Masseria del Borro

Via Ventilabro 67, Naples, Campania, 80126, Italy | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Via Ventilabro 67, Naples, is near Mount Vesuvius, Chiaia, Sant'Anna dei Lombardi (Monteoliveto), and Villa Communale.
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Travel Blogs from Naples

The disappearance of Vesuvio (under a cloud)

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Apr 15, 2014

2 comments, 17 photos

... wandered around the city centre taking in such iconic landmarks as Castel San Angelo, Castel d’Uovo and ridden a funicular to Castel Nuevo. You could say that Naples has its fair share of castles!! We have even nipped across to the Isles of Capri and Ischia that both lie in the Bay of Naples. It’s not every day you get to climb a volcano. Especially the only volcano on mainland Europe to have erupted in the past 100 years. Naples lies in the shadow of ...

Assisi and into Naples

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Sep 10, 2013

22 photos

... are tons of motorbikes. It’s messy and dirty—must not be a street cleaner on the payroll. It all made me think of what I've seen on TV of large cities in South America.

We walked up and up, through neighborhoods, down narrow streets (still with unbelievable traffic!), into and then quickly out of a church. I’d forgotten about the tour at first and just thought we were walking to a very well hidden restaurant for dinner! We finally did reach ...

"Bella"

A travel blog entry by ktthomas on Oct 01, 2012

73 photos

... Peninsula Southern Italy. The Amalfi Coast is a popular tourist destination for the region and Italy as a whole, attracting thousands of tourists annually.

During the 10th–11th centuries, the Duchy of Amalfi existed on the territory of the Amalfi Coast, centered in the town of Amalfi. The Amalfi coast was later controlled by the Principality of Salerno, ...

To Naples

A travel blog entry by katyandjames on Aug 03, 2012

8 photos

... led us to an area she'd passed earlier in the day that had a few pizzarias, and we went into one that was very busy, the restaurant part was nearly full and there were heaps of people outside waiting to collect their take-aways. Always a good sign.

We got a pizza each, and they were HUGE! They were really cheap- around €5 each. Naples is the birthplace of the pizza so you'd expect them to be something pretty special, and they were. Despite our ...

Walking the Streets of Pompeii

A travel blog entry by ppcase on Oct 03, 2011

9 photos

... Elder) and burying twenty thousand of Pompeii residents for eternity.


Decades later, Pliny wrote a detailed description of this massive eruption. While his writings were preserved, the content describing the destruction of Pompeii was discredited as the raving of a delusional and despondent fellow. His detailed description of how a mountaintop like Vesuvius could explode and erupt in that way was unknown in history at that time. So for two thousand years, Piny ...