We went to the monastery - fabulous views and a few interesting things in museum. Then walked around and had lunch at osteria Donna Teresa. Nice morning. Funicular makes it easy.
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We stayed little over one day in Naples and found the view from the mountain near St Elmo as the best one. We used Funicolare di Montesanto to reach Morghen station. In around 10 minutes walk reached crossed entrance of St Elmo to see Vesuvius...More
Our cab driver from the airport recommended this and we were so glad he did! We ended up taking another (20 E) cab drive to the high point near the castle St Elmo, as the funicular someone else told us to take was closed for...More
this place offer very nice view to the see and also to the city. You can find there also exhibition. I recommend to go there via "furnicular" to experience this type of transport.
If in Naples it is definitely worth catching the funiculare (€1) up to the Vomero district to take in the stunning view, and relax in the pleasant neighbourhood. We got off with no real idea of where to go for the best vista, but followed...More
Very quiet and nice neighborhood. From the center can be reached by funicular. There are many nice views of Naples and Vesuvius.
Fun half-day outing, finding the funicular near Piazza Dante, then walking to the Castello S. Elmo. Vertiginous views and a 360 degree walk around the parapet. Vesuvius, the bay, the islands and retracing our steps in the Centro Storico from the day before. And all...More
The Vomero offers some of the best of newer Naples (which is still old) and has the best fashion, yes.. Pizza.. of course and pedestrian friendly streets to walk, Via Luca Giordano is very cool for a stroll day or night, For an extra good...More