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Certosa di San Martino

Certosa di San Martino

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Campania: Artecard 3 - 7 Day or Gold/Lite 365 City Pass

1. Campania: Artecard 3 - 7 Day or Gold/Lite 365 City Pass

Purchase the Naples & Campania Artecard for access to over 40 monuments, museums, and archaeological sites, including Ruins of Pompei, Herculaneum, National Archaeological Museum, Madre, Museum and Royal Wood of Capodimonte, Royal Palace of Naples, Castel Sant'Elmo, Certosa of San Martino, Royal Palace of Caserta, Paestum, and the Archaeological Museum of Capua. Enjoy free admission to many museums or sites and discounted admission to all other museums and archaeological sites visited thereafter. Explore the city as you travel for free on the Naples and Campania regional public transportation network (UnicoCampania public transport system). Visit your chosen cultural sites, selecting freely from the following list, and receive a discount of up to 50% from the other sites on: • Parco Archeologico di Pompei • Parco Archeologico di Ercolano • Museo Archeologico Nazionale • Palazzo Reale di Napoli • Museo e Real Bosco di Capodimonte • Reggia di Caserta • Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Paestum • Palazzo Reale di Napoli • Certosa e Museo di San Martino • Madre_Museo d’Arte Contemporanea Donnaregina • Museo Pignatelli Cortes • Museo Duca di Martina • Museo civico di Castel Nuovo • Castel Sant'Elmo • Parco Archeologico di Oplontis • Scavi di Oplontis • Scavi di Stabia • Scavi di Boscoreale ed Antiquarium • Parco Archeologico di Baia • Museo Archeologico dei Campi Flegrei nel Castello di Baia • Anfiteatro Flavio • Parco Archeologico di Cuma • Museo Archeologico dell'Antica Capua • Museo dei Gladiatori • Anfiteatro Campano • Mitreo • Parco Archeologico di Paestum • Certosa San Lorenzo • Parco Archeologico di Elea Velia

Naples: 3-Day City Attractions and Public Transport Pass

2. Naples: 3-Day City Attractions and Public Transport Pass

Gain access with a single city pass to over 20 monuments, museums, and archaeological sites in Naples, including the National Archaeological Museum, Madre Museum and Royal Wood of Capodimonte, Royal Palace of Naples, Castel Sant'Elmo, Certosa of San Martino. Enjoy free admission to 3 museums or sites and discounted admission to all other museums and archaeological sites visited thereafter. Explore the city as you travel for free on Naples public transportation network (Unico Campania). Use the underground Line 1 “Metro dell’Arte”, Line 2, Line 6, funicular, tram, trains Circumflegrea, and Cumana e Circumvesuviana Urban Route.

Naples: Self-Guided Audio Tour

3. Naples: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Welcome to the captivating city of Naples, where history, culture, and vibrant energy converge to create a unique and unforgettable experience. Embark on a journey through the heart of this ancient Italian gem with our Naples Self-Guided Audio Tour. This immersive tour is designed to be your personal companion as you explore the city at your own pace, allowing you to delve into its rich past, discover hidden gems, and savor the flavors of its renowned cuisine. Naples, with its storied history dating back to ancient times, has left an indelible mark on the world. From the remnants of Greco-Roman civilization to the medieval charm of its narrow streets, the city is a treasure trove of cultural and architectural wonders. Our self-guided audio tour is meticulously crafted to provide you with insightful narratives, interesting anecdotes, and expert commentary, ensuring that you gain a deeper understanding of Naples' heritage. As you stroll through the bustling streets, marvel at historic landmarks, and indulge in the local atmosphere, our audio tour will be your informative and engaging companion. Whether you're drawn to the grandeur of Naples' historic castles, the artistic masterpieces in its museums, or the authentic flavors of Neapolitan pizza, this self-guided tour will guide you through the highlights while allowing you the flexibility to linger in places that captivate your interest. Learn more about the top 19 tourist attractions in Naples. Its history, culture, myths, architecture, and other important facts are in this audio commentary which starts from the city's central station then the itinerary gradually moves one by one. 1. Stazione Napoli Centrale 2. Museo del Tesoro di San Gennaro 3. Napoli Sotterranea 4. Via San Gregorio Armeno 5. Archivio di Stato di Napoli 6. Museo Cappella Sansevero 7. The Naples National Archaeological Museum 8. Complesso Monumentale di Santa Chiara 9. Chiesa del Gesù Nuovo 10. Castel Sant'Elmo 11. Certosa e Museo di San Martino 12. Via Toledo 13. San Carlo Theatre 14. Royal Palace of Naples 15. Piazza del Plebiscito 16. Galleria Borbonica 17. Castel dell'Ovo 18. Via Francesco Caracciolo 19. Catacombe di San Gaudioso So, put on your headphones, press play, and let the Naples Self-Guided Audio Tour be your key to unlocking the secrets and stories that make this city a true gem of the Mediterranean. Immerse yourself in the beauty and history of Naples as you navigate its enchanting streets and discover the soul of this captivating destination.

Naples: City Pass 15+ top attractions, Pompeji & Underground

4. Naples: City Pass 15+ top attractions, Pompeji & Underground

This all inclusive City Pass grants you access to numerous museums, including the National Archaeological Museum of Naples, Museo di Capodimonte, and Certosa di San Martino, allowing you to immerse yourself in Naples' rich cultural heritage. Additionally, the pass offers the opportunity to explore the meticulously preserved cities of Pompeji and Herculaneum, providing a glimpse into daily life during the Roman Empire. Navigating Naples is made easy with the included hop-on-hop-off bus tour, which allows you to explore the historic city center, beautiful waterfront, and bustling markets at your own pace. The Naples City Pass also ensures seamless transportation throughout the city with access to buses, trams, and the metro, if booked optional. The Naples City Pass is your ultimate ticket to unlocking the treasures of Naples and its surroundings. Book your City pass for 1 until 5 days. Following attractions are included: Museums & Galleries: - Certosa di San Martino - Museo e real Bosco di Capodimonte - National Archaeological Museum of Naples - Pignatelli Cortes Museum Landmarks & Monuments: - Herculaneum Archaeological Park - Castel Sant `Elmo - Pompeii Archaeological Park - Royal Palace of Naples Guided Tours: - Naples Streetfood Tour - Napoli Sotterranea (underground naples) including Pizza experience Hop on Hop Off: - 24 hrs Hop on Hop Off with 2 different routes Public Transportation: - unlimited travel on public transport for Naples City Centre, optional bookable Discount Partner: - 10 % EatWith - 15 % of Naples Bay tours

Panoramic Naples Private Tour by Vintage Vespa

5. Panoramic Naples Private Tour by Vintage Vespa

A poet once wrote, "See Naples and Die," in recognition of the fact that the magnificent southern Italian city is so beautiful it’s essential to visit at least once in your life. On this 4-hour panoramic tour you will see it from many angles, and all from the seat of a vintage Vespa moped. Some of the views are famous, while others are hidden gems known only to locals. Among the many highlights is the Parco Virgiliano, a picturesque oasis on the hill of Posillipo, where a series of terraces overlook the Gulf of Naples. Another, is the romantic fishing village of Marechiaro. Get views of the volcanic islet of Nisida, and drive along the promenade of Via Petrarca. Wind your way along Via Orazio for stunning views of Versuvius. Pass the serene sanctuary of Sant'Antonio a Posillipo. Heading back to port, you will see the imposing Castel dell'Ovo, and the rocky Borgo Marinari, where boats bob and diners gather for cocktails. Continue to elegant Piazza Trieste e Trento and Piazza Plebiscito and admire an unforgettable view on the Gulf of Naples from the terraces of the Certosa di San Martino (closed on Wednesdays - replaced on that day with fortress of Castel Sant'Elmo, from which you can admire a 360 degrees panoramic view on Naples).

Naples: San Martino Tour with an Art Historian Guide

6. Naples: San Martino Tour with an Art Historian Guide

On the top of one of the Neapolitan hills, the Church of the Certosa di San Martino is a casket to one of the city's greatest treasures. Built in 1325 at the behest of the Duke Charles of Angiò, it was the mother church of the Order of the Certosini. After gathering with your guide outside the front of the church, enter the structure for a 2-hour guided tour. Around the cloister of the Monastery, the small cells demonstrate the need for peace and prayer sought by all monks. The great renovation of 1590 led the church of the Certosa to be one of the largest artistic construction sites in Southern Italy. Workers from Rome and from all parts of the Viceregno were charged with renewing the great church. These works lasted for about a century, with several interruptions and modifications in between. Today it is obvious that these works paid off. From the vault to the wonderful floor, each side chapel and every room is a priceless treasure. The beauty here is overwhelming from the inside out, with the city skyline looking crisp and wonderful on sunny days, and poetic and fascinating even in the rain.

Naples Half-Day Private Tour by Vintage Fiat 500 or 600

7. Naples Half-Day Private Tour by Vintage Fiat 500 or 600

If you’ve heard the expression, "See Naples and Die", then this 5-hour panoramic tour will show you why, without the need for the last bit! You’ll be touring by vintage Fiat 500 or 600, some of the most iconic cars ever produced in Italy. Your driver will take you on a route that includes, but is not limited to, the Parco Virgiliano (entrance), the little fishing village of Marechiaro, and views of Nisida. You’ll nip down Via Petrarca and Via Orazio to see the sanctuary of Sant'Antonio a Posillipo, and the promenade of Largo Sermoneta. Other highlights include the Egg Castle (Castel dell'Ovo) and the harbor at Borgo Marinari. Admire handsome plazas, such as the squares of Trieste e Trento and Plebiscito and discover an unforgettable view on the Gulf of Naples from the terraces of the Certosa di San Martino (closed on Wednesdays - replaced on that day with fortress of Castel Sant'Elmo, from which to admire a 360 degrees panoramic view on Naples). The Fiat 600 D is undoubtedly the symbol of the economic growth of the 1960s. Designed by engineer Dante Giacosa, the Fiat 600 is a little jewel of a car with a popular place in Italian history. Fiat 600 and Fiat 500 are very classic cars and will let you savour the charm of an Italian wonder. Zooming around in these beautiful vehicles you'll notice the nostalgic glances of passers-by who have their own Fiat 600-themed memories.

Naples Contrasts and Panoramic Walking Tour

8. Naples Contrasts and Panoramic Walking Tour

Bask in the history and magnificent views of Naples through this guided urban trekking tour. Visit historical sites, climb the Pedamentina Stairs, and stop at the market of Pignasseca for a firsthand experience of Neapolitan culture and cuisine. Meet your guide outiside Montesanto Station , and start with funicular ride to Vomero hill . Reach the Belvedere of San Martino, best viewpoint of the city and be amazed by the panoramic view it offers. Start your tour by learning about the history of the monastery San Martino and its transformation into a Neapolitan civic museum. Continue your tour by urban trekking through the ancient path of the Pedamentina. The Pedamentina boasts 414 steps and dates back to the fourteenth century. Along this urban masterpiece, admire not only the breathtaking view of the Gulf of Naples but also the beautiful gardens of the monastery. To wrap up your tour, stop at the famous local market of Pignasecca where you can immerse yourself in the flavors of Naples. Have the opportunity to try food from the stalls, delis, bakeries, and pastry shops. Being the heart of Neapolitan street food, the market of Pignasecca is not one to disappoint.

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(23 reviews)

App works very slowly. But in general, the internet in Naples often disappears and is not stable, even if you are on the surface and not in the subway. We simply registered on the Artecard website and took a scan there. Everything in museums is first class, and in general the same applies to transport. The only thing is that the QR code cannot be read on the subway etc - but the staff always help and let you through. In terms of price-performance ratio: very good.

I just came back from Naples where I used Artecard for 3 days. It is activated on the phone once there but you must have taken steps a few days before. It allows you to go in front of everyone for visits, which is royal. One downside: the Villa of Mysteries in Pompeii is not included with Artecard, a big disappointment.

Great choice to get around in Naples, although there are monuments such as the catacombs or underground Naples that are not worth it because you access others such as the archaeological museum, royal palace or new castle. It pays off very well

We met 2 lovely Italian ladies today and they drove and informed us for 5 hours with many stops. It was excellent and the best way to see the beautiful viewpoints in Napoli. We would recommend this experience especially in the Fiat 600.

The card was really useful and allowed us to spend 3 wonderful days in Naples without the worry of queues at museums or transport tickets, the only precaution was to activate the passes before reaching the metro due to line problems.