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Level 26
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Solo
2/3/2014
Overall rating: 9
Only those who have been to Naples can understand it's attraction .... to know every alley in Naples, to smell a different scent with every breath, to listen to Naples and understand the wonderful story that it narrates ... To live Naples, even for one day, makes you feel lucky to have been.
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Level 12
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Couple
2/1/2014
Overall rating: 7
Everyone can see what they want to see, as long as they book museums in advance. It's is nice to walk around and you can see a lot of things. There are many accessible hotels, with lifts and accessible bathrooms. Obviously there are some areas outside of the city that are not accessible, but the most interesting areas are easy to see.
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Level 29
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Family
9/26/2013
Overall rating: 8
In Naples you get the most delicious pizza in the world: there are so many pizzerias on the waterfront, as well as in the alleys of the old town. I recommend getting a good pizza in Port'Alba. Actually, that's where Pizzeria Port'Alba is. They seat you on the 1st floor and you can start off with a mix of fried Italian food to get your appetite going.
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Level 9
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Family
8/25/2013
Overall rating: 8
In Naples the food is good, from pasta dishes to seafood, to traditional pizza. The desserts are excellent, with a huge choice. On every street corner there is a friggitoria (a place that sells fried food), a pizzeria, a place to eat. Exceptional! Unique flavours! Wherever you go, it's always good! The welcome is always warm and the price to quality ratio is excellent.
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Level 20
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Solo
8/23/2013
Overall rating: 8
Do visit the many beautiful churches and monuments which are scattered in the streets. Don't forget to eat the traditional "sfogliatella", a typical Neapolitan pastry. Don't forget to see the beautiful views from the terraces that overlook the sea.
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Level 10
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Family
8/23/2013
Overall rating: 10
I recommend Via Caracciolo, the Naples promenade is a fairy tale. Then I recommend Via Petrarca in Posillipo, also Via Orazio. Go to see the so-called window of clear sea and Ovo and Maschio Angevin castles. What can I say, Naples is beautiful. You have to see it all, you don't know what you're missing.
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Level 9
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Solo
8/23/2013
Overall rating: 9
The weather in Naples is beautiful all year round, so I recommend light clothes. Apart from this, the city is full of pizza, Naples is the mother of pizza. The most beautiful places, in my opinion, are Posillipo and the waterfront. In addition, the areas around Naples are wonderful: Sorrento, Amalfi, Positano, etc.. The reception of the Neapolitans is exemplary. Not to mention the excitement of the city ...
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Level 9
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Family
8/23/2013
Overall rating: 9
I THINK THAT EVERBODY KNOWS THAT NAPLES, ALREADY A EUROPEAN CAPITAL AND CULTURALLY ADVANCED, HAS PRECIOUS, BEAUTIFUL SUROUNDINGS. CASERTA AND THE ROYAL PALACE, THE OLD CASERTA, POZZUOLI, THE VESUVIUS, POMPEII, HERNACULUM, THE SORRENTO COAST, THE AMALFI COAST, CAPRI, ISCHIA, PROCIDA, THE DOMIZIANO COAST, CAPUA SESSA, AURUNCA AND MONTECASSINO. YOU SHOULD DEFINITELY GO TO THE CASERRATANA COAST AND THE POMPEII RUINS.
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Level 22
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Couple
8/23/2013
Overall rating: 9
May to June and September to October are the best times to visit Naples for the climate, but also for the celebrations and events that there are in this unique and beautiful city. Even in December, between Christmas and New Year, there's a wonderful festive atmosphere that the Neapolitans love to share.
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Level 9
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Family
8/23/2013
Overall rating: 9
The Segway tour of the city is very useful: it allows you to see the most beautiful parts of Naples without getting tired and it's fun to drive this environmentally friendly electric vehicle. The guide uses a wireless communication system to provide you with the commentary while you make your way on pavements and pedestrian areas. It's really great :)
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Level 11
4/29/2013
Overall rating: 8
It's wonderful during the Christmas holidays. In the hot months (ranging from April to November) the weather is beautiful. The Monuments, churches, roads are unique in the world. The surroundings are absolutely not to be missed (Campi Flegrei, Pompeii, Herculaneum = all HISTORY AND CULTURE, the Gulf Islands, Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast =JUST NATURE AND RELAXATION)
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Level 11
2/28/2013
Overall rating: 10
Fantastic, according to me, it's unique, rich in history, art and culture that come together within a breathtaking backdrop. The longer you spend there, the less you want to leave it. Smells, tastes, traditions and hospitality make Naples a charming city.
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Level 100
Overall rating: 6
There are so many lovely attractions (natural and cultural) in the charming city of Naples that there is sure to be something for everyone.
If you love culture, here is a list of some (there is really a great number of them) of the wonderful museums of the city: the National Archaelogical Museum of Naples, the Museum of Capodimonte, the Museum Principe Aragona Pignatelli Cortes, the Museum Civico di Castel Nuovo (Maschio Angioino), the Museum Artistico industriale, the Museum Ferroviario Nazionale and the National Museum of San Martino.
The fantastic Palazzo ... More Reale, commissioned in 1600 by Spanish viceroys and finally completed in 1843, it has been the home of many great nobles, including the wealthy Charles III of Bourbon. On the first floor there are 30 rooms that can be viewed in all their grandeur. Since 1925, the palace has also been home to the National Library, which includes the vast Farnese collection brought to Naples by Charles of Bourbon, containing more than 2000 papyruses discovered at Herculaneum. Another impressive palace, surely a tourist must, is the elegant Monte di Pietà built at the beginning of the 16th century.
Unforgettable will be a visit to the Underground Naples, a fascinating series of underground tunnels, passageways and stairs, leading into a series of halls and rooms.

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Level 100
Overall rating: 6
Naples, capital of the province and the region Campania, is the third most populated city in Italy (after Rome and Milan) with over a million inhabitants and is the most important industrial centre and trading port for the South part of the country.
The city is located the Bay of Naples (an arm of the Tyrrhenian Sea), between the impressive volcano Vesuvius and the Phlegrean Fields and it enjoys a wonderful Mediterranean climate. The bay of Naples extends from Cape Misena in the north to the Sorrento peninsula in the south and is completely covered with towns ... More and villas. Near its entrance are the beautiful and very popular islands of Capri, Ischia, and Procida.
Naples is a city with a long and sometimes chaotic history: according to the myth, it was founded by the mermaid Parthenope, who washed up on a rock here, heartbroken after failing to charm Odysseus.
The first inhabitants of the area were the Aegean Greek sailors who arrived around 470 BC. Since then, Naples has known Romans, Normans, Saracens, Angevins, Napoleonic French and Bourbon Spanish. All of them left their own mark on the city’s art, architecture, local dialect, cuisine and way of life.
Especially the Neapolitan cuisine is famous worldwide and amazingly rich with extraordinary dishes: mozzarella, spaghetti and pizza, are really the best you can taste anywhere. More particular are the "timballo di maccheroni" (macaroni cooked in a mould), "zuppa di soffritto" (fried soup) and the "pasta ammiscata", a popular soup made by mixing up the leftovers of different kinds of pasta. Its seafood specialities are also great: "impepata di cozze" (spicy mussels), mixed seafood salads and a really vast selection of spaghetti served with various seafood sauces. Classical desserts include the "pastiera" (a cake made with sweet pastry and ricotta cheese) and the unique babà.
Today, Naples is a crowded and lively city, famous for its songs full of passion, coloured festivals, and folklore. Really interesting parts of the city are the Old Spacca Quarter (the heart of Old Naples) and the seaside Santa Lucia sector.

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Level 11
11/23/2012
Overall rating: 8
Never rely on travel agencies, you can organise your trip much better by yourself. Visit the old town and especially the local markets ... it's really a lot of fun ... the specialities are pizza and Gragnano wine, cask wine which you can get buy from the cellar.
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Level 9
Overall rating: 10
Magnificent Baroque Churches, great food, wonderful old quarter. World class museums and galleries. What more do you want? I especially like Via Tribunali in the old quarter.
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Level 12
5/11/2012
Overall rating: 10
It's a magical city, it's impossible not to love it. To stay safe in Naples avoid wearing jewellery. Don't go there if you don't love chaos. The Neapolitans are very helpful and fun. In addition to all the art, don't miss the legendary pizza with pickle.
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Level 11
4/30/2012
Overall rating: 8
Naples is not to be seen but to be lived. I recommend going to Napoli Sotterranea (underground Naples) and seeing the alleys that hide many beauties. Don't miss the San Severo Chapel with the Veiled Christ and more. Go there and you won't regret it. Don't pay any attention to stereotypes.
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