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All reviews piazza dante nice shopping street long shopping clothes shops enjoyable afternoon nice stroll toledo street spanish quarter italian cities archaeological museum few hours worth a visit pizza bargains shoppers army napoli
Very busy shopping street but still with lots of old characterful buildings which still have courtyards & shops with old wooden fronts.
I'm not sure about the quality of the merchandise; I would stick to coffee & ice cream.
Behind is the Spanish quarter, full...More
Wad only in Naples for one day, being part of our cruise. Really enjoyed walking around these streets with so many different types of shops. It was great to see so many local artists displaying their painting, which were fairly reasonable in price. We purchased...More
Love Via Toledo!! Do your homework and know what to look for & you will be fine. Don't be a snob, lots of fakes but lots of good quality for us that care about getting good value. Chill, relax, enjoy!!!!
The place to be in, if you are in Naples. The atmosphere is wonderful, with locals & tourists alike busy shopping / strolling / clicking selfies. Great shopping bargains as well. Lovely place to sip coffee and do “people-watching”.
A busy street that does not seem to sleep with crowds at all times of the day. Very heavy security presence (police and army) but this felt very reassuring rather than threatening. Everyone very helpful and easy to get around.
Some interesting shops with good...More
After leaving the Archaeological Museum we decided to leisurely stroll this street, enjoy a snack, visit a few shops and admire the attractions. There are a few plazas, monuments and churches to view. My wife enjoyed browsing the smaller shops and stores while I was...More
I am going to Córdoba in July. Flying into Madrid and taking the train. After 3 or 4 days I want to hire a car and sightsee and then drive back to Madrid via Toledo for 2 nights. Anyone have advice re car rental, driving, anything! Thanks
June 26, 2015|
Response fromJuan J|
Hi tyghnm The rail station is a good place where you can rent a car here, there are three companies Avis, Europcar and Enterprise Atesa, Europcar is located bus station , opposite the rail station.
Madrid-Toledo-Cordoba-Seville in a day? (6 Replies)
Hi We are hiring a car to drive down to from Madrid.to Seville. Is it possible to leave Madrid, spend a few hours in Toledo and then few more hours in Cordoba and get to Seville by evening? Are they all on the way or are there detours? As an alternative, is it more advisable to drive to Seville from Madrid via Toledo and then do Cordoba as a half day trip from Seville? We only have 2 nights and half a day in Seville, so time is of the essence. Thanks in advance. Ganesh
February 21, 2016|
Too much for one day in my option. Both Toledo and Córdoba deserve, and need more time than that. Córdoba as a day trip from Seville is better. A car in Spanish cities can be more of a hassle than it is worth. If you do not really need a car, I suggest Toledo as a day trip by train from Madrid - just 30 minutes. Take AVE train from Madrid to Seville - just over 2 hours and then a day trip by train from Seville to Córdoba. If you need a car for further travels beyond Seville, hire a...More
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Best location for hotel in Naples (4 Replies)
We will be in Naples for just 1 1/2 days. I'm trying to find the best location for a hotel. We would like to go to Capri and be able to go to the center part of town near the Galleria. My son was there several years ago and mentioned via Toledo or via Roma? Do not need anything fancy just clean, comfortable and safe! Thank you for the help!!!😁
February 20, 2016|
I don't think there is a "best" - I think it is a matter of preference; I stay at Hotel Piazza Bellini (just a few streets away from the archeological museum) It is about 1 kilometer from the Bay (and/or port for the boats) and I walked there and back each day as I love being down by the bay but prefer staying in the heart of the city - and, I really like the very small Piazza Bellini; it is very close to Piazza Dante (on Via Toledo) and the metro stop there - Others prefer staying near...More