Hotel Villa Ranieri

Corso Amedeo di Savoia 29, Naples, Campania, 80137, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Naples

Mount Vesuvius and Pompeii

A travel blog entry by malloryharvie on Jun 19, 2014

... volcanic eruption completely destroyed the city. At that time, they would have had no way of knowing what was happening but the city ended up buried and lost for thousands of years. It is actually considered to be legendary, like the lost city of Atlantis as it wasn’t until about 250 years ago that this ancient city was uncovered by a farmer doing some digging. Since then, only 30% of the entire city has been uncovered because the technology ...

Remember the back streets of Naples...!!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Dec 06, 2013

1 comment, 31 photos

... guys! Even the police ride around on scooters with small blue berets for protection! This is Naples in motion and it is a sight to see....I loved it...and I will be back!

As we neared the edge of this really old exciting area, the road swung round to the right and up a hill. I picked up a empty plastic bottle on the road and chucked it in a nearby bin and got a wink off an old Italian guy walking past! This place is not litter strewn as I had ...

Of Treasures and Trash!

A travel blog entry by runelight_vlc on Aug 10, 2013

28 photos

... Marrakech! We headed up Via Toledo towards the Museum, theoretically the Main Street of the town. It was built by the Spanish during their two hundred year old hold on the city and is full of Spanish style buildings, which reminded me a lot of Calle Atocha in Madrid. Almost every building is a palace, with huge windows and potent wooden doors, but all left to rot and decay. Many of the buildings are in ruin. To allow a city to become so run down also reeks ...

Now in Naples

A travel blog entry by mgruber5 on Mar 26, 2013

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... day we went to Pompeii. Let me start off by saying that from all of the exercising I have done in my life, I have never been in so much pain than I was in from horseback riding. It was a little difficult to walk up and down the rocky stones of Pompeii while being in so much pain, but we made it through. This place was literally huge; we wandered around for a while, but we ended up wishing that we have gotten the audio guide ...

A Visit to Naples

A travel blog entry by cncadventures on Oct 11, 2012

46 photos

... best and most valuable statues moved here and put on display in 1801. Political wrangling by the governor of Naples managed to avoid these being taken by Napoleanic forces. This was also the time when most of the antiquities from Pompei and Herculaneum were moved here as well. The next king in line, added the secret room which increased the popularity of the royal museum. During WWII the collection was moved several times for protection from bombs, ending up at the Vatican. They ...