A Casa di Mamma B&B
Napoli is a wonderful city with a strong personality.
History, arts, cults and the beautiful landscapes make it a very nonpareil place; to catch its effective beauty and all its different sides you need to live Napoli as much as you can.
Few days are not enough, for most Neapolitans a lifetime is not enough.
So if you have little time but you’re willing to feel it and make it yours, you just need to let yourself go and get lost through the little streets heading to the seaside, go up to the hills, here where everything is unique, and nothing is just made up for tourists, not so many cities are so alive as Napoli is.
Whilst staying at my B&B, if you want i can suggest proper itineraries that will take you to the most touristic and the most intimate places that we have got.
You will see how Napoli is not an ordinary city.
A casa di Mamma B&B denotes my love for Napoli, a love that i got from my family that i gave to my children and I hope I will give to my guests.
Welcome to Napoli, Welcome A Casa di Mamma.
Hotel Rooms: 2.
In renovating and furnishing my B&B I set the same care and attention i would have set in doing the same for me and my family, a bright yellow on the walls remembers of the outside color of many building in Napoli, the furniture is the result of the long hand-crafting tradition of my city, the dishes where you will eat your breakfast, the linen, the tends, nothing was left out.
A warm and familiar place where my guests can feel like home and totally free to move, knowing they can count on my help and advice.
If you want, with a cup of coffee, a piece of cake or some traditional patisserie, the breakfast can become the perfect chance for a chat where I will reveal some small secrets of my beloved city.
The free Wi-fi, the bathrooms totally new and provided with every comfort, the possibility for adding an extra bed or cradle for you children, the heating system are just some small details that will make your stay really comfortable.
A casa di mamma B&B is situated in Via Salvator Rosa n°284, a few minutes walk from the two M1 stations of Salvator Rosa or Museo.
Both of them belong to the so called “Stations of the arts” being designed the first by Alessandro Mendini the other by Gae Aulenti.
In a few minutes you can reach the Funicolare di Montesanto stop in Corso Vittorio Emanuele and just down the street there are the bus stop for several daily and night lines.
If you love walking you can easily reach the old town, walk up to the Vomero, where you will find one of the most beautiful living and shopping area of the city, you can walk Corso Vittorio Emanuele and enjoy its beautiful view, enter the Spanish Quarters, reach Parco Margherita and enjoy the beauty of the Neapolitan liberty style.
If you really love walking, you can get to the very end of Corso Vittorio Emanuele and reach Mergellina, the seaside and Posillipo.
One of the most magical place of my city.
Just walking you will discover and appreciate the different souls of Napoli that will come up on your way.
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