Naples is served by Naples Airport, also known as Capodichino Airport [url=http://www.gesac.it/en/].]Works are underway, but for the moment the airport it is not served by any rail system.
From the airport you can take a bus for €3 (called Alibus: [url=http://www.gesac.it/en/alibus.html[/url])]which has two stops only: Stazione Centrale (Central station) and Piazza Municipio, near the main ferry port (molo Beverello). You can buy your ticket on the bus. Further connections are listed on this page of the official website of the airport: [url=http://www.portal.gesac.it/portal/page/portal/internet/inAEROPORTO/Autobus[/url].] Some notes: The Alibus ticket is €4 if you buy it from the driver on the bus. Save €1 by purchasing it in the airport or at the Stazione Centrale from one of the shops. Note also that the Stazione Centrale stop is not right outside the train station - it's about 200m or so down Piazza Giuseppe Garibaldi [url=https://maps.google.com.ua/maps?ll=40.8524833,14.2693582&z=19&cid=15148494841770195070&q=Naples,+Italy&output=classic&dg=opt[/url].] It's difficult/impossible to see the stop from the station because of construction barriers. Exit the train station by the McDonalds, cross the street (Corso Novara) and head down the unnamed pedestrian street that parallels Piazza Giuseppe Garibaldi (avoid the folks selling questionably obtained iPads). The bus stop will be on your left. Schedule [http://www.anm.it/default.php?ids=15[/url]
If you have time to spare, you can take the 3S bus that will take you to the same stops as the Alibus for a cheaper price. The difference is that the Alibus has limited stops but the 3S will take you to the backstreets leading to the Stazione continuing all the way to the port and a shopping district. Also, the Alibus is airconditioned whereas most 3S buses are not.
Beware of illegal, unauthorized taxis and of anyone who may approach you directly. Authorized taxis are clearly visible at the exit; fixed fares exist for a number of destinations, and must be clearly shown in the cab. Make sure they are before getting on the cab and threaten to call the police ("polizia") should the taxi driver try to push back.
The main station is Napoli Centrale - Piazza Garibaldi Station, connected to the Naples subway system. The buses R2 or 601 from the Piazza Garibaldi in front of the train station will take you within three blocks of the ferries at Stazione Marittima. Other stations include Mergellina, a magnificent Art Déco building and Campi Flegrei. The costs of trains from / to Rome vary a lot, ranging from a 10.50€ 3-hour regional train to 1-hour 10-minute high speed FrecciaRossa starting at 29€ [url=http://www.trenitalia.it].]The new high speed train Italo [http://www.italotreno.it[/url] (provided by the private company NTV) offers competitive prices (booking in advance the price can be just 19€).
[wiki=33705032f9f8fc5b55aedee04ed80de2]Cruise ships[/wiki] dock at Stazione Marittima, a large terminal located right in the city center, near Piazza Municipio.
*MedMar Group [url=http://www.medmargroup.it]]operates several large ferry/passenger ships that connect Naples with [[Sardinia[/url]] ([wiki=39059168c569e41bd959c426fc473a9d]Olbia[/wiki]), [wiki=ada9a060b058259f01de14e24997f87d]Corsica[/wiki] ([wiki=738d64c4bca429552eff1aa24542364f]Porto-Vecchio[/wiki]), [wiki=d6dacba23ab4a1d5b72f223bfb010a05]Tunisia[/wiki] ([wiki=044c0f755d7e410a0da4c7d2b1a52263]Tunis[/wiki]), and the [wiki=46dc7f1c380345013adbe575d535e583]Aeolian Islands[/wiki]. These trips usually leave in the late afternoon or evening and arrive at their destination the next morning.
*Tirrenia Navigazione [url=http://www.tirrenia.it/index_en.asp]]operates an overnight ferry service that has two separate routes, one to Sardinia ([[Cagliari[/url]]) and the other to [wiki=afc898fcdf7c8345694944b048c73746]Sicily[/wiki] ([wiki=8191692ba6c002b14b07549113e62125]Palermo[/wiki]).
Naples is directly connected with [wiki=1f49f770adc6c84629f50ce3ca2a2109]Rome[/wiki] by the A1 highway, and the trip takes generally less than 2 hours. Due to traffic jam and parking shortage in city center, it's advisable to leave your car in a parking lot near the motorway exit or your accommodation, and to use public transportation
Many national and international private bus services operate in Naples, generally stopping at Piazza Garibaldi or Piazza Municipio.
It is fairly difficult to get a clear picture of the public transportation system in Naples, since different lines are operated by different companies. Nonetheless, one can buy a daily pass for € 3,60 valid on all vehicles. With a € 1,30 ticket, instead, you can travel for 90 minutes on as many lines as you want (Bus, subway, funicolare). This pass is under the Unico Campania [url=http://www.unicocampania.it/index.php?lang=en]]banner which has great integrated maps of the various lines in the city on their website.
*Metropolitana di Napoli [url=http://www.metro.na.it[/url].]There are three lines of underground subway in Naples. Many subway stations are regarded as fine examples of contemporary architecture and artistic urban decoration, being part of the Stazioni dell'Arte project. They are generally safer than the other public transport, because they are always monitored by cameras and security officers. But the subway does not run frequently, so do not rely on it if you are in a hurry. The most important ones:
:*Linea 1, built recently, connects the city center to the hill quarters, like Vomero and the hospitals area.
:*Linea 2, much older, connects the three main train stations to Pozzuoli. The tracks are shared with the ordinary railway
:*Linea 6, a new light subway connecting Fuorigrotta to Mergellina.
*Funicolare[url=http://www.metro.na.it[/url].]The subway company also operates four cable cars: three of them connect the city center to Vomero, the last connects Mergellina to Posillipo.
*Trams [url=http://www.anm.it[/url].]ANM operates two tram lines (1 and 4), of which one goes along the shore of Santa Lucia - Castelnuovo - Garibaldi (Central Station).
*Buses [url=http://www.anm.it[/url].]ANM also operated all bus lines within Naples, most of which are circular. Naples suffers from a serious problem of traffic jam and usually buses are overcrowded, so if you can (unless in the evening or on the weekend) try to avoid them. Another point to note is that unlike in Rome, tickets are not sold on buses. The bus company assigns staff to check if a passenger has a ticket. The staff members are notorious for targeting at tourists who are unfamiliar with the ticket-selling system. Once they see the tourists get into a bus, they will ask to see a ticket. No matter how much you explain, they will insist on getting your passport first and then requiring you to pay a penalty of 41.2 Euro. If you do not pay, they will threaten to call the police. Again, if you can, try to avoid taking a bus.
There are three different regional train services that operate in Naples and the surrounding areas. They are listed here:
*Circumvesuviana. The Circumvesuviana railway operates from "Napoli Porta Nolana - Corco Garibaldi" and stops at the lower level of the central train station at Piazza Garibaldi and has six routes that service the local Naples area. One route goes from Naples to Sorrento with several stops in between, including Ercolano (Herculaneum) and Pompei Scavi (Pompeii) for the ruins. Another route travels around Vesuvius. Other routes go to Acerra and Nola-Baiano. The Circumvesuviana website [url=http://www.vesuviana.it/[/url]]has more information on timings, routes and cost of tickets.
*Cumana. This railline that operates from Montesanto in Naples and follows the coastline for approximately 20 km before ending in Torregaveta (Bacoli). The Cumana runs the urban centres of Montesanto, Fuorigrotta, Bagnoli, Pozzuoli, Arco Felice, Baia, Fusaro before reaching Torregaveta.
*Circumflegrea. This railline also starts in Montesanto and ends in Torregaveta. However, it runs along the western edge of Naples through the districts Soccavo, Pianurat, Quarto Flegreo, Licola and Cuma. It also approximately seven kilometers longer than the Cumana. because the Cumana and Circumflegra start and end in the same places one can quickly transfer from one train to the other. Both services are owned and operated by the same company and more information can be found at the S.E.P.S.A website [http://www.sepsa.it/html/ing/home.htm[/url].
*Regional Trains. In Addition to the aforementioned trains, Trenitalia operates regional trains from Naples to [wiki=832c04bdafe66a06a04ad4122d94050f]Salerno[/wiki].
There are several ferry/hydrofoil services that connect Naples and local ports/islands. Ferry and hydrofoil services leave from either Molo Beverello, Mergellina or Pozzuoli. Some then of them are listed here:
*Metro del Mare [url=http://www.metrodelmare.com/inglese/rotte.html]]has several lines that connect Naples and Sapri; Bacoli and Salerno and Sorrento; Monti di Procida and Salerno; and, Amalfi and Sapri. Besides the main stops the ferry service also connects many smaller communities. The Metro di Mare webpage has schedules, timetables and location of ticket counters.
*L.N.G. [url=http://www.navlib.it/index.asp[/url]]has a hydrofoil service that connects Naples with the island of Capri, along with Sorrento, Positano and Amalfi. Schedules and timings can be found on its website.
*AliLauro [url=http://www.alilauro.it[/url]]has a hydrofoil service that connects Naples with the islands of Ponza, Ventotene, Prochida, Ischia, Capri and Eolie, and the towns of Formia, Castellamare, Sorrento, Positano, Amalfi and Salerno. Alilauro operates from both the Molo Beverello and Mergelina.
*L.N.P. [http://www.consorziolmp.it[/url] operates both hydrofoil and boats lines. It connects Naples with Sorrento and has other lines connecting Capri, Sorrento, Castellamare, Salerno, AMalfi and Positano. Schedule and timings can be downloaded from the L.N.P. website.
Just a note: the ferries to Capri can be over rough seas. Get on a ferry with an outside deck, take gravol or something similar before you sail. Nothing like being on a boat for 70 min surrounded by people who are vomiting to get your day off to a bad start.
* Pizzeria Brandi. Salita Sant’Anna di Palazzo, 1-2 (just off via Chiaia on the end closer to Piazza del Plebiscito). Tel. 081 416928.[/url]url=://brandi.it
* Pizzeria di Matteo. Via dei Tribunali, 94. Tel. 081 455262.[/url]url=://pizzeriadimatteo.com
* Pizzeria Gastronomia Nennella (not to be confused with the trattoria of the same name) is your window to fantastic pizza in the buffer zone between Quartieri Spagnoli and Chiaia. Almost only locals eat here - or have their pizza delivered on a scooter - despite being just up the hill from via Chiaia. There is a table and two stool-chairs outside the window you receive your pizza from if you prefer to “eat in,” but in the early evening the local scooter culture can make dining on this corner somewhat unpleasant. Marinara for €2.50, margherita for €3. The ortolana bianca is fantastic here, and there are a few other excellent vegetarian options. Via Santa Caterina da Siena (Gradoni Chiaia) at Vico Mortelle.
* Pizzeria Gino Sorbillo. Via dei Tribunali, 32. Also see the blog run by the owner, Accademia della Pizza[http://www.accademiadellapizza.it][Image:Pizza_margherita.jpeg|thumb|250px|The real Pizza Margherita!]]
Pizza comes from Naples. Look for pizza margherita, the original one, with nothing more than fresh tomatoes, basil, fresh mozzarella and a little olive oil. Eating a pizza in Florence or in Rome is not the same as eating it in Naples! Here the dough is thicker (than in Rome, for example) and is a little chewy.
In Naples every pizzeria makes a decent pizza. Some places display the label “Vera Pizza Napoletana” [“True Neapolitan Pizza”] with a Pulcinella mask baking a pizza in a stylized Vesuvio, which indicates that the pizzerria follows the standards of the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana [True Neapolitan Pizza Association] [http://www.pizzanapoletana.org].
If you want to try “the” authentic Neapolitan pizza, go to Pizzeria Brandi, where the pizza margherita was born (a stone is exposed outside the restaurant explaining the history of the first pizza). The pizza dough and tomato sauce are perhaps a little more delicate here than in other places, and it certainly offers a nice escape from the madness of the Quartieri Spagnoli or Centro Storico, but there is better pizza and far more reasonable prices to be found elsewhere in the city. And really, the “gritty” and irregular character of the dough in this town are what make Pizza Napoletana what it is!
Today the best choices would be Trianon or especially Da Michele. Both these pizzerias make authentic pizza Napoletana, but are located near Forcella, which some might not be comfortable walking around at night. In particular, Da Michele has a unique feature: they only do pizza Margherita or Marinara (just tomato, garlic and oregano, and a splash of oil, of course!). They say that these two kinds are the original pizza: if you add too much toppings you’ll lose the real taste of the pizza, which should be very simple, made only of a good, thin base, good tomatoes and fresh mozzarella. Note that there is usually a queue at these restaurants
Some other places that are very popular among the Neapolitans are almost all the pizzerias in Via dei Tribunali, in particular Di Matteo, Il Presidente [Dec 2013: closed?], Sorbillo, and his sister, a few doors away (informally known as “la vecchia” [the old lady], from the owner of the pizzeria, a very small place with only 4 or 5 tables, that looks like a pizzeria of 50 years ago - very hard to find, but it’s worth it!)
In general it is easy to find a good pizzeria, just look for one without tourists!
* Da Michele. Via Cesare Sersale, 1-3 (Centro Storico). Get a numbered ticket from the waiter at the door when you arrive. Tel. 081 553 9204.[/url], dedicated entirely to La Pizza Napoletana. Tel. 081 446643. http://sorbillo.it
* Pizzeria Trianon da Ciro. Via P. Colletta 44/46 (Centro Storico, just in front of Da Michele). Tel. 081 553 9426. http://www.pizzeriatrianon.it
Neapolitan cuisine in general features much seafood, befitting its status as an ancient and still functioning port. You will find many sauces based on garlic sauteed in extra-virgin olive oil, tomatoes, and local red wines. Some of the more popular sauces are arrabbiata (“angry”) or fra diavolo (“Brother Devil”), which means they will contain hot pepper. It’s great cuisine. Enjoy!
* Hosteria Toledo offers antica cucina Napoletana in a friendly family-like environment. Excellent food and very tasty limoncello made by the chef. Vico Giardinetto, 78a (Quartieri Spagnoli, parallel to Via Toledo). Closed Tuesdays. Tel. 081 421257. http://hosteriatoledo.it
* Nennella is a trattoria that is fairly calm for the lunch service but in the evenings becomes a full-blown theatre piece, giving what tourists think is the “authentic Italic dining experience.” Do not let yourself get seated inside unless you are completely desensitized to screaming, plate smashing and other forms of sonic violence. But can be great fun if you are in a group, perhaps not the ideal place for a first date. Tips go in a hanging metal bucket and provoke a hearty “GRAZIE!!!!!!” from the entire staff in chorus. Decent food at fantastic prices (which are indicated nowhere), e.g. half a litre of wine and two spaghetti al pomodoro for 11 EUR. Vico Lungo Teatro Nuovo, 105 (Quartieri Spagnoli, 3rd parallel street to via Toledo). Tel. 081 414338.
* Valù (same owner as Hosteria Toledo, almost next door) offers a great menu of different risotto dishes, with lots of vegetarian options, including pistacchio. Vico lungo del Gelso, 80 (Quartieri Spagnoli, parallel to Via Toledo). Closed Sundays. Tel. 081 038 1139. http://valu.it
Mozzarella is also typical of the region, you should not miss the opportunity to taste the fresh real one!
The city and region are also famous for their pasticceria (pastries), including:
* babà - found in virtually every caffe, bar and pasticceria in town
* jaka pastiera - typical sweet of Easter (but found all year long), made of ricotta cheese melted with steamed corn and sugar, and then baked
* sfogliatella - often filled with ricotta cheese (riccia) or cream with citrus flavor
* roccocò and struffoli - typical Christmas sweets
Pretty much anywhere that serves coffee will have some pastries, nutella-filled croissants or other sweets available. Among the best places to try these pastries are:
* Pasticceria Scaturchio [http://www.scaturchio.it] offers old typical pastry of Naples. Piazza San Domenico Maggiore, 19 (just east of Piazza del Gesù). Tel. 081 551 7031.
* Gran Bar Riviera has very good sweets, from zeppole to sfogliatelle passing through babà. Riviera di Chiaia, 181. Tel. 081 665 026.
Recently renovated B&B located in a Pedestrian only area of central Naples. Common area with Cable TV, Equipped Kitchen for guest use. Free WiFi. Close to the Metro and walking distance to most major sights in Naples.
* New rooms, comfortable, convenient to downtown Naples. Prices from 35 € single use. WI FI and DVDs.
* Bed and Breakfast La Bouganville, Via Alessandro Manzoni 155, tel: +39 0817692205 Mob: 0039 3382227842 [url=http://www.labouganville.com]]firstname.lastname@example.org The Bed & Breakfast La Bouganville (b&b) is located in the well - known Via Manzoni that connects two residential districts, Vomero and Posillipo.
* Bed and Breakfast Donna Adelina , Piazza Nolana 13, tel: +39 0817692205 Mob: 0039 3381625405 email@example.com [url=http://www.donnadelina.com[/url]]The Bed and Breakfast is situated in an old building near to the old city doors. Cool and comfortable, is good for everyone (travelers on budget, workers or couples!). All rooms have a private bathroom.
* 6 Small Rooms Hostel & Guesthouse, Via Diodato Lioy 18, tel: +39 0817901378 firstname.lastname@example.org [url=http://www.6smallrooms.com[/url].]A great hostel with private rooms right in the middle of the historical center of Naples. Clean, cozy and friendly. Cooking facilities, English speaking staff, DVDs, fridges, book exchange, tourist info and maps. It can be difficult to find, so give them a call.
* Dei Decumani bed & breakfast Via Duomo n.187 - 80138 Napoli, phone/fax +39 081440648 [url=http://www.deidecumani.it/[/url].]One of the best bed and breakfast in Naples located right in the historical center of ancient Naples.
* Giovanni's Home, Via della Sapienza 43, tel: +39 08119565641 email@example.com [url=http://www.giovannishome.com[/url].]A great little hostel with 1 female dorm and 1 mixed dorm right in the middle of the historical center of Naples. Clean, cozy and friendly. Cooking facilities, English speaking staff, fridges, book exchange, very useful travel tips and maps.
* Hostel of the Sun, Via Melisurgo 15, tel: +39 081 420 63 93 [url=http://www.hostelnapoli.com[/url].]Newly refurbished hostel in the centre of town. Clean, friendly and conveniently located for the ferries. Open 24 hours with all facilities expected from a great modern hostel. Good kitchen, breakfast included, knowledgeable and multi-lingual staff, DVDs, satellite tv, small library, free Internet, etc. 7 Bed Dorm €18, double €55, ensuite double €70, triple €80, ensuite €90, quadruple €90.
* Hotel San Giorgio Napoli [url=http://www.hotelsangiorgionapoli.it[/url]]- Via Alessandro Poerio, 9 (Central Station) [mailto:albergosangiorgio@inwind[/url] - renovated 3 star hotel near the central railway station. 61 air-con rooms with colour SAT TV, fridge-bar, direct dial telephone, hairdryer.
* Hotel Speranza, Via Palermo 31, tel: +39 081269286-99n, [url=http://www.hotelsperanza.it].]Has seen better days and not in the best neighbourhood, but it's clean, cheap, and close to the train station. €45 for a double room with bath.
* La Terrazza Holidays House, SORRENTO, tel: +39 3383033219, [url=http://www.SorrentoHoliday.info[/url].]Near Naples, in Sorrento is Holidays House La Terrazza. Gracious house on the Sorrento Hills that offers tranquillity and a wonderful sea view. Located at just 2 Km from the centre of Sorrento. Four-roomed apartment of 125 sq mt for up to 13 sleeps. Panoramic exclusive sun terrace of 70 sq mt with sun beds and sun umbrellas. Air conditioned, wi-fi, kitchen equipped, free car park.
* This island beach hostel has just finished its first season as the brand new hostel on the main island of Naples, Ischia, “the world’s most beautiful thermal island”. Ischia is the most amazing and romantic island during the summer, but even during the winter when everywhere else is bogged in with snow and freezing water. In fact, to some people this island-wonderland just gets better during the “off-season” months.
* Potenza Hotel, Piazza Garibaldi 120, tel: +39 081286330 [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org[/url] [http://www.hotelpotenza.com]. At just 5 minutes walking distance from the central station of Napoli.
* Budget Hotel
B&B Internation Garibaldi Piazza di Garibaldi, 73 [url=://www.hotelrealortobotanico.it/
* Hotel Ideal, Piazza Garibaldi 99, +39 081 269237, Fax: +39 081 285942, [url=http://www.albergoideal.it[/url]url=http://www.internationalgaribaldi.com/]]This tiny family run B&B is literally a stone's throw from the central train station Napoli Centrale. It is quiet, confortable and good value for money.
* Le Chemineè Business hotel Napoli, Via Stadera 91, 80143 Napoli tel ; +39 081 5846651, [url=http://www.lecheminee.com/[/url].]Le Cheminée Business Hotel was restored and transformed in the building that originally housed the old "Stingo" ceramic factory and was active in Naples from as early as the end of the Nineteenth Century, into an elegant, very modern 4 star hotel with a notable leaning towards being a Business Hotel.
* Hotel Bellini Via Santa Maria di Costantinopoli, 101, 80138 Napoli, Italy. Tel +39 081 451732. [url=http://http://www.hotelpiazzabellini.com/[/url]]Hotel Piazza Bellini is very conveniently located off the line 1 (yellow line) Dante metro station (line 1 now connects to Piazza Garibaldi / the central train station Napoli Centrale) and a short walk to Pizzeria Gino Sorbillo. Recent modern look, great breakfast, great front desk staff.
* Hotel Eden Naples Italy Corso Novara, 9 - Naples - Italy Tel +39 815546666-285690 - Fax +39 81281983 EMail: email@example.com [url=http://www.hoteledennapoli.it/[/url]]Hotel Eden is a new hotel, opened at the beginning of November 2005 after a massive, general reconstruction ideated by the architect Raffaele Zucchi , design engineer of the twin building Hotel Clarean
* Hotel Clarean Naples Italy Piazza Garibaldi , 49 - Italy (NA) Tel. 0039/81/ 5535683 / 5634828 - Fax 0039/81/ 5634463 EMail: firstname.lastname@example.org [url=http://www.hotelclarean.it/[/url]]a modern and trendy hotel, opened from september 2004 respecting the enviroment and every confort for the customers' satisfaction.
* Hotel Europeo Via Mezzocannone 109, centro antico - Italy (NA) Tel. 081 551 72 54 [url=http://www.sea-hotels.com/hotel_europeo.php[/url]]Reasonably priced hotel, make sure to book early as it literally can get booked out over night. Right in the heart of the historical center of Napoli. Most of the 27 rooms have telephone, free wireless internet, some satellite TV and are modern and clean, which is not given for all hotels in Naples. Very friendly, helpful and english speaking people there, too. Overall very nice place to be, which you wouldn't expect from the outside. Finding the entrance to this backyard hotel can be a little tricky. Coming from the Spaccanapoli follow Via Mezzocannone down for about 40 meters, entrance is right of a café - both inside a little patio.
* Art Resort Galleria Umberto Napoli Galleria Umberto I , 83 - 80132 Napoli Tel.081.4976224 [url=http://www.artresortgalleriaumberto.it/[/url].]The art Resort galleria Umberto is a preciousness set into an Historical monument in the heart of Naples. A recent opening luxury 4 stars Hotel in the famous galleria Umberto I. Thought and furnished with a patrician house stile of the XIX century, The Art Resort is both a rarity to be discovered and a typical Neapolitan Baroque environment.
* B&B La Corte, Via Cesare Battisti 30 Sant'Antimo (Naples) tel.+39 081 505198[url=http://www.bblacorte.com[/url].]In old building is in the heart of the little town of Sant'Antimo, 10 km. from Naples. Run by an artist whose atelier is on the round floor. The rooms are autonomies, with private bathrooms, and air-conditioned. Doubles from €60.
* Caravaggio Hotel Napoli Piazza Cardinale Sisto Riario Sforza n 157 Napoli Tel +39 081 2110066 [url=http://www.caravaggiohotel.it/[/url].]Caravaggio Hotel is the only 4 Stars Hotel in the historical centre of Naples, located in the core of Naples; In the old neighbourhood, at few meters from the Duomo/Cathedral, the reliquary and the Treasure of San Gennaro, and San Gregorio Armeno. Metro lines are at 200 Mt. as well as the Archaeological Museum and the Museum MADRE.
* Charming International Hotel, V. le Generale U. Maddalena 35/37, 80142 Napoli. This was first a farmhouse in the XIX century, but has recently been remodeled into the hotel that it is today. The locale is great, with only a 5 min walking distance from the Naples Airport. The hotel is closely connected to pretty much every area of touristy and business interest. The hotel is also only 8 km from the rail station, as well as 9 km from the seaport. There’s a minibus that comes around that will take you to Piazza del Municipio, where here you can visit all kinds of historic churches, monuments, museums, and other places of interest in Naples.
* Hotel Cavour, Piazza Giuseppe Garibaldi 32 Central station area. The Hotel Cavour is a comfortable three star long-standing traditional hotel, renovated. Near the historical sites - Decumano Maggiore. It enjoys central position, garage at 20 mt., 93 rooms, 10 de luxe suites with air conditioned and minibar, all rooms with satellite tv, direct telephone dialling. Two restaurants serving delicious Neapolitan, regional and international dishes.
* Hotel Cimarosa, Via Cimarosa, 29, +39 081.5567044, Fax: +39 081 5782852, [url=http://www.hotelcimarosa.it/en/index.htm[/url].]The Hotel Cimarosa is an elegant hotel located on the hillside of the chic Vomero neighborhood, one of Naples' most fascinating districts, famous for the shopping streets, the Sant'Elmo Fortress, Villa Floridiana and many other important Naples' monuments.
* Hotel Del Real Orto Botanico , Via Foria 192 Historical Centre. The Hotel Del Real Orto Botanico, situated a mere two kilometers from Capodichino Airport. The property is centrally located in an old building in front of the Real Orto Botanico. The hotel is a few steps to the Historical Center.[/url].]Right near the central train station (about 100 meters). Hotel is clean and cheap, staff are friendly and helpful. Breakfast included.
* Hotel Micalò Napoli, Riviera di Chiaia, 88 - 80122 Napoli, Tel. +39 081 7617131 [url=http://www.micalo.it/[/url].]Micalò is on the shores of the magical Bay of Naples, at the very heart of the historic city. Almost hidden on the 2nd floor of a 17th century palazzo, Micalò has been crafted out of the natural white stone of Southern Italy to create an atmosphere of calm, serene luxury.
* Hotel Nesis Napoli, Via Nuova Agnano, 5 - 80125 Napoli Italy, Tel: +39 081 7620024, [url=http://www.hotelnesis.it/[/url].]Four stars Hotel Naples, superior category, exceptional quality-price ratio, comfortable and soundproof rooms, satellite TV, internet, minibar, air conditioning. Rooms of superior quality compared to the 3 stars Hotels in Naples.
* Hotel Nuovo Rebecchino, Corso Garibaldi, 356 - 80142 Napoli Tel. 081/553.53.27 [url=http://www.nuovorebecchino.it/[/url].]The Hotel Nuovo Rebecchino is a three star hotel and one of the oldest in the city of Naples. Recently restored, it is fitted with every form of comfort. The tradition of hospitality, professionalism and focus placed on the client are the grounds on which the Gentile family has lovingly run this hotel for more than a century.
* Hotel Prati, Via Cesare Rosaroll 4, Located in Piazza Principe Umberto, the town historical and commercial centre. The hotel is close to the airport and to the motoway turn-offs, is 200 m from the railway station and 1 km from the railway station and 1 km from Molo Beverello, 43 rooms, provided with bathroom, shower, telephone, central heating, bar and TV. Restaurant 70 seat dining-room. Staff speaks English, French, Spanish and German.
* Hotel Splendid, Via Manzoni, 96, Tel. +39 081.7141955 Fax +39 081.7146431, [url=http://www.hotelsplendid.it/en/index.htm[/url].]Hotel Splendid in Posillipo alto is in Naples' hill famous for its wonderful view. Single, double and triple rooms are available equipped with Internet connection, TV, telephone, minibar and air conditioning.
* Hotel Toledo Napoli, Via Montecalvario, 15 - 80134 Napoli. Tel/ Fax + 39 081 406800. [url=http://www.hoteltoledo.com/[/url].]Hotel Toledo is in the center of Naples, close by department stores, offices, banks, and characteristic local markets. It's a basic hotel that requires you to leave your key with reception each day before you leave. Rooms and breakfast are adequate but staff speak very little/no English.
* Phlegrean Fields Park [url=http://www.campiflegreipark.it/[/url]]it's the better choice for a relaxing vacation or a cultural trip discovering the beautiful monuments of Naples and all around lands of Phlegrean Fields. Double Room from €50/night breakfast included.
* Tribù B&B, Via dei Tribunali, 329. Tel. +39 081 454793; 338409913, [mailto:email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org[/url], [url=http://www.tribunapoli.com].] Located in a quiet patio bang in the middle of bustling spaccanapoli, Naples' old town, this tasteful bed & breakfast also doubles as an arts showroom. Breakfast is served on a nice terrace by the couple of young architects that own the place. Rooms €60-100.
* Hotel Garibaldi, Via P.S. Mancini, 11. Tel. +39 081 5630656, [mailto:email@example.com[/url], [http://www.hotelgaribaldinapoli.com]. Situated on the edge of the city centre and near the central station. Rooms are spacious and very clean. Staff is friendly. Prices begin from €60 for a double room with bathroom, sat-tv, save, aircon and breakfast (which is typical Italian).
* Located on a hill (Posipillo - Airport is 10 kilometers away which is around €30 by cab.
* B&B Portalba Relais in Naples it’s a true luxury bed & breakfast in the historic center of Naples.
* Five star luxury boutique hotel. Located on the waterfront in the historic center.