imposing Mount Vesuvius, which is still an active volcano, having wiped out Pompei and many other cities almost 2,000 years ago (79AD). It most recently errupted in 1944.

It took ...

Adventure Time in Naples!

A travel blog entry by melissaclark on Feb 11, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... watching a few movies with some friends at the hostel. After a good sleep, our adventure began. Our original plan for our day in Naples was the go see the ruin city of Pompeii, and climb up Mount Vesuvius. A group of us from the hostel, including six Canadians and two Australians, all took the train from the station towards the volcano! We started trekking up the winding streets, and tried following signs pointing towards the base. After about half an hour of ...

Ghost Story

A travel blog entry by cadkinsca on Sep 06, 2013

30 photos

... concerning the Mafia, trash crisis (the worst is actually over) and some parts of the city are impoverished, but if you look even further than that and by exercising a bit of caution, you will find a vibrant city with plenty to see and do."

So, I really liked it. Both Thursday and Friday night were to quote Wiki "vibrant." The nightlife areas of town were packed with people, young and old in bars, restaurants, cafes ...


A travel blog entry by kchambo on Jun 06, 2013

... that the buildings were much higher. There was 3storey buildings and mosaics which had survived. It gave a clear indication of how they lived and even on one of the doorways there was a sign for a shop. You really could get a feel of walking around the streets here. We are off to Rome tomorrow, very excited for ...

Naples and Pompei

A travel blog entry by philwill14 on Jan 09, 2013

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... it was frowned upon, but was still on the picture menu. The slaves worked in the brothels and they could earn money through tips to eventually buy their freedom. Apparently the Romans invented cement, or so they credit themselves with, and this place was held together so well it's hard to believe otherwise the workmanship that's put into very small bricks held together precisely in shapes that seem to be before its time. A pizza oven for example ...

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