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Musée d'art
“Une sculpture du christ exceptionnelle. Ici on l'appelle le coeur de naples...”
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Museum
“Aperto tutti i giorni , CHIUSO IL MARTEDI' ore 09.00 – 19.30 Le operazioni di chiusura iniziano alle 19.00 tutti i giovedì dal 6 giugno 2019 al 1 agosto 2019 apertura serale prolungata fino alle 23.00 tariffa serale: 2 euro dalle 19.00 alle 22.00 le operazioni di chiusura iniziano alle 22.30 BIGLIETTI Intero: € 15.00 Ridotto: € 2 per cittadini dell’UE tra i 18 e i 25 anni non compiuti Ridotto speciale per possessori di ArteCArd (ingresso 50%) e accompagnatori degli abbonati OpenMANN Gratuito per i minori di 18 anni. Il Museo archeologico nazionale di Napoli (MANN) è uno storico ente museale, tra i più importanti della città partenopea. Vantando il più ricco e pregevole patrimonio di opere d'arte e manufatti di interesse archeologico in Italia, è considerato uno dei più importanti musei archeologici al mondo se non il più importante per quanto riguarda la storia dell'epoca romana. Ha una superficie espositiva complessiva di 12.650 m². Open every day, CLOSED ON TUESDAY 09.00 - 19.30 hours Closing operations start at 7.00 pm every Thursday from 6 June 2019 to 1 August 2019 extended evening opening until 11pm evening rate: 2 euros from 7.00 pm to 10.00 pm closing operations begin at 10.30pm TICKETS Full price: € 15.00 Reduced: € 2 for EU citizens between 18 and 25 years old Special reduced price for ArteCArd holders (admission 50%) and accompanying OpenMANN subscribers Free for under 18s. The National Archaeological Museum of Naples (MANN) is a historic museum, one of the most important in the city of Naples. Boasting the richest and most valuable heritage of works of art and artifacts of archaeological interest in Italy, it is considered one of the most important archaeological museums in the world if not the most important in terms of Roman history. It has a total exhibition area of ​​12,650 m². Ouvert tous les jours, fermé le mardi 09h00 - 19h30 Les opérations de fermeture commencent à 19h00 tous les jeudis du 6 juin 2019 au 1er août 2019 soir prolongé jusqu'à 23h Tarif soirée: 2 euros de 19h à 22h les opérations de fermeture commencent à 22h30 BILLETS Plein tarif: 15,00 € Réduit: 2 € pour les citoyens de l'UE âgés de 18 à 25 ans Prix ​​réduit spécial pour les détenteurs d'ArteCArd (admission 50%) et les abonnés OpenMANN l'accompagnant Gratuit pour les moins de 18 ans. Le Musée archéologique national de Naples (MANN) est un musée historique, l'un des plus importants de la ville de Naples. Bénéficiant du patrimoine le plus riche et le plus précieux d'œuvres d'art et d'objets d'art présentant un intérêt archéologique en Italie, il est considéré comme l'un des plus importants musées archéologiques du monde, voire le plus important en termes d'histoire romaine. Il dispose d'une surface d'exposition totale de 12 650 m². Täglich geöffnet, DIENSTAG GESCHLOSSEN 09.00 - 19.30 Uhr Die Schließung beginnt um 19.00 Uhr jeden Donnerstag vom 6. Juni 2019 bis 1. August 2019 verlängerte Abendöffnung bis 23 Uhr Abendtarif: 2 Euro von 19.00 bis 22.00 Uhr Die Schließung beginnt um 22.30 Uhr TICKETS Voller Preis: 15,00 € Ermäßigt: 2 € für EU-Bürger zwischen 18 und 25 Jahren Ermäßigter Sonderpreis für ArteCArd-Inhaber (Eintritt 50%) und begleitende OpenMANN-Abonnenten Gratis für Kinder unter 18 Jahren. Das Nationale Archäologische Museum von Neapel (MANN) ist ein historisches Museum, eines der wichtigsten in der Stadt Neapel. Mit dem reichsten und wertvollsten Erbe an Kunstwerken und Artefakten von archäologischem Interesse in Italien gilt es als eines der wichtigsten archäologischen Museen der Welt, wenn nicht als das wichtigste in Bezug auf die Geschichte der Römerzeit. Es hat eine Gesamtausstellungsfläche von 12.650 m².”
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Historic Site
“The most fascinating itinerary in the subsoil of Naples Napoli Sotterranea is a must in Naples. A substratum rich in history and linked to the rediscovery of a rare, if not unique, heritage. Works of great civil engineering, left long abandoned and today recovered to new life thanks to the wise work of Underground Naples. Indescribable beauties and suggestive places to be discovered. Taking part in the excursion means making a journey through history over 2400 years, from the Greek to the modern era, 40 meters deep between tunnels and cisterns. During the excursion, in addition to admiring the remains of the ancient Greek-Roman aqueduct and the anti-aircraft shelters of the Second World War, we will visit the War Museum, the Orti Ipogei (www.ortipogei.it), the Seismic Station "Arianna" and much more. Finally, it will be possible to visit for free the remains of the ancient Greek-Roman Theater, accessible from a private property.”
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Museum
“Pompeii (/pɒmˈpeɪi/) was an ancient Roman city near modern Naples in the Campania region of Italy, in the territory of the comune of Pompei. Pompeii, along with Herculaneum and many villas in the surrounding area (e.g. at Boscoreale, Stabiae), was buried under 4 to 6 m (13 to 20 ft) of volcanic ash and pumice in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79. Volcanic ash typically buried inhabitants who did not escape the lethal effects of the earthquake and eruption. Pompeii is a UNESCO World Heritage Site status and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Italy, with approximately 2.5 million visitors every year.”
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Château
“ENTRATA LIBERA - FREE ENTRY - ENTRÉE GRATUITE - EINTRITT FREI da Lun. a Sab. 8.30-19.00 Dom. e Festivi 8.30-13.30 Sull'antico Isolotto di Megaride sorge imponente il Castel dell'Ovo. Una delle più fantasiose leggende napoletane farebbe risalire il suo nome all'uovo che Virgilio avrebbe nascosto all'interno di una gabbia nei sotterranei del castello. Il luogo ove era conservato l'uovo, fu chiuso da pesanti serrature e tenuto segreto poiché da "quell'ovo pendevano tutti li facti e la fortuna dil Castel Marino". Da quel momento il destino del Castello, unitamente a quello dell'intera città di Napoli, è stato legato a quello dell'uovo. Le cronache riportano che, al tempo della regina Giovanna I, il castello subì ingenti danni a causa del crollo dell'arcone che unisce i due scogli sul quale esso è costruito e la Regina fu costretta a dichiarare solennemente di aver provveduto a sostituire l'uovo per evitare che in città si diffondesse il panico per timore di nuove e più gravi sciagure. from Monday to Saturday 8:30 to 19:00 Sun and holidays 8:30 to 13:30 On the ancient islet of Megaride stands the imposing Castel dell'Ovo. One of the most imaginative Neapolitan legends would trace its name back to the egg that Virgil would have hidden inside a cage in the basements of the castle. The place where the egg was kept was closed by heavy locks and kept secret because from "that egg all of them were hanging and the fortune of Castel Marino". From that moment the fate of the Castle, together with that of the entire city of Naples, was linked to that of the egg. The chronicles report that, at the time of Queen Giovanna I, the castle suffered extensive damage due to the collapse of the arch that unites the two rocks on which it was built and the Queen was forced to solemnly declare that she had replaced the egg to prevent panic from spreading in the city for fear of new and more serious disasters. du lundi au samedi 08 heures 30-à-19h00 Soleil et vacances 8 heures 30-13h30 L'imposant Castel dell'Ovo se dresse sur l'ancien îlot de Mégaride. L'une des légendes napolitaines les plus imaginatives tire son nom de l'œuf que Virgile aurait caché dans une cage située dans les sous-sols du château. L'endroit où était conservé l'œuf était fermé par de lourdes mèches et tenu secret, car "de cet œuf étaient suspendus et de la fortune de Castel Marino". À partir de ce moment, le destin du château et de toute la ville de Naples fut lié à celui de l'œuf. Les chroniques rapportent que, à l’époque de la reine Giovanna I, le château avait subi de gros dommages en raison de l’effondrement de l’arc qui reliait les deux rochers sur lesquels il avait été construit et que la reine avait été contrainte de déclarer solennellement qu’elle avait remplacé l’œuf. empêcher la panique de se propager dans la ville par crainte de catastrophes nouvelles et plus graves. von Montag bis Samstag 8.30 bis 19.00 Uhr Sonne und Feiertage 8.30 bis 13.30 Uhr Auf der alten Insel Megaride steht das imposante Castel dell'Ovo. Eine der einfallsreichsten neapolitanischen Legenden führte ihren Namen auf das Ei zurück, das Virgil in einem Käfig im Keller des Schlosses versteckt hatte. Der Ort, an dem das Ei aufbewahrt wurde, war durch schwere Schlösser verschlossen und geheim gehalten, weil "von diesem Ei alle hingen und das Glück von Castel Marino". Von diesem Moment an war das Schicksal der Burg zusammen mit dem der gesamten Stadt Neapel mit dem des Eies verbunden. Die Chroniken berichten, dass die Burg zur Zeit von Königin Giovanna I. durch den Einsturz des Bogens, der die beiden Felsen, auf denen sie gebaut wurde, verband, großen Schaden erlitt und die Königin gezwungen wurde, feierlich zu erklären, dass sie das Ei ersetzt hatte um zu verhindern, dass sich Panik in der Stadt aus Angst vor neuen und ernsteren Katastrophen ausbreitet.”
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Opera House
“The Teatro di San Carlo, already often referred to simply as the Teatro San Carlo, is an opera house in Naples, as well as one of the most famous and prestigious in the world.”
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Museum
“The magnificent Royal Palace, where the king of the wonderful Regno delle Due Sicilie used to live!”
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Museum
“the Capodimonte park, formerly Real Parco di Capodimonte, is a city park in Naples, located in the Capodimonte area, in front of the homonymous palace.”
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Château
“Castel sant'Elmo is a medieval castle, used as a museum, located on the Vomero hill near San Martino in Naples. It was once called Paturcium and stands in the place where, from the 10th century, there was a church dedicated to Sant'Erasmo (from which Eramo, Ermo and then Elmo).”
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Club Discothèque
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“One of the most well known night-clubs in the Amalfi Coast: literally on the sea, highly recommended.”
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Musée d'art
“One of the most famous museum of contemporary art in Naples. Worth seeing! Don't forget to check out the rooftop!”
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Club Discothèque
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“The most famous club of the Amalfi Cost. Located on the main beach in Positano, literally hanging on the rocks. At the Music on the rocks you may well meet VIPs.”
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Château
“The elegant 15th-century Ponte Aragonese connects Ischia Ponte to Castello Aragonese, a sprawling, magnificent castle perched high and mighty on a rocky islet. While Syracusan tyrant Gerone I built the site’s first fortress in 474 BC, the bulk of the current structure dates from the 1400s, when King Alfonso of Aragon gave the older Angevin fortress a thorough makeover, building the fortified bastions, current causeway and access ramp cut into the rock.”
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Église
“The Certosa di San Martino is a palatial area of Naples situated on the Vomero hill, next to the Sant'Elmo castle. It is by far one of the major religious monumental complexes of the city and one of the most successful examples of Baroque architecture and art together with the royal chapel of the Treasure of San Gennaro, and the fulcrum of seventeenth-century Neapolitan painting. [1] It has about a hundred rooms, two churches, a courtyard, four chapels, three cloisters and hanging gardens. Chronologically it is the second Carthusian monastery in Campania, having been born nineteen years after that of San Lorenzo in Padula and forty-six years before that of San Giacomo in Capri. After the Unification of Italy it took on the title of national monument and since 1866 it has housed the National Museum of San Martino, born with the aim of telling the artistic and cultural history of the city. It is 15-20 min away from Casa Carmela which can be reached by the via Toledo or Montesanto funicular.”
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Rest Area
“Historical museum. There are many Etruscan remains, Romans and Egyptians. They will explain the history of Sorrento”
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Café
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“One of the most elegant Coffee Salons in the city, plenty of history, where you can meet part of the smart high society of Napoli. After an amazing coffee and a "sfogliatella" or the best "Spriz" you can make a walk along the seaside until you reach the suggesting Castel del'Ovo, in Lungomare Caracciolo. Back to the city you can easily reach Piazza dei Martiri, where you can do some shopping in Gucci or Armani. If it is not your mood, you can keep walking to Mergellina and get an amazing view from this side of Naples....”
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