"Napoli Centro" house is a 140 squared meters house (4th floor with elevator), composed by entry room with fire, 2 bedrooms (1 triple room and a 4 people room with a mezzanine), 2 bathrooms (one ensuite bathroom with shower and an out-of-the-room bathroom with Jacuzzi), 1 kitchen and 1 kitchinette. One room looks on the Naples' hill, with a beautiful view on Sant'Elmo Castle and San Martino's Monastery; the other room is very quiet, looking in the sunny and big interior court of the magnificent Palace of Duke of Monteleone, yet rapresented on the first map of the city, drawn in 1453.
"Napoli Centro" house is located exactly in Naples' downtown, few steps from Spaccanapoli ("Splitting Naples") the main street of greek and roman area, Toledo street - the main street of Naples' downtown - that links the old center to the sea, with Plebiscito square, the Royal Palace, the San Carlo Opera Theater and the seafront. In few steps you will reach the Toledo Metro Station (that BBC and The Guardian judged to be the most beautiful metro station in Europe; two stops far from the railway station, so you can take trains to easily reach Pompeii, Erculaneum and Sorrento) or the port, to reach in few time the island of the Gulf of Naples: Ischia, Capri and Procida.
Again, close to you, you will have all the monuments and the churches that enrich Naples, with their strange and beautiful stories: Gesù Nuovo, Santa Chiara, Sansevero Chapel with the Veiled Christ, San Domenico Maggiore, Santa Maria della Pietrasanta... and a lot of touristic points of interest, like San Gregorio Armeno - the street of the cribs and nativities, Napoli Sotterranea (the underground of Naples) and most famous restaurants and pizzerias, like Il Presidente, Sorbillo, Michele a Forcella, or coffee bar like Scaturchio or... it's enough: in few words, all will be close to you and you will can visit Naples without issues or stress.
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A tranquil villa in Iznate, Nerja. Offering stunning sea views, a private pool and shaded areas you can enjoy a holiday in a peaceful location, where the Spanish live and tend their grapes, olives and almonds.