Oliverhouse Guesthouse

Address: Via Egiziaca 41 Naples, Naples, Campania, 80100, Italy | Inn
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This inn, located in the Municipalita 4 area of Naples, is near Teatro di San Carlo, Royal Palace (Palazzo Reale), Piazza Bellini, and Nero's Theater.
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Travel Blogs from Naples

Day Twenty: Naples

A travel blog entry by carolinesheats on Sep 12, 2014

19 photos

... the past people were not allowed to build outside the city walls, so their only option was to build on top of ruins of other buildings. We entered a house and went to the basement (trap door under the bed) and found old arches that would have been backstage for actors. After the tour we were very hungry so we got pizza! It was so good! I event tried a new kind and it had corn on it! It was so good! After we took our time heading back to our hostel to relax and sleep ...

Trash & Treasure, Back in old Napoli, That's amore

A travel blog entry by cranleystravels on Aug 29, 2014

3 comments, 31 photos

... where there is shop after shop after shop all selling miniature nativity scenes, and other objects such as little shops etc etc. It was gorgeous, definitely a treasure. We even have one to bring home.
We then headed for the funicular to ride to Castel Sant'Elmo, again the signage was poor.
We followed one sign that was clearly inaccurate and a local realising we were going the wrong way, drove up to us to redirect us, very friendly as we had no clue we were ...

I Did it My Way.(oh please, not another Caravaggio

A travel blog entry by expatgal8 on May 27, 2014

10 photos

... Il Postino and The Talented Mr Ripley..Now I will have to watch them again after roaming the streets all day. Ah..and while roaming, I finally bought a few things.. a fab dress and a necklace!

I walked from the Port/Marina Grande to Marina Corricella, which is an ancient fisherman's village, only accessible by the 'procidan stairways'..free from traffic noise. Here is the picturesque scenario between multi-colored ...

Ercolano: The City of Hercules

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Oct 13, 2013

3 comments, 14 photos

... be their escape route. It was, in fact, their undoing as once their sailing crafts were wrecked by the failing ash and pumice, their fate was sealed by the pyroplas flow of lava rolling down the mountain at a tremendous rate of knots.

Our first impression as we looked down on the city is that it seems preserved in a far better state than Pompeii. It was apparently damaged far less by the weight of falling ash from Vesuvius. The buildings were ...

Pompeii: The Frozen City

A travel blog entry by lyz_lorene on Jul 09, 2013

6 photos

... I really enjoyed. Then we headed into Pompeii but it was raining. :( so I just had to cover my camera and try to get some pictures. It was really cool to think that people 2000 years ago walked these same exact streets. So cool! After Pompeii we went into this jewelry shop where they carves jewelry out of sea shells like cameos. I wanted to get something but all the white gold ...