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Around the origin of our Catacombs much has been discussed, they were simpleburial and never were quarries or underground ways; the first note of the monumentis repeated since the death of St. Agrippino our bishop in the II century, when hisbody was...more
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surely go on this trip while in Naples, the underground gets another meaning when looking at all the amazing tunnels beneath the city with an ages-old history. Takes about 75 minutes, but is great and interesting
Despite taking a long time to find (do not trust Google maps or iMaps when trying to locate) we really enjoyed a visit to the catacombs. The guide spoke good English and was able to answer any questions of the group.
We visited with Alecia. She was wonderful. Enthusiastic, fun, knowlageble, proud of her job and the work of this fantastic association that seems to be helping young people to stay living in their neighborhood which used to be a problematic one. We also recommend getting...More
Worth the effort to get here. We went on a guided tour in English. The guide makes all the difference and was excellent.
The catacombs are quite extensive and are on two levels, both of which are included in the tour.
There is a refreshment...More
Our visit to the Catacombe di San Gennaro was excellent. It is a little way out of the centre but was easily reached by taking a bus from near to the Dante Metro station.
The only way to enter the Catacombs is on a guided...More
After seeing some awsome catacombes, this was a little disappointment. It was small and not so exciting, no narrow tunnels. The guide sat us down and gave us a lengthy speech of the restoration project, which was not that interesting, especially when her english was...More
This place is really much bigger than I was expecting, with endless tombs going off into the dark. Visits are by tour only, but you wouldn't want to visit here alone, you'd be lost in an instant. It's a fascinating maze, and I found the...More