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This hotel is located near the street markets and there are a lot of black people very near. Their behaviour is normal .and quiet. It is a bit surprising at first.. It is very close to the main train station : 2 metro lines, circulanumvesuviana for Pompei, Herculanum and also the Amalfi coast if ...
Hotel Zara£29Hotel Zara£29
The hotel itself is ok, but the location isn't great. We were meant to stay 4 nights but ended up leaving after 1, as we just didn't feel safe coming and going.
Hotel Casanova£29Hotel Casanova£29
In a pretty grisly part of Naples but it was set back from the road and had gates at the front which were closed at night. The rooms were clean and, apart from the too fat pillows, was very comfortable. The staff were friendly and helpful and for what we paid it couldn’t be better.
Hotel Fiorentina£26Hotel Fiorentina£26
Basic hotel but great location we only stayed for one night so was ideal for what we needed. Breakfast is pretty much non existent. Good views from balcony. Need 20c to use lift up to hotel which is on 5th floor
Le Orchidee£56Le Orchidee£56
Albergo in zona tranquilla e personale decisamente accogliente e simpatico! Camere spaziose, luminose, ben aerate e discretamente pulite. Sicuramente consigliato!
You don’t need to spend a fortune to have a good time in Naples. Practical yet stylish two-star hotels can be found dotted across the city. Find a range of budget hotels located in and around Stazione Centrale, Naples’ main train station, which borders the historic centre to the east. Stay in a two-star hotel here and you’ll be just metres from a metro station, which will allow you to hop around Naples with ease. </ p>
Alternatively, Naples’ historic UNESCO-listed centre also offers cheap hotel options, often housed in converted 19th-century buildings. Bargain rooms can be found outside of town too, near the Ercolano Ruins and the scenic Mount Vesuvius National Park.
One of the best ways to get a feel for Naples is to get out and about on foot. When the weather is nice, there are few better places for an afternoon stroll than Naples’ seafront promenade, known as the Lungomare. Local families and out-of-towners all converge here on the weekends to chat, walk and watch the water rolling in on the rocks. It stretches for a couple of miles, from the Mergellina neighbourhood all the way to the Castel dell'Ovo (Egg Castle), and beaches, boats and seafood restaurants are all dotted along the route.
Naples can be a busy, even frenetic city. If you need a break from the urban hubbub, head for the Orto Botanico di Napoli. About a 20-minute walk north from Naples’ main train station, these glorious gardens are blissfully peaceful and quiet. About 9,000 plant and tree species, including ferns, shrubs and citrus plants, sprout from the ground here.
Naples is a lively city and has a nightlife to match – the city’s piazzas quickly fill with revellers once it gets dark. For Neapolitan partygoers, the beach bars and clubs that line the coast are the go-to spot for late-night fun during summer. Most of the busiest and best clubs are found west of Naples along the coast near Bacoli.