A nice tourist attraction to see in old town of Naples. you will enjoy the old under ground of early age of Naples . very interesting to see it with guide tour.
If you long to get off the tourist track and see a different side of the city, you’ll love Underground Naples, a web of caves and tunnels that can only be visited on a tour. Discover Roman ruins, World War II air raid shelters, ancient water cisterns, and a theater where Nero performed. Upgrade to add transfers and perhaps a pizza at a nearby pizzeria.
If you’ve selected transfers, enjoy transport from your Central Naples hotel. If not, make your own way to Underground Naples and descend the stairs that drop around 131 feet (40 meters) below the ground.
Your guide will lead you through the honeycombed web. See World War II air raid shelters, a small war museum, underground gardens, ancient caverns now used as cisterns, and the remains of a Greco-Roman aqueduct. Explore the remains of an ancient Greco-Roman theater, entered through the ground floor of someone’s home.
If you’ve selected the pizza option, enjoy a pizza with soft drink at a local pizzeria after your tour. If you’ve opted for transfers, your driver will escort you to your hotel.
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We had an excellent guide, Vita for this 85 minute tour of the old water system ( naples had no local supply) and the caverns, cisterns and gulleys. Used during the secons world war as air raid shelters this tour is a fascinating mix of...More
This was an amazing surprise! It is crazy cool to be wandering around underneath Naples and seeing all of this stuff! Our tour guide spoke English, but she was difficult to understand, and so many times we were sharing a room (a CAVERN!) with another...More
You take 90 steps down to reach the Naples Underground. At one time it carried the city's water but was used during WWII to house citizens and protect them from the air raids. This is a very worthwhile tour. So educational.