Bright apartment with mezzanine, a few minutes from Piazza del Plebiscito.
Located on the fifth floor of a building with a lift, this apartment opens up onto a living room with a double sofa bed, a TV, a dining area and a kitchenette, also fitted with a microwave and a kettle. From the living area, stairs lead up to the mezzanine which houses a queen size bed, an armchair and a wardrobe. A bathroom with shower completes the accommodation. At guests' disposal, there are amenities such as free Wi-Fi, air conditioning and heating.
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“When you go to Naples you cry twice: when you arrive and when you leave”, people say. Naples is a unique city, to experience by walking through the alleys, smelling the scent of gastronomic delicacies in the air and admiring its rich artistic and monumental heritage. Naples is at the origin of a peculiar culinary tradition for its famous Neapolitan pizza, and the art of its pizza makers has been declared an intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO.
Walking through Spaccanapoli, the street that cuts the city in half, you will cross its millenary history thanks to the presence of ancient palaces and churches, such as the Cathedral of Naples and the Maschio Angioino. If there is a symbolic place of Naples, this is Piazza del Plebiscito, today a symbol of the new "Neapolitan Renaissance" where tourists come to admire its grandeur and its two jewels: the neoclassical colonnade of the church of San Francesco di Paola and the Palazzo Reale. Today it is also possible to visit "the underground city", or the so-called "womb of Naples", used by the Neapolitans as a refuge during the bombings, where tourists can cross the Greco-Roman aqueduct, the air-raid shelters and finally visit the Museum of the War.
Not to be missed is San Severo Chapel which houses the sculpture of the Veiled Christ, one of the most fascinating and mysterious works that can be seen in Naples, the result of the talent of Giuseppe Sanmartino.
The 'Municipio' metro station is a 10-minute walk away, where guests can reach the station in 5 minutes. The airport can be reached in 20 minutes by car.