Reginella Residence

Address: Via Toledo 323, Naples, Campania, 80132, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Municipalita 1 area of Naples, is near Teatro di San Carlo, Castel Nuovo - Maschio Angioino Castle, Arbiter, and Torre della Scimmia.
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    Travel Blogs from Naples

    A walk around Naples

    A travel blog entry by geoffbro on Jun 01, 2015

    59 photos

    ... on our map. It was a pretty weird experience.

    We found the other place on the map, well we weren’t sure, but it had photos out the front again, so we went inside where a group of people were, they could only speak Spanish so we saw an open door and walked through. We were stopped by a man who said tickets and pointed to where we had come from. We went back in but there was no-one in the ticket office. Julio, our port lecturer told us that on Mondays they only did ...

    The African Capital of Italy

    A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Sep 01, 2014

    4 photos

    ... to build the city walls and temples of Neapolis. The Romans continued on digging in their rein of power to enlarge them and create an aqueduct system to supply water to the city from a series of wells and cisterns (water tanks). The aqueduct system continued to be used and expanded right up until 1884 when it was shut down due to a cholera epidemic. During World War Two the area was opened up again to be used as an air raid shelter. Nowadays it is just used to show ...

    Surprisingly, loved it.

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on May 29, 2014

    15 photos

    ... the underground tunnelling and design, with small "streets" leading off at regular intervals. It was easy to see why a guide was needed. Her english was spoken with a heavy italian accent, such we both struggled to understand much of the information given. I felt very sorry for the others in the group whose first language was not english.

    Left the Catacomba di San Gennaro, one of four within the city, and ...

    Napoli Acropoli

    A travel blog entry by marci.copeland on Nov 25, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... shell. For 30 E we had two meals, 1/2 litre of water, 1/2 litre of vin bianci, and crusty bread. Okay sooo, we needed another walk! Back past the castle and the teatro to the caffe for cappucino, expresso and just enough room for gelato chocolate! The coffee bar was set in what looked like part of the palace across the piazza! Elegant setting with great coffee and gelato. Did anyone say ...

    Of Treasures and Trash!

    A travel blog entry by runelight_vlc on Aug 10, 2013

    28 photos

    ... to see the cathedral. This street is built on the main roman road of the town but is far from Roman. It is narrow and busy with stalls on either side. Here, halfway down is the entrance to the underground catacombs of the city. Naples is build on a mass of tunnels that wind under the city and during the day there are various tours to see these narrow winding passages, last used as shelters in the Second World War as shelters. Napoli Sotterannea, is well worth ...