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Enchanting scenery that unfolds to the eyes of visitors, a secret place full of history and magic atmosphere.An emotional journey that conducts visitors in the new section of the underground of Naples. It is situated in Vico del Grottone 4, from to...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Vico del Grottone 4 | Zona Piazza Plebiscito, 80132, Naples, Italy
We enjoyed this experience today and was a welcome relief from the heat. Very interesting and suitable for all with good mobility. Very good guide and amazingly interesting! Definitely worth a visit when in Naples.
This tour exceeded our expectations and will be noted as one of the very best tours we have ever done.
Guide was excellent and shared so much history and knowledge. She even kept our small group engaged by asking us questions and sharing some real...More
Had a lovely tour round the Bourbon tunnel which has a real interesting history and is just overwhelming to comprehend the scale of. Guide was great (I cannot remember his name) but the only gripe I have is the level of detail-- I understand most...More
Also thanks to our guide, Annalisa, we got a very interesting picture and exhibition of life underground during WW2 in this sort of microcosm used by the local population as a shelter from aerial bombings. Later it was used by the local authorities to store...More
Galleria Borbonica was a shelter used in WW2. You can see old vehicles and items used back then. There are couple of tours you can attend and you can find more information about them on their website. If you want to visit Galleria Borbonica you...More
We recently visited the tunnels under Naples that are based on the original Greek underground cisterns and the tunnel built by. King Ferdinand 11to link his palace to the military barracks some 150 years ago. The tunnel complex was used during the Second World War...More
While lost in the city I stumbled upon this place. Everything about it was fascinating, the fact that you enter a parking lot and start wondering on this corridor with bars under city caves gives it all a sense of entering another dimension especially when...More
We joined the 15:30 tour and have thoroughly enjoyed it and can recommend it. It is very educational, and lovely and cool. It does involve 90 steps down, but on the upside, you don't have to walk them back up!
Genuinely great guide who did an amazing g job even though she was sick. We were the only ones there at 10 am which was great for us but bad for them. I really recommend the tour to anyone who wants to learn about Naples...More