Punta Serra

Address: Via Serra, 4, Naples, Campania, 80079, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Via Serra, 4, Naples, is near Castello Aragonese, La Mortella, and Baia.
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Travel Blogs from Naples

Neapolitan Style

A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault on Sep 25, 2014

50 photos

... cover there wasn't much to see either. Although not a dormant volcano, due to its inactivity for the last 70 years, there isn't much to see in the crater either. All in all, a bit overpriced for the 20 euro bus trip and entry fee. Ercolano was a more concentrated, better-preserved version of Pompeii. There was even a sign advertising types of drinks and their prices from before the eruption in 79 AD. Amazing. My other favourites were the ...

Naples gateway to Sorrento and Pompeii

A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Aug 09, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... is about 30 miles away. The old port gates are still standing. Every day the streets were flooded with gushing water to clean them. Large stepping stones were placed in the street to allow pedestrians to cross without getting there sandals wet. Chariots traveling in either direction could straddle the stones (all had standard-sized axles). In the basalt stones used to pave the streets, chariot wheel indentations can been seen. A single stepping stone meant ...

Naples, a step nearer to the Amalfi Coast

A travel blog entry by petkatravels on Jun 06, 2014

11 photos

... right amount of information to give and moved along at a good pace without rushing.
Later we wandered around ourselves. It is amazing how they have excavated under 25 metres of mud to find this city. What you see is what they found.
There is more, even the remains of a theatre, but it is beneath the present day buildings!
Our other adventure was the bus ride back to the BnB when we missed the closest stop, which still meant ...

The Fires of Pompeii

A travel blog entry by mugharrington on Oct 26, 2013

31 photos

... mile or so they said. They asked and asked where to buy the tickets and everyone said they didn’t speak English (of course they didn’t) or they had no idea where to buy tickets. As soon as they got on (and they were the only ones on the tram at this point), the “tram police” ticketed them €44.00 each for not having a ticket! Brian was pretty peeved. At some point they were on a train and a group of people who seemed to be ...

We ruined the day.

A travel blog entry by sarah_simon on Jul 11, 2013

133 photos

... remains of a pregnant lady who was buried face down, as she would have obviously tried to shield her unborn baby from the ghastly ash. What a hero. It's a shame she never had hope, though. Nearby her, the remains of a boy with mouth wide open - as if to be shouting or screaming in the most terrifying moment that would be his last.

Surrounding these remains were also countless artefacts that have been remarkably preserved much like the bodies, due to the lack ...