This is not the Naples Underground experience that gets great reviews and which we loved. This is no more than an ok experience and way too expensive when you consider the other experience.
About Complesso Monumentale San Lorenzo Maggiore - La Neapolis Sotterrata
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well worth the visit and money - guide was very interesting and knowledgeable and her spoken English as a second language was excellent and happy to answer questions
Not to be confused with Napoli Sotteranea (blue banners outside). We accidentally paid for this tour when we wanted the other tour, they are very close to each other and have the same name. I thought the other tour was better than this one but...More
San Lorenzo is easily accessible in the middle of the old town. We took the one hour tour with a guide and felt that the one Euro additional charge atop the normal entry fee really made the "layered city of Napoli" come to life. The...More
A secret hidden underground city in the heart of Naples. The guide, Cara, was very excellent, she explained us the history of the city, the greek and roman origins and a lot of curiosity. There is also a museum included in the ticket price, but...More
We confused this site with Napoli Sotteranea like a few other reviewers, as the doorway has a banner of Napoli sotteranea above - misleading. But at the end of the day, it was our own fault for not searching well enough. Tour just about 1...More
A nice detour that highlights the Roman past of the city. Right there, in the middle of the city, you enter a church like many others throughout the city but this one hides a treasure in the form of a Roman street well preserved, right...More
Visits are scheduled for every two hours, we used our Arte Card to get a discount, only had to pay 1 Euro for the tour guide, otherwise you can go around and visit on your own, but do recommend to use the guide as it...More
Your ticket includes an informative guided tour of the underground market complex below the city centre that dates from Greek and Roman times. It is a large, magnificent structure that is still being excavated in places and well worth a visit.