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Where to stay in Naples: Best areas and hotels

Naples isn't an expensive city if we compare it with other Italian cities. It is a city with many interesting places to visit and you can visit it in 2 or 3 days.

It has a reputation for being a dangerous city, and despite reading a lot of negative comments about it, it did not give us this feeling of insecurity. However, like any other destination, you always have to be careful and not go too confident. Looking for a hotel in a good area is the best option to start your trip on the right foot.

The historic center was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and you should not only include the city center in your route, some of the essential places to visit are Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius.

If your intention is to take a getaway for more days, I suggest you take a route through Naples, Pompeii, Mount Vesuvius and the Amalfi Coast.

Where to stay in Naples: Best areas and hotels


1. Plebiscito and surroundings, one of the best areas to stay in Naples

The Plaza del Plebiscito is the starting point to visit all the places of interest. They are all around and although some times you will have to use the subway, the vast majority of places you can visit on foot. In this huge square of 25,000 m2 there are some places of interest such as the Royal Palace, among others.

It is a very safe area to stay in Naples due to its large tourist influx. It is not a remote or problematic area.

You can find some average hotels from 60 euros for a double room per night. You have many options from different categories to choose from.

Some great options where to stay in Plaza Plebiscito and surrounding areas:

2. Stay at Molo Beverello

The Molo Beverello port is an option to stay in Naples. It is further from the center, but it is a tourist area and is a great option if you are booking one of the ferries that leave for Capri. You have quite a few accommodation options that are very well priced.

Some great options where to stay in Molo Beverello:

Where to stay in Naples: Best areas and hotels

3. Vomero, another quiet option for those who have more time to visit the city without rushing

Vomero is an alternative to stay if you have time to visit the city calmly. It is located on the outskirts, so if you only have one or two days to get to know Naples I do not recommend it. You will waste a lot of time in transportation.

Vomero was always a residential neighborhood intended for the upper bourgeoisie. There they built their villas and palaces away from the hustle and bustle of the city. And today you can see the contrast between the old villas and the new buildings.

It is a very beautiful and pleasant area.

Some great options where to stay in Vomero:

Where to stay in Naples: Best areas and hotels



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