A very convenient cafe that has a range of toasties and cakes. I absolutely loved the tea they served.
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A great restaurant located off the roads on the plaza in front of Napoli station, making it comfortable, relatively calm and quiet sufficiently far from the usual Napoli traffic chaos. The menu was relatively standard Italian - nothing amazingly inspiring or different and prices were...More
We went for a breakfast while waiting for our train because the paninis and pastries were looking great. And they tasted so! A great variety of croissants, paninis, pastries, salads and drinks - there is something for every taste. The capucchino is served like a...More
Travelling in around Naples and the Amalfi coast can be best described as a nightmare. The second leg of our Italian adventure would involve taking the high speed train to Rome. What to do for lunch? Given Naples' reputation we didn't fancy hunting around, the...More
We need to hang out for 4 hours in the station waiting for the night train to Palermo. This was one of the place that was downstairs close to the restrooms (pay toilets) and on the way to Garibaldi station. It was inviting and they...More
Took a break in this little Cafe after a journey from Sorrento and before we travelled to Rome. One of the most delicious coffees and bread sandwiches which contained roasted vegetables - I think it was called - pantelleria- It was so tasty and really...More
My friend and I really enjoyed this boulangerie, with its good selection of food, and convenient location at the central station of Naples, right by the Circumvesuviana. The macaroons were great (if they are fresh, the non-fresh ones were hard). Great espresso, and great food!...More
can be found at the Café Vyta in Napoli Centrale. Super friendly staff made this my favorite stop en route to the Circumvesuviana.
Looking for a bite to eat before heading off to Rome my wife and I chanced upon the Vyta cafe in the lower level of the Napoli Centrale station. Vyta is small and very busy, but the two young men operating it made customers feel...More