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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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Really interesting to see the Roman aquaducts, fun part is when you walk through an old water channel, not for the claustrophobic though as you have to walk sideways in the dark with a candle but it is optional! It would be better if the...More
10 euros and worth it. Firstly, if you're claustrophobic and a bit overweight it might not suit you. You start off by going down 120 steps. Don't worry. After the tour you have to come back up! Basically the first part is underground. It starts...More
Warming, dont buy your ticket on Tripadvisors website. Buy it by the venue, it is much cheaper.
When you receive your ticket, it says Included "Dinner around the city"
But it is NOT
"Dinner around the city" is the firm.
It is a trick to...More
The actual site itself is interesting... the tour not so much. Our guide made close to none efforts to personalize the visit. As well, she spoke quickly, delivering a speech rather than telling a story. She also asked if we had questions but honestly, it...More
Simply, an eye opening tour underground one of Europe's most fascinating cities. About an hour and a half long and available in Italian or English that I noticed. I took the Italian tour for authenticity sake. I'm a fluent Italian speaker. Very informative and fun...More
Visited here after seeing the tour advertised on a free walking tour. Sounded and looked good so we made our way to the place only to be told the English tour must move aside. So there we were squashed in whilst hordes of other groups...More
First thing to know is that the entrance is down the left hand side of the church with the head over the entrance - see the photo.
The tunnels are narrow in places and there are a lot of steps but I’m a bit claustrophobic...More
We enjoyed our tour 40m under the city. Great history lesson. Don’t eat too much pasta before you go.. there is one area 80 m long where you walk sideways through a narrow passage. There is the opportunity to skip this section if you are...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