An ideal place for relaxation after tiring days spent exploring the city. Bright, airy and comfortable room, close to the picturesque Borgo Vergini, in the historic center but far from the noise of the city, in a typically popular context where you can experience directly with the real Naples. there are two subway lines less than 10 minutes walk and many sites of tourist interest. bars, supermarkets, pharmacies, excellent pizzerias and private parking a few meters from home
we offer a solution of accommodation in a private room, in a shared apartment: the kitchen and the bathroom are shared with another bedroom. the place is suitable for families, friends and couples who want to discover a picturesque and authentic Naples.
We provide bed linen, towels and soaps, there is a hairdryer in the bathroom and the kitchen is sufficiently equipped to prepare meals: cooking utensils, 4-burner stove, oven, fridge and electric kettle.
the internet is strong and covers the whole apartment.
The room has a window overlooking a typical Neapolitan urban environment, it is very light and airy. there is an armchair and a chair with a small table so you can have your own private space for breakfast
The house is located ten minutes from the main tourist sites, in fact you can easily reach the area of the decumani, the national archelogical museum, via dei Tribunali, Spaccanapoli, San Gregorio Armeno, the Chapel of San Severo, Piazza Dante and the whole historic city of the center. It is also a great location to enjoy the neighborhood, in fact under the house there are numerous pizzerias, bars, pastry shops, supermarkets and pharmacies and sites of considerable cultural interest: Palazzo San Felice, the Palazzo Spagnolo, the Fontanelle cemetery and various catacomb sites
It is possible to arrive by car and park nearby, even if the place is not insured, being the typical streets of the historic center, a few meters from the house there is a convenient paid private parking that could be the optimal solution.
Naples is notoriously noisy, but this apartment is in an ideal condition to enjoy the popularity of the surrounding environment while maintaining a state of quiet and silence in the house.
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 mobility difficulties on the third floor of an old building without a lift.
Being in Blue room means immersing yourself in the authenticity of Naples, we recommend it to anyone who wants to know an original piece of this magical city.
the apartment is near to borgo vergini, a place into Sanità district but nearest the main center. The Sanità district corresponding to an area located north of the viceregal walls of Naples to the slopes of the Capodimonte hill.
The district is among the richest for monumental presences and sites of historical-cultural interest, among the most noteworthy there are certainly the historic buildings such as the Palazzo del Spagnolo, built in 1738, the project, including the construction of the monumental scale double ramp was used to perform a real social life, in full baroque style is one of the most beautiful buildings in Naples.
The Palazzo Sanfelice, built between 1724 and 1728, by Ferdinando Sanfelice who plans his house there to escape from the crowded center. On the twin portals in piperno and marble there are eighteenth-century plaques between the sirens and the balcony on the first floor.
The Sanità district is also known for having given birth to Totò, actor symbol of the comedy show in Italy, nicknamed "the prince of laughter", was born in fact in via Santa Maria Antesaecula (one minute from our house you can indeed see his home), between the streets of the district is often the face of the actor to whom bars and various venues are dedicated.
Very interesting is also the village of the Virgins, also called Baroque village for the predominant style in its architecture, it is the first area that meets before reaching the real health (for those coming from Via Foria).
It is a very lively part of the city constituted by the Via dei Vergini, home to a daily and thriving open-air market.
The subsoil of Health is a context of extraordinary cultural interest for the archaeological and historical-artistic stratification that testifies, without interruption, the funerary ideology in Naples from the end of the fourth century. B.C. to the present day. Several sections of the Hellenistic necropolis, the magnificent complexes of the Catacombs of San Gennaro, the Catacombs of San Gaudioso, the Catacombs of San Severo are known. The famous Fontanelle Cemetery, built inside a gigantic tuff quarry dug under the hill of Materdei, represents, together with the cult of the pezzentelle souls, the relationship that the Neapolitan people have always had with the afterlife, the cemetery welcomes about 40,000 remains of people, victims of the great plague of 1656 and cholera of 1836.
A list of some present complexes:
Hellenistic Necropolis of Neapolis (end IV - beginning III century BC)
Catacombs of Life (2nd century, exact location remains unknown)
Catacombs of San Gennaro (2nd century)
Catacombs of San Severo (end of the 4th century)
Catacombs of San Gaudioso (5th century)
Catacombs of San Vito (below the former San Camillo hospital, of uncertain date)
Catacombs of Sant'Eufemia (near the vicolo dei Lammatari, of uncertain dating)
Catacombs of San Fortunato (near the vicolo dei Lammatari, of uncertain dating)
Cemetery of the Fontanelle (XVII - XIX century)
In this district, a large number of films have been shot including:
The gold of Naples (1954), by Vittorio De Sica, with Totò, Eduardo de Filippo, Sophia Loren, Silvana Mangano
Yesterday, today, tomorrow, with Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni
"The theft is the soul of the trade!? ...", with Alighiero Noschese and a very young Enrico Montesano
The ghost of via Sanità, episode of the film Pacco, double packet and counterattack (1993) by Nanni Loy, with Marina Confalone and Gerardo Scala appearing in this episode
A couple of theatrical works by Eduardo de Filippo are set in Sanità: The mayor of the Sanità and Il Cione district, the latter set in a basement in via dei Cristallini.
Health was the setting of the television miniseries' O professor that tells of a professor, played by Sergio Castellitto, who fights to give a future to the boys of the neighborhood and remove them from social hardship and the Camorra.
At Sanità are set the two novels Benvenuti in casa Esposito (Giunti, 2012) and Welcome back home Esposito (Giunti, 2013) by the writer Pino Imperatore.
Some scenes of the third series of Gomorrah and some shots of the television series "Sense8" have also been jigged.
Napoli, Campania, อิตาลี