minimalist flat is located in the old center, in the district of San Lorenzo, a typically popular place, where you can experience directly with the real Naples.
The apartment is bright and quiet. It is located in a historic building on the third floor without a lift.
A few meters away there is a paid parking where you can leave your car.
The house is located a few minutes walk from the main tourist sites, in addition, there are pizzerias, bars, supermarkets and pharmacies.
the Studio, has just been renovated, consists of a double bed, a bathroom and a kitchen, is suitable for couples or friends who want to discover a sunny and authentic Naples. It has a ceiling fan as well as one from the ground for the warm season.
The house is located in the area of the decumani, which is the oldest part of the city that was of Greek origin. a few minutes walk you have access to many major sites of tourist interest: Via dei Tribunali, Spaccanapoli, San Gregorio Armeno(street of craft item and native scene), the Chapel of San Severo, Napoli Sotterranea (underground of Naples), Piazza Dante, Santa Chiara, piazza Gesù Nuovo and all the historical center of the city. It is also a great location to enjoy the neighborhood, in fact, there are numerous pizzerias, bars, bakeries, supermarkets and pharmacies.
The location is great for those arriving in the city by train, bus or airport bus. all solutions are available within a 15 minute walk. the location is equally good for those who want to move on the islands (the port is a 10 minute walk) and for those who want to visit Pompeii and Vesuvius (the station is a 10 minute walk)
We provide bed linen, towels and soaps, the kitchen is sufficiently equipped to prepare meals.
After 13 there is the possibility to do a self check in so you can arrive at any time.
The apartment is ideal to accommodate two people, enjoys a view on a typical Neapolitan urban setting.
The building is very ancient and arithmetically stimulating, it is in fact a wing from the Convent of Sant'Aggrippino, a historic church from the 1400s, but given the lack of renovation it may appear a little crumbling, however, as you will discover, this it is a typical characteristic of the historic center of Naples.
It is possible to arrive by car and park nearby, even if the place is not insured, since these are typical streets of the old town, a few meters from the house there is a convenient paid private parking that could be the optimal solution .
It may not be suitable for children under 2 years of age due to the absence of specific accessories and may not be suitable for people with walking difficulties on the third floor of an ancient building without a lift.
Staying in Minimalist flat means to immerse yourself in the authenticity of Naples, we recommend it to all those who want to know an original piece of this magical city.
The district is strategically perfect for visiting the city, in fact it is just a few minutes from the main tourist sites, in the area of the decumani, near Via dei Tribunali, Spaccanapoli, Napoli sotterranea, San Gregorio Armeno(street of craft item and native scene) , the Chapel of San Severo, Piazza Dante and all the historical center of the city. it is also interesting for its proximity to the train and bus station and finally for those arriving from the airport.
The district, one of the most popular in the city, is historically important due to the presence of numerous historic buildings, religious complexes and especially for museums, among the most noteworthy, include the Pio Monte della Misericordia which houses inside a seventeenth-century church where The canvas of the seven works of Mercy of Caravaggio is conserved, among the most important paintings of the seventeenth century, and other prestigious paintings of the same century belonging to the Neapolitan school.
In recent years it has become even more famous thanks to the work created by the artist Jorit, in fact, in September 2015 the large face of "Gennaro" was created in Piazza Crocelle at Mannesi, a tribute to the Neapolitan patron saint signed by the artist.
Forcella is also the scene of the first episode of Yesterday, today, tomorrow, a film by Vittorio De Sica.
In Forcella is located the famous pizzeria da Michele, historic pizzeria of 1870 and location of the movie "Mangia, Prega, Ama", with Julia Roberts.
Also present are the theater and pizzeria Trianon opposite which is also the ancient Cippo a Forcella, stones that were once part of the Neapolis wall, a wall of the Greek era of the ancient city, dating back to more than 2000 Years ago
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Napoli, Campania, Italy