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A large square that seems always to be full of people and dogs!
On a nice day it's an ideal place to sit and people watch, buy unusual presents, eat fantastic food and appreciate some stunning architecture.
Full of character. Leads to the main walkway, Toledo & also through Port Alba to the even more charming Piazza Bellini.
But it's a bit grubby & the bars are poor- expensive & touristy.
They need to learn how to use litter bins! So do...More
Busy busy busy. Big square that always has something going on. Insane traffic on one side, fantastic architecture and statues on the other. Homeless people sleeping next to the metro entrance. Usually a seat can be found but the seats are concrete. Loads of stalls...More
Now we had got shot of our tour guide, we took the opportunity to relax in this beautiful square. and get stuck into a Neapolitan pizza and a cooling beer/Aperol Spritz here in Piazza Dante, named after the poet Dante. The pizza was wonderful and...More
This square is located in one of Naples' most famous streets and shopping areas near Toledo Station. In the center of the square there is a statue of the famous Italian writer Dante Alighieri in honor of his role in the unification of Italy through...More
Perhaps choosing a restaurant in the vicinity of a large tv screen, on the evening of the World Cup semi final, was not one of my best plans. The piazza was lovely, however, away from traffic, yet plenty of buzz. The restaurant wasn’t busy, all...More
This square gets its name form the famous Italian poet & writer Dante Alighieri,. There is a statue of Dante in the centre of the square.
The square is located near the National Archeological Museum and close to via Toledo which is the most famous...More
This large piazza adjacent via Toledo is dominated by the memorial to the poet, Dante Alighieri, composer of the most important literary work in the Italian language, his Divine Comedy. There are a number of important and historical buildings, Convitto Nazionale Vittorio Emanvele, the churches...More
beautiful city, Piazza Dante is a lovely family centred area, and really comes to life in the evenings, with families coming out in the evenings to relax, chat and just chill out. We stayed nearby and it was really a pleasant surprise to have this...More
Hi, I am thinking of taking the Sulga bus from Rome to Assisi; I believe it arrives at Piazza Dante Alghieri but I can´t seem to find any bus line to take me into town. I´ll be staying near Duomo. Is there a way or would it just be easier to take the train into Assisi?
June 01, 2011|
Thankyou so much for the reply; I actually do want to get to the Duomo di San Rufino because I eill be staying near there. Ten minute walk I can do! :)
Toms River, New Jersey
Molo Beverello to Piazza Dante (4 Replies)
What is the easiest way to get from the Molo Beverello to Piazza Dante? I see it's Metro line 1 yellow on the metro map but I can't find "Molo Beverello" There are several "ship" icons but again not sure which. If I were to guess would it be the Centrale /Augusteo? I will have to return back to catch a ferry to Sorrento same day. I don't know if I should buy a metro/bus pass. Hoping someone can fill me in. Thank you :)
August 24, 2016|
The station is called Municipio - it's beside the castle which you can't miss. Dante is the second stop on the line after Toledo.
piazza dante naples (1 Reply)
We are considering the Hotel Megaron by the Piazza Dante Metro stop and am wondering if anyone knows about this hotel and also if the area around Piazza Dante is okay.