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In the underground of Naples lies a labyrinth of tunnels, tanks and cavities that form a real city which is the negative of the city on surface. The underground city spreads below the entire old town, its myths and legends are still alive in the...more
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On a recent cruise, one of the ports was Naples. As we had visited the area a few times we were looking for something different to do on our day ashore. Having previously read that taxis could not really access this area very well, we...More
I’ve always wanted to do a subterranean tour in Europe and after missing the catacombs in Paris and running out of time in Rome I put this on my to-do list for Naples. We took the 4pm tour in English (tour takes roughly 1.5hrs) and...More
Excellent trip, our guide Eva , (Greek lassie ) was superb. Good English, very informative, the sights underground including the WW 2 info was good . Even for some one mildly claustrophobic it was ok, since most of the tunnels have enough headroom . There...More
The Greeks mined for building blocks and then the Romans created 200kms of aqueducts to provide water for the inhabitants of Naples... this was the first thing we learned as we descended 200 steps down into history. An energetic and well informed guide walked us...More
An excellent tour, very informative and the guide was very knowledgable. The walk in the bunker was particularly exciting, experiencing the old bunkers was awesome.
Also, may I say a big thank you to Nadia for being so accommodating. All the best for the future....More
This could have been great. There is clearly so much history in Naples and we could have been educated and inspired by stories of how the city has developed over the centuries. However you won’t be apart from a very brief mention of WW2. The...More
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Well this is intersting ascthere are several tours to take but we chose the historical society based at the university ! We were told to wait at a cafe Umberto or something - it’s next to the Duomo n royal palace - quite a... More
Well this is intersting ascthere are several tours to take but we chose the historical society based at the university ! We were told to wait at a cafe Umberto or something - it’s next to the Duomo n royal palace - quite a famous cafe with seating outside ! We took the earliest time at 9:30 or 10 n they have tours running every 2hours ! Good luck