The apartment can be reached by Metro Line 2 from Piazza Garibaldi and get off at Piazza Amedeo. From here you can take two bus lines C27or128 and get off at the Santissima Trinità Church and you are in front of the door of the house.
Or line 1 from Piazza Garibaldi, stop "Quattro Giornate"
go Aniello Falcone and 16 minutes on foot downhill .
The apartment consists of a large panoramic room with two sofa beds, a bedroom. with a single bed, a table, a bathroom with shower, a microwave to cook
The apartment is semipanoramic and very bright and sunny, on the second floor, consisting of a shared entrance as a photo, the main room and air conditioned with semi-anatomical, bright balcony with balcony overlooking Sorrento, also has two cupboards enough capacious and two sofa beds each with two beds, square or french measure, there is another room with a perfect bed for relax reading with a bathtub and fridge, and microwave as well as photo
The entrance to the apartment is shared, There is also a large paid parking, H 24, 40 meters from the house where it is also possible to rent bicycles
..f.or connections, possibility of car transfer from the airport to the house and vice versa
The apartment is reachable from the metro station from Piazza Garibaldi Linea 2 to Piazza Amedeo stop,
from here you can reach us via two bus lines both C27 and 128 stop Santissima Trinità Church.
In addition, line 128 also stays at Via Generale Orsini (Santa Lucia area)
The stop 128 from Molo Beverello (where Alibus station is located) is only 5 minutes on foot, then take Line 128 from Santa Lucia and head straight to Santissima Trinità Church and you are right in front of the front door. There is one Taxi parking 20 meters from the house.
And Then .....
I have a passion for cooking Neapolitan recipes ......
We are just a stone's throw from the sea and if you want to rent a kayak, from Posillipo you can admire all the enchanting and evocative coastline with free marina excursion "Today I was given the crazy joy, dedicating all my time to these incomparable beauties. It's nice to say, to tell, to paint, but they are above all description: the beach, the gulf, the sea creeks, Vesuvius, the city, the suburbs, the castles, the villas! Posillipo's cave, when the sun goes through its rays on the other side, forgave all those who lose their head for this city and remembered with my father's tenderness, which had kept an inconceivable impression of the objects I saw today for the first time. " (Johann Wolfgang Goethe)