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Vomero, Naples
(3.5/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
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  • Whenever we go elsewhere we notice then the difference. Obviously a difference I feel in full only if you have the good fortune to come and live; or even the privilege of being born and lived. If we walk every now and then, maybe in the foreigners ' chaos of the weekend, don't take anything. But only, of course, traffic and parking difficulties. But we, having lived elsewhere, living here we see an abyss of diversity. There's a quality of life not repeatable elsewhere: you can always walk out without being slaves of the car; Metropolitan 4 and 3 cable railways linking in a few min. with the whole city. 4/5 releases of bypass which penetrates into the belly of the neighborhood (hopefully to go out). And then, 4 theatres, several multiplex with 15/20 cinemas, markets and all kinds of shops and services, schools and prestigious high schools where she trained mostly "Neapolitan and Italian intelligentsia," green lungs and relax, dozens of supermarkets and some open 24 hours. Pedestrian areas, with areas for children and liveable and beautiful squares. Swimming pool, gym, Stadium. Opportunity to walk safely even late in the evening and at night. Streets and avenues and always well illuminated. Significant presence of Liberty style architecture, stately homes and scenic drives. Historical monuments as the exceptional Sant'Elmo Castle, in the highest and breathtaking views. The beautiful Museum of Saint Martin with the square and la pedamentina that within minutes, walk through the city down to "Spacca Napoli". The wonderful Villa Floridiana ", always green area theatre and children's games Vomeresi. With the Museum "Duca di Martina" offering prized ceramics layer. And also, a high percentage of residents/professionals/graduates, of great families, many of them of noble origin, because here decades ago chose to come on vacation or to live the nobility and high Bourgeoisie, etc. In short, a "city life" only. Impossible to replicate in another area. Live there, notoriously, much of the ruling class in Naples. Sure, live is expensive and costs. Homes on average about 5/8000 euros per m². The housing market has fallen almost everywhere, but here at Vomero/Arenella central area (i.e. the one that goes from piazza Vanvitelli to piazza Muzii and adjacent streets) keeps a lot and has a high demand, with a really huge appeal. Real estate always retain a very high and with high added value due to the social prestige now rooted. Some areas are a little too chaotic and Park, even for residents, is often difficult. But with public transit connections (primarily underground) the whole world is connected. The problem in recent years, however, is that they have come to live here also "traders enriched" and parvenue provincials ... That clearly recognize right away ... and then with the opening of the metro stations, there's also bands of "thugs" annoying. They too recognizable for cafonissimo look and how they express themselves. In fact it is known that Vomeresi like mostly walk around and experience the neighborhood from lun.al Fri.; then over the weekend do not come out almost at home or go out for "invasion" that comes along and spoils it all. In short, the Vomero is a city within a city where live in it makes you feel "different" and makes you feel good. And it's conceivable that everything over the years has created a strong feeling of "forced" hate from anyone living in ignorance, rides the usual morality of "the Fox and the grapes". Where you can't get to and where you don't feel comfortable ... you say it's bad and it's sick. Heh heh ... disgraceful. I would propose at the weekend, to pedonalizzarlo all or close it to cars coming from outside.
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  • Always this area is known as the elite part of Naples (even in my part:P Omar). Actually notice the difference compared to the rest of the city. I seemed to notice fewer immigrants and people more "fighettina". However as others have mentioned, I confirm being a zon chaotic. Despite this I appreciated. And I invite everyone to admire the Belvedere. Great views!
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  • I went to 8/2016. Overlooking the Plaza in front of San-Martino Monastery located in the Vomero hill Naples is excellent. That evening, we visited a lot of people. I went back before the sun sets because it was tired of watching the sunset really is. Change Montesanto funicular lines from Dante Metro access is down by Morghen station, is a 10-minute walk.
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