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LAES - La Napoli Sotterranea, Naples

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  • The best way to join this tour is to turn up at Bar Gambrinus in Piazza Trieste & Trento and seek out the guys with tennis rackets advertising the Naples Subterranean tour and from there they will tak...  more »
  • Very interesting and fascinating tour! Our English speaking guide, Luca, was very knowledgable and kept our 7 & 8 year olds interested the entire tour. Although others mentioned claustrophobia might b...  more »
  • Well worthy of a visit. It was freezing waiting outside for our guide. But once we had reached the bottom of the stairs everyone had warmed up. Our tour was in Italian and with our limited language sk...  more »
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  • This place is amazing and gives a great history of naples during WW2 and the origins of the underground tunnels dating back to Greek occupancy of Naples. Our guide Fabio was fantastic and very knowledgeable and put a humorous slant on the tour. It is a bit tucked away and hard to find but well worth doing this tour. Once again thank you Fabio for a very informative and fun experience! Also a few reviews about this place mention finding it hard to understand the tour guides, this was not the case with Fabio, his English was brilliant and easy to understand! Would 100% recommend!
  • Why did this place get such good reviews? The sewers you tour are filthy and full of trash just like everything in Naples. Skip this tour and skip Naples.
  • Lorenzo is a great guide; he took us through the underground path with knowledge and typical Neapolitan humour. He told us about the creation of the canals and cisterns, their use throughout the centuries and the Second World War, mixing in some popular beliefs and stories. The tour end outside, in private properties, where you can see how parts of an ancient roman theatre have been reused, and are still living in the walls of a few homes and cellars. Fascinating
  • The place is amazing. But beware of the guide you get. My experience was with "Juan" (the name printed on his t-shirt) but they called him Francesco. He was a normal guy, slim with a brown - black thick beard. The guide we got was the worst guide I have ever had in my life. In our turn, a group of at least 30, he was speaking (in Italian) so fast and in such a bad way that a couple of guests asked him to cheer up and speak slower. The answer was, in dialect, "I cannot because of the schedule, so shut up". He started complaining about the people speaking in the group, to the point that nobody wanted to listen him anymore. He was doing his job like a kid would answer teacher's questions: fast, without any kind of expression. Hated every single second of this tour, thanks to that guy. But the place is such a magical one, is so amazingly spectacular and nice that everyone should see it!
  • A great tour with a lot of history. Guides were knowledgeable but required some translation (fortunately we brought along someone who was able to translate for us). There were a couple of tight spaces, which might have caused problems for claustrophobic guests, but there was always an alternate way around. We also got a brief sample of what it was like without the lights on, to show how dark and quiet it can get. The tour actually ended up at our hotel, which was connected to the underground tunnels. That was a neat surprise.