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Piazza Vanvitelli, 80128, Naples, Italy
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This large residential neighborhood is located high in the hills with sweeping views of Naples.
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  • Average14%
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Piazza Vanvitelli, 80128, Naples, Italy
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Reviewed yesterday

Taking the funicular railway from the central station in via Toledo to the end of the line you come to the district of Vomero.The area is cleaner and less crowded than central Naples.The views walk round the top and the views over Naples to Vesuvius...More

Thank Carl D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Just a few funicular stops away from the crowded city centre there is Vomero, with its middle class trendiness and nice cafés. Shop away or just relax with a nice cappuccino.

Thank Sam S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Volmero Hillside enjoys sweeping views of the city and port of Naples and Mount Vesuvius. You'll be removed from the over-crowded hustle and bustle of Naples and tiresome non-stop congestion. Despite the exclusive location, getting from the city below to Volmero is simple. Take...More

Thank JoeTrav
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Vomero is a middle-class neighbourhood of Naples situated on the hilltop with Castel Sant’Elmo overlooking the bay of Naples. We only had an hour here to grab some food and visit the array of shops. The prices were significantly higher than downtown Naples. The area...More

1  Thank tiberius_nero
Reviewed 18 October 2017 via mobile

On our last afternoon in the City we took one of the Funicular lines up to the Vomero district. Of the three main lines, we took the central one from Via Toledo. Which has two additional stops on the way up. However, you should be...More

Thank bsandrs
Reviewed 19 September 2017

Vomero is an area we've enjoyed visiting each time we have visited Napoli over the last 15 years. It is a different world from that of the "other" Napoli further down the hills. It has a different atmosphere and a different "feel". We love all...More

1  Thank Dimitris L
Reviewed 12 September 2017

As well as the rewarding view over the city, part of the fun is getting to Vomero. We took the central funicular, then carried on our upwards journey usig a couple of escalators, before a short downwards stretch.

Thank mabinho
Reviewed 14 August 2017

go to Vomero. We walked to the funicular and took it up......LOVED the neighborhood and the views and our stop at Certosa y Museo San Martino. The neighborhood reminded hubby and I of Belgrano in Buenos Aires, where we have spent much time over the...More

Thank morewierd
Reviewed 6 August 2017 via mobile

Take the furnicolare up to this upscale neighbor to experience how upper and middle class Neapolitans live, eat and shop. The main square buzzes with Vespas, bustles with pedestrians and dazzles with non touristy shops and gelato to salivate and get brain freeze from. We...More

Thank Vivian R
Reviewed 30 June 2017 via mobile

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.

Thank Neal B
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Duke of Martina's Museum
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18 July 2015|
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Response from Alberto P |
in English: From The port is more convenient metro and get off at Vanvitelli station. Otherwise the correct funicular is the Central at via Toledo (near piazza Plebiscito)
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2 July 2015|
Response from marco234545667677 |
no never unfortunaly
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