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Walk through the preserved streets of an ancient city frozen in time by Mount Vesuvius
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Hike the historic volcano, learn about 79 AD eruption, and visit preserved Roman cities.
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Naples Underground is easy to reach by metro or bus and takes guests on an amazing underground tour of a city that's over 2400 years old! See the ancient aquaduct that's been providing the city with water for 23 centuries, an ancient theater, and more! You won't believe what's down there.
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The Catacombs of San Gennaro are a fascinating and perfectly preserved insight into thousands of years of Italian history. See the final resting place of Naples's patron saint and discover an intricately adorned tribute to Italy's dead.
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Step into life before the Vesuvius eruption with a visit to Herculaneum (Ercolano in Italian). This ancient Roman town lies in the shadows of Mount Vesuvius, and was once wealthier than Pompeii. Both towns were destroyed by volcanic flows in 79 AD. Pompeii is well-preserved but Herculaneum is even more so - the eruption preserved doors, bedding and even food here. This UNESCO World Heritage site allows you to explore several villas and taverns and examine the mosaics and frescoes preserved for centuries by the volcanic water, ash and debris.
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Discover the wonders of Campania with a day trip from Naples
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The National Archaeological Museum of Naples is home to one of the world’s finest collections of Greco-Roman artifacts. It's located in Naples at the Piazza Museo 19.
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The Galleria Borbonica, is an underground passage in Naples with a rich history. Built in 1853 by Ferdinand II of Bourbon, the passage was intended as a potential escape tunnel connecting the Royal Palace with the local military barracks. Since then, it's been used as an air-raid shelter by locals during World War II, and today serves as a popular destination for visitors looking to scratch below the surface of Naples – literally.
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The Museum of the Treasure of San Gennaro explores the relationship between the people of Naples and their patron saint. Experience a unique collection of artistic works and authentic artifacts collected across seven centuries by popes, kings, famous Neapolitans, and ordinary people.
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Over its thousands of years of history, the final resting place of Saint Gaudiosus has been used as a necropolis, Christian tomb, and mass grave. Now it's a perfectly eerie visitor experience, where you can explore and discover its many macabre secrets!
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The San Lorenzo Maggiore Complex is a church that stands at the geographic center of Naples. Visitors can see the remains of an ancient Roman market beneath the church itself, wander the museum, and see the detailed frescoes on the ceilings of Chapter Hall.
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The Royal Palace of Naples is a symbol of royal power during the Bourbon monarchy (1734-1860), founded during the Spanish Viceroy period. Visitors can see the different rooms and get amazing views of the Gulf of Naples and Vesuvius from the outside. It's easy to reach on foot or with public transport.
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The Sansevero Chapel (Cappella Sansevero) is a chapel located in the historic center of Naples, Italy. It contains works of art by some of the leading Italian artists of the 18th century.
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