How many different Naples Underground routes are there?
There are a number of underground routes in Naples that include tunnels, galleries, catacombs, and burial grounds. The most important is the Naples Underground cobered above, which begins near Via dei Tribunali. The second, known as "La Napoli Sotteranea", begins on Vico Sant'Anna near Piazza Trieste e Trento.
Another interesting underground site is the Bourbon Tunnel (also known as the Bourbon Gallery), which has three entrances: Vico del Grottone (in Piazza Plebiscito), Via Monte di Dio, and near the D. Morelli parking area. There are a number of different routes inside the tunnel, from classic walking tours to speleological excursions for the more adventurous visitor.
How much to Naples Underground tickets cost?
Tickets to the Naples Underground cost €10; children under five years old enter free and there are discounts for visitors younger than 18. Other underground experiences cost between €10 and €20, depending on the length and type of tour (spelunking excursions generally cost more since they include specialized equipment).
Can I visit Naples Underground if I’m claustrophobic?
For the tour that begins from Piazza San Gaetano, there is only one portion of the route that is very tight and visitors can sit that portion out in a more spacious cavern. That said, the entire site is underground so can be a challenge despite the wide tunnels and chambers.
Do I need to book tickets to Naples Underground in advance?
Yes, Naples Underground is one of the most popular attractions in Naples and visitor numbers are limited each day, so it’s a good idea to book your ticket in advance so you can ensure your spot for a tour at the time and in the language you prefer.
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How long does the underground tour last?
t takes about an hour to complete the Naples Underground tour