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Napoli Sotterranea, Naples

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  • There is little to say but much to visit. The visit lasts 1 hour and a half but for those who want to know how did Naples this is a destination not to be missed. At the end of the tour you are left in a Neapolitan pizzeria that smacks of '' magic '' where you eat a pizza amongst the best I have ever eaten. NOT SUITABLE FOR CLAUSTROPHOBIC.
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  • A unique experience. I had never been to 40 meters deep. The story of the war suffered from Naples and the people who took refuge in this underground city took me about another piece of history. Very interesting the tour that in addition to visiting the underground Naples with its underground passages, makes you enjoy along a path that you'd never, the remains of the Greek-Roman Theatre.
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  • I wanted to make this visit for some time but just this month I did it. A challenging course, over 300 degrees between descent has risen, not suitable for those who suffer from claustrophobia but definitely a unique experience. See what's underneath the city, Neapolitan history and generations of straficazione, scomprire a craft disappeared like that of the pozzaro, reveals a reality absolutely amazing. For sure the next time I visit the other two routes opened in recent months.
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  • I know this place very well, since I've worked here as a guide two years in a row. I definitely recommend coming here - it's a wonderful experience all by itself and if you are interested in Naples, then this will give you a whole new perspective on its culture and history. It is a guided tour that takes between 1½ and 2 hours. Bring a sweater or jacket, as it's a bit cooler in the underground. Every day there are visits in Italian and English, about once every hour, depending on demand. There may also be visits in French, Spanish or German, but not necessarily every day; you can call and inquire. Children usually like it, but they should be old enough to walk on their own and listen to the guide, otherwise they might get bored. You can't bring strollers inside. There are stairs that can't be avoided. I have done the tour with many people that don't like narrow spaces and usually it's no problem, as the underground rooms are rather spacy and the one narrow part is optional, so everyone who doesn't feel like that can sit that one out. But obviously, if you already don't like the idea of spending an hour in rooms and tunnels 40 m below the surface, then this isn't for you.
  • Great experience and hugely interesting well worth the few euros it cost. Italian but English speaking guide was excellent - sorry can't remember his name but he had spent time working in Glasgow. If you are in Naples dont miss this.
  • Fantastic experience! Must visit in Napoli! Tours are about 1h long and you get a chance to pass through the amazing caves and secret paths of Napoli Sotterranea! Guides are good - they will take you back to the time and tell amazing stories about the usage of the caves in the first period and through the centuries! Tickets are cca 10e and it's really worth of it!
  • We usually don't go on this kind of guided tours, as most of them smell like tourist traps. This one was recommended by a neapolitan friend, and what a surprise! The visit is long enough to be worth the 10€, you get to see the underground tunnels and their different uses during WWII, the Roman Empire and the Greek period. After visiting the tunnels, we get to see the ruins of a Roman arena that were discovered a few years ago, which is a great extra for the tunnels.
  • Great tour with an affordable price. You're going to find out about a Napoli you couldn't even imagine and enjoy every minute. Some observations, it's not accessible for disabled persons or wheelchair. If you're claustrophobic or have asthma, inform yourself well with the staff before you get in.