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Cattedrale di Pozzuoli
#1 of 51 things to do in Pozzuoli
Rione Terra
#2 of 51 things to do in Pozzuoli
Interesting for children as well since there are also multimedia instalations.
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Vulcano Solfatara
#6 of 51 things to do in Pozzuoli
The owner has a range of jewellery featuring lava rocks (collected twice a year) and cameos and speaks passionately of his family business.
Very interesting, especially for younger kids, Good gift shop and good icecream!
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Lago d'Averno
#4 of 51 things to do in Pozzuoli
As we sit we watch young lovers walking by, old lovers taking selfies and families stopping for a while to take in the site.
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Baia Archeological Park
#7 of 51 things to do in Pozzuoli
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Flavian Amphitheater
#3 of 51 things to do in Pozzuoli
The children loved exploring this area and happily spent the best part of an hour playing.
The area is well preserved, good for families of all ages and us oldies too.
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Macellum (Temple of Serapis)
#5 of 51 things to do in Pozzuoli
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Cumae (Cuma)
#8 of 51 things to do in Pozzuoli
Children free adults €4, this should be overrun with tourists & yet only a handful when we visited, don't miss it.
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Sibyl's Cave (Antro della Sibilla)
#9 of 51 things to do in Pozzuoli
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Oasi Naturalistica di Montenuovo
#12 of 51 things to do in Pozzuoli
Lungomare Yalta
#11 of 51 things to do in Pozzuoli
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Arco Felice a Cuma
#10 of 51 things to do in Pozzuoli
Monte Nuovo Beach
#35 of 51 things to do in Pozzuoli
Via Caracciolo e Lungomare di Napoli Naples 5.1 mi away
#18 of 801 things to do in Naples
Packed with happy families and friends enjoying a fabulous Napoli passeggiata.
I always made sure I had a seat right on the edge to have the best view on the bay and admired the port where my family left for America 100 years ago.
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Ospedale delle Bambole Naples 7.4 mi away
#15 of 801 things to do in Naples
He shared the unique history of the wonderful family who cherished dolls and the children who loved them and continue the legacy .
It was interesting to both the adults and the kids, and Luigi, the greatest guide, has accompanied us with great enthusiasm and cheerfulness.
Chiesa dei Santi Filippo e Giacomo - Complesso Museale dell'Arte della Seta Naples 7.3 mi away
#9 of 801 things to do in Naples
My sister and I traveled to Italy to explore our Marco Polo Family Ties connection and what a gem we stumbled upon.
Toledo (Stazione della Metropolitana dell'Arte) Naples 6.8 mi away
#28 of 801 things to do in Naples
Beautiful spot for the kids and adults to look at the decor - makes you relax and gives you a very calm feeling especially when tired travelling on metro.
For adults and children.
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Galleria Borbonica Naples 6.4 mi away
#7 of 801 things to do in Naples
The tour was very interesting (sometimes even funny) and our tour guide Fabiana would share lively a lot of information on the tunnels and on the Borbon family history.
Interesting also for kids and teenagers- we took the "adventure" version of the tour which includes a ride on a rustic raft along a subterranean stream of water (this one requires booking in advance)
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Orto Botanico di Napoli Naples 7.8 mi away
#44 of 801 things to do in Naples
Grotta di Seiano Naples 3.2 mi away
#20 of 801 things to do in Naples
Acquaquiglia del Pozzaro Naples 6.7 mi away
#12 of 801 things to do in Naples
This cave house was occupied until 1955 by the owners grandmother and 8 children.
Parco Archeologico Pausilypon Naples 3.2 mi away
#16 of 801 things to do in Naples
Posillipo Naples 5.0 mi away
#30 of 801 things to do in Naples
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Piazza del Plebiscito Naples 6.7 mi away
#42 of 801 things to do in Naples
Couples walking around, famílies chatting sitting on the steps, kids playing football all mixed with tourists like us ready to visit the wonderful basílica de San Francesco da Paola
The kids loved running around the huge square (not too many places you can do that in Naples) whilst we admired the majestic buildings and statues.
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Piscina Mirabilis - Miseno Bacoli 2.9 mi away
#1 of 26 things to do in Bacoli
Children might not like the place but people interested in history will love it.
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Catacombe di San Gennaro Naples 7.4 mi away
#8 of 801 things to do in Naples
Thanks to the help of a local priest, the area has undergone a transformation and the local children have been educated and given work as guides and protectors of their heritage.
It will give you a glimpse of how it was centuries ago and you can visit it with kids unlike the cemetery where it can be a bit harsh for kids.
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Chiesa e Chiostro di San Gregorio Armeno Naples 7.3 mi away
#27 of 801 things to do in Naples
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Chiesa di San Giovanni a Carbonara Naples 7.6 mi away
#14 of 801 things to do in Naples
Turns out to have some very nice and easily visible statues of a local noble family.
Where advised by friends to visit this site did not disappoint the whole family where blown away with it most definitely worth the over 1 hour wait Do not miss this place
Royal Park of Capodimonte Naples 8.6 mi away
#49 of 801 things to do in Naples
You can tell it’s admired by the Napoli people - there were many families there during the Sunday afternoon we visited.
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Spaccanapoli Naples 7.1 mi away
#34 of 801 things to do in Naples
The laundry hanging from the balconies melt into the surrounding chaos of traffic, foot traffic, small family-run stores, cafes, pastry shops, winding alleyways and animated conversations complete with hand gestures.
You're walking in the feet of the Romans, & it's easy at times to imagine it, till you have to avoid a motorini with a whole family on board.
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