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Green Park Hotel Naples Star Rating 3        
Via Gaetano Quagliariello 35-F

A 9-minute walk from a metro station, this relaxed hotel is also 3.9 km from Il Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli (Naples National Archaeological Museum) and 5 km from Teatro di San Carlo auditorium.The straightforward, traditionally furnished rooms and suites come with free Wi-Fi and TVs.
B&B Soggiorno Elia Star Rating 3        
Via Torino 53

Strategically located in the middle of the city, this 3-star bed & breakfast makes for an excellent base in Naples. It is surrounded by a variety of dining options and is within a 10-minute walk of Piazza Garibaldi Metro Station.The bed & breakfast has 8 rooms and has been recently refurbished.
Casa 12 B&B Star Rating 3        
Corso Vittorio Emanuele 168

Conveniently located, Casa 12 B&B offers easy access to Naples's best tourist attractions. It also provides free Wi-Fi, a 24-hour reception and a ticket service.Casa 12 B&B has 2 well-appointed rooms that are equipped with a range of essential facilities to ensure guests have a comfortable stay.
Pignatelli Hotel Star Rating 3        
Via San Giovanni Maggiore Pignatelli 16

Strategically located in the heart of the city, this 3-star guest house makes for an excellent base in Naples. It also provides limited hours room service and free Wi-Fi.Pignatelli Hotel has 9 rooms that are fitted with all the necessities to ensure an enjoyable stay.
Charming International Hotel Star Rating 4        
Viale Umberto Maddalena 35

This hotel can be considered the only Airport hotel in Naples although its position is not far from the main tourist sights and attraction of the city . DC 03/09 It has been built from a 19th century farmhouse, which has been fully renovated, so that its shape remains unchanged. Situated near the airport of Naples, beside the Capodichino international arrivals.
Casa Toledo Star Rating 1        
Via Toledo 256

Located within walking distance of Molo Beverello Ferry Terminal, this comfortable bed and breakfast is a convenient base for those wanting to discover Naples and its surrounds. It is conveniently situated in the city centre.Casa Toledo offers comfortable accommodation, as well as limited hours room service, free Wi-Fi and a playground.
Delle Terme di Agnano Star Rating 4        
Via Agnano Astroni 24

Less than 20 minutes' walk from Agnano Metro Station, Delle Terme di Agnano provides guests with a convenient base while in Naples. It also offers an outdoor pool, a rooftop terrace and an express check-in and check-out feature.This 4-star hotel provides meeting rooms, a 24-hour reception and luggage storage.
San Giacomo 32 Residenze Naples Star Rating 4        
Via San Giacomo 32

Conveniently positioned, San Giacomo 32 Residenze Naples allows for easy access to Naples's main hot spots. Apartments are air conditioned and a wireless internet connection is provided free of charge.This contemporary property features a range of facilities, such as a laundry service, a wake-up service and babysitting/child services.
La Controra Hostel Naples Star Rating 1        
Piazzetta Trinità Alla Cesarea 231

Centrally situated, La Controra Hostel Naples offers easy access to Naples's popular tourist attractions. It also features a rooftop terrace, free Wi-Fi and an express check-in and check-out feature.La Controra offers a 24/7 reception, plus a library and a shopping mall.
Spaccanapoli Comfort Suites Star Rating 3        
Via Francesco Girardi 37

Strategically located in the centre of the city, this 3-star bed & breakfast makes for an excellent base in Naples. It offers free Wi-Fi, massage services and room service.Spaccanapoli Comfort Suites provides comfortable accommodation, as well as an airport shuttle, off-site parking and a library.
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Naples is the capital of the Italian region of Campania in Italy, Europe. It is also, interestingly, one of the oldest inhabited cities of the world. It is well known as a popular port city and after Hong Kong, it has the second highest number of passengers by sea. As a result of this, it is home to various naval headquarters and shipping businesses and cruise ships. Those who love the sea, will love Naples. In World War 2, Naples was the most-bombed Italian city, probably because of its busy port and this forms an important part of its modern history and tourism. Naples offers a number of historical museums. One of the main museums in the city is the Naples National Archaeological Museum, home to many Roman Empire artifacts, as well as items from Pompeii and the Greek period. Those who enjoy learning about the past will feel right at home in Naples. In fact, Naples is a UNESCO World Heritage Site (since 1995).

There are many day trips on offer for tourists in Naples and perhaps the most popular is a trip 40 minutes away to Pompeii, to experience the ruins of the town which was buried by the ash of Mount Vesuvius during a volcanic eruption. Despite being two thousand years ago, visitors will be blown away when they see some of Pompeii's citizens stuck to the spot in molten lava where they died instantly at the time. Religious sculptures and architecture is rife in Naples, home to many Roman Catholic churches. In terms of sport, football is a favorite in Naples with European clubs S.S.C. Napoli who play at the San Paolo Stadium in the South West of the city and a must-see for all sports fans. Naples is best known for its pizza, which originally came from this city and is one of the most popular foods of Italy and now the world. Restaurants and cafes in Naples serve mainly Italian cuisine, and of course pizza. Over history, Naples has links with the Greeks, Spanish and French and as such its cuisine and culinary offerings have been influenced by these cultures, offering tourists a diverse mix of foods.

Naples is also well known for its wine the availability to sit at one of the many cafes and enjoy a coffee. Many people simply view Naples as a port stop on en route to destinations such as the Amalfi Coast. But it offers so much in terms of history and art, that it is becoming an increasingly popular tourist destination in its own right. Part of the charm of Naples is its old, antique and untouched feel. It is one of Italy's best kept secrets for visitors. People old and young can enjoy the attractions and food as they spend their days at the street markets or museums and evenings in pizza restaurants or bars. With its mild but seasonal weather and things to keep tourists busy from a weekend stop to longer stays, Naples is not to be forgotten.