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Certosa e Museo di San Martino Napoli

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Certosa e Museo di San Martino Napoli

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Mt. Vesuvius and Pompeii Day Trip from Naples all inclusive
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Mt. Vesuvius and Pompeii Day Trip from Naples all inclusive

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Don't waste your precious vacation time planning out your own tour of Mt. Vesuvius and Pompeii. Let a guide take care of the finer details on a stress-free trip from Naples. Travel between the sites with ease on an air-conditioned coach; hike to the summit of Mt. Vesuvius; and discover little-known info from a guide. Lunch and round-trip hotel transport are included for a seamless experience.
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Notts01 wrote a review Sep 2020
Nottingham, United Kingdom384 contributions152 helpful votes
Easy to access by taking the funicular railway from Montesanto station. It’s only a ten minute walk from Morghen and worth visiting. The highlight is definitely the Presepe Cuciniello which is stunning. The main courtyard has seen better days, but the views of the bay of Naples are fantastic.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Francebert wrote a review Aug 2020
Brussels, Belgium6 contributions12 helpful votes
monastery located in the upper part of the city with beautiful cloisters, splendid traditional nativity scenes and a beautiful painting by the painter Ribera
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Olafs O wrote a review Feb 2020
Westcliff-on-Sea, United Kingdom316 contributions45 helpful votes
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After long climb up the stairs thowards Castle of Sant Elmo I realized I have plenty of time and I decided to just see how much is the museum ticket. When entering the security guard said its free the day. So I decided why not must be a sign. It was well worth it. There were caridges, boats, ship models weapons and pieces of art that is so wowee to see. I am fan of the historic artifacts and being able to see the swords, pistols and so many other pieces of history gave me big pleasure. The chapels that are also part of the museum were majestic, all the paintings, altars, the yard there is its all just so grand. There was rain and it made the views out of the windows and from the balcony so beautiful. If I had more time I would just have enjoyed sitting outside in the yard. It is a must see place.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Ray L wrote a review Jan 2020
Pulborough, United Kingdom194 contributions75 helpful votes
This place was not too big, but has a great selection of artefacts in the museum. The ceilings are to die for in the main church building. Even has a maritime section with a couple of boats and models size ones too. Nice little finish coming down from the Castel Sant'Elmo!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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FenechDumink wrote a review Jan 2020
Malta76 contributions67 helpful votes
The best way to get to this gem, perched on, literally, a small urban mountain, is by cablecar (funiculare). Once you're up there it's already a treat to have the whole of Naples, Gulf and all, at your feet. The Certosa complex then is a wonder to experience. The monastery itself is a retreat of tranquillity. But the interior of the several halls behind the chapel are something else. There is so much art and artefact that you would need several hours to take them in properly. And even if you're not an art buff, you can allow yourself to be impressed by the quality and the concentration of works under one roof. After you're done, make sure to descend the 'mountain' on foot using the old stairs that take you down to not far from where you came from.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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