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Vomero, Naples

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  • To smooth out the old "feud" between Neapolitans "down" and the natives of this district, would remember only to my pompous fellow citizens of the place, that the origin of the name derives from a pastime practised with "plowshare" plough, from farmers in this area, almost uninhabited until the 19th century, called "the Hill of broccolis". That said, it is a part of Naples less traveled by tourists (at least until the metro connection), preferring, perhaps rightly, the historic with the seafront. There are still good reasons to take a walk, admiring the beautiful Art Nouveau buildings survived the massacre the village after World War II, and, above all, to visit the Certosa di San Martino with Sant'Elmo adjacent ... While admiring the view, and maybe, going to the "Pignasecca", descending the stairs and passes the 400 "pedamentina.". And when hunger knock, you can repair it in one of the many pubs (all great, or almost ...). Or have a drink in one of the stylish and/or trendy bar in piazza Vanvitelli and via Scarlatti ... However you think, remains an elegant and enjoyable part of the city, despite the rush of children on weekends, traffic inexhaustible, and cherished air of superiority kinda ridiculous, and say, now redundant, the inhabitants (just a few, thankfully) ...
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  • The vomero is accessible by metro or by the three railways, is one of the most beautiful and characteristic of Naples and deserves a walk prolonged and exhausting. The air quality is good for big league Hill of liberty-style buildings and various scenic areas allow an unobstructed view of the city very beautiful and special. During the Valentine I found a chocolate fair "very pretty. Recommended
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  • We stayed little over one day in Naples and found the view from the mountain near St Elmo as the best one. We used Funicolare di Montesanto to reach Morghen station. In around 10 minutes walk reached ...  more »