Dimora Caracciolo

Via Francesco Caracciolo 11, Naples, Campania, 80122, Italy | Inn
Prices starting from $129.00

Travel Blogs from Naples

Day 13 - The day we truly almost died.

A travel blog entry by custrdcar


... of our boat trip, I would still highly recommend renting a boat to see the coastline. It was a lot of fun to make our own decisions on where to stop for lunch, and when to swim, etc. Two very important lessons are to check the boat very carefully to ensure everything is in working order (i.e. the anchor), and to make sure you have a plan if the water gets too choppy. I think we should have turned around and left the boat at Capri and taken the Ferry back to Sorrento.


South Field Trip

A travel blog entry by jlafrenz


... museum as a class. It is one of the biggest archaeological museums in the world, holding artifacts from all over Italy. We only had a few hours to explore there before heading back to Rome.

Overall awesome trip. Our next and last big field trip will involve 5 days of traveling in Northern Italy. Soon to come: updates on my first round of reviews and more weekend trip adventures!



A travel blog entry by sarahgapyear

... had to turn sideways and duck down to fit through.

Walking around naples I got the vibe that it's a really fun town but I wouldn't ever want to go out at night. Loads of places selling good pizza, which I got for lunch.

After the sotteranean tour I started walking back to the hostel and the heavens just opened up. Absolutely torrential, I was soaked hy the time I got back. It was refreshing after the heat of rome though. All the Italians thought I was ...


A travel blog entry by kchambo


... which looked like something out of Jurassic park) and the road was windy and soo bouncy was very funny. We then had to walk up the top of the mountain for around 15mins! Saw amazing views! We then went up to the top and it was incredible, looked into this massive crater and saw the top of the volcano covered with a layer of rock! Indescribable. Very mu ch looking forward to tomorrow to se ...

Pompeii Ruins

A travel blog entry by lbuback


... area killing 1000's of people. In the 1700's they began restoring the old city until today the entire town is exposed. You really get a good idea of what it was like living here in 79 AD. Streets and buildings are laid out exactly as they were during the time of the eruption. The story is very interesting and there is so much to see. A must stop if anyone is coming to Italy in the future. We then went to Sorrento on the Mediterranean. Beautiful ...


This inn, located on Via Francesco Caracciolo 11, Naples, is near Teatro di San Carlo, Castel Nuovo - Maschio Angioino Castle, Piazza Bellini, and Arbiter.
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