Villa Trocchio

Address: 146 via della Advisore, Naples, Campania, 573990, Italy | Villa
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Location

This villa, located in the Municipalita 2 area of Naples, is near Museo Cappella Sansevero, San Gregorio Armeno, Napoli Sotterranea, and Il Tesoro di San Gennaro.
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Travel Blogs from Naples

Capri, Sorrento, Pompeii

A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Sep 11, 2014

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... Naples province has a population of about 3m. Our impression of Naples is that it has an old and unfresh appearance like Cattania. Mt Vesuvius although only 1280 metres high is obvious and looks close with the urban area extending to its base. It's peak was covered in cloud all day. Vesuvius is of course famous for creating the Pompeii archaeological site. The volcano is rated as dangerous, active but currently in a quiet phase. It last erupted in 1944. The crater can ...

Last stop(in Italy): Naples

A travel blog entry by sam.tank on Jun 11, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... in the hostel for a week as a "holiday". She feels like Naples is "her" city, and so knows it well and is able to reccomend where to go and what to see as a local but from a tourist point of view.

Today was my last full day, not just in Naples, but in Italy as a whole, so I decided to make the most of the food while I could (planning to return to the uk at least 10kg heavier!). I had a long walk uphill and got some good views over the city. I stopped by a pastry ...

The Fires of Pompeii

A travel blog entry by mugharrington on Oct 26, 2013

31 photos

... which looked very similar to the Alhambra in Granada, Spain. The crypt preserves "the head and other bones" of Saint Andrew, Jesus’ first disciple. The statue at the square between the sea and the main gate is Flavio Gioia, a native of Amalfi and the man who introduced the mariner’s compass. The compass was invented by the Chinese but Gioia brought it to the western world. The next stop was for lunch in the little village of ...

We ruined the day.

A travel blog entry by sarah_simon on Jul 11, 2013

133 photos

... this place. I tried to just picture it in action from back in the day.. it's incredible. It hosted many games, until a deadly brawl in 59AD caused a cessation of events for 10 years. Gladiator games then commenced, but obviously, were also ceased by the volcano in 79AD..
For the oldest surviving Roman amphitheatre, it looked pretty spectacular! But it only made me more excited for Rome and the Colosseum!!!

After walking down, through and up out of ...

Naples

A travel blog entry by noyelles on May 12, 2013

8 photos

... of the development of the orders in the Catholic Church & the saints & martyrs & their origins. The various items were well labelled in Italian & English & it was great to be able to inspect them at such close quarters.
After a coffee waiting out a shower we found the Archaeological Museum which is on a truly grad scale comparable with the V & A in London. It houses several former private collections of Roman statues ...