My house is just inside the Neapolitan life: a medieval building with a courtyard where the various apartments overlook, with high ceilings and large windows. We are immersed in the history and life of the city: we are still walking the route of the ancient Greek Neapolis, the Decumani, and on more than 2000 years of history, but everything is still alive and fervent. We are well connected with public transport (the new metro is 300 meters) and walk comfortably around the center you visit. It's an area full of pizzerias, bars, restaurants and cafes. The apartment is simply furnished, but equipped with everything you need to rest, cook and live at home. But if you need something I live next door and I always enjoy interacting with my guests, providing advice and assistance.
I am Neapolitan and the home I live is large enough to allow me to dedicate some studios to visitors. It's the house where my children were born, surrounded by the real life of Naples, I would not live in another district of the same city. With all its contradictions Naples and its ancient heart still remains fascinating and unforgettable.
L'appartamento si trova nel cuore della Napoli storica quindi comodissimo per raggiungere le maggiori attrazioni turistiche, la signora Laura è un'ospite squisita: sapendo del mio compleanno mi ha fatto trovare due babà di benvenuto e augurio. Purtroppo il soggiorno non è stato pienamente confortevole causa il letto assolutamente scomodo e il continuo ronzio notturno della ventola del frigorifero .
Il monolocale è arredato in modo essenziale ma funzionale,ma soprattutto è in una zona centralissima di Napoli,a due passi dalle eccellenze culinarie della cucina partenopea e dalle bellezze storiche che questa città offre!Inoltre è situato in un palazzo del 600. La proprietaria, Laura, è una persona squisita. Al nostro arrivo ci ha fatto trovare la casa perfettamente in ordine con la biancheria pulita, succhi di frutta freschi e la pasta! Consigliatissimo!
it is a nice place to stay in Napoli because the location is perfect to explore the city and quite close to the Harbour and the train station (10 - 15 min)
The flat is nice and typical of the old town.
The only bad point is the bed which is quite small and the mattress not realy comfortable.
Laura, the renter, is a very nice and give you a lot of advises if you need to.
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We are in the pedestrian area of the city, so access is pedestrian. Our apartment is on the third floor with no elevator, so not suitable for people with walking difficulties.
From the airport the Alibus will take you to the Central Station comfortably. From the Central Station the new Metro (Line 1) will take you to Piazza Bovio (Università Station).
From Piazza Bovio walk along Corso Umberto (also called the Rettifilo) and at the traffic lights (about 50 meters) turn left into via Mezzocannone, after about 150 meters turn right (this is the first road on the right going via Mezzocannone) and then to the left you find yourself via Paladin: the number 9 is next to a grocery store.
You are spoiled for choice in the range of 500 meters: by day museums, churches, monuments, exhibitions, bars with espresso and sfogliatelle, typical restaurants with meat sauce (ragù) and mozzarella, the best pizzerias in the city; evening and night life takes place in the streets, in the squares and places with outdoor seating and if you happen while the game is played for Napoli (the football team of the city) you will surely participate in the cheering in front of a television on the street!