The season for this holiday is:
17 February 2019 - 22 December 2019
17 February 2020 - 31 October 2020
Palazzo Alabardieri, 2 nights: 17 February 2019 - 22 December 2019 & 17 February 2020 - 31 October 2020
Start any day | End by latest date(s) shown above
|Starting||Add on 2 nights||Single supplement|
|17 Feb - 8 Mar 2019||£190||£104|
|9 - 30 Mar 2019||£204||£120|
|31 Mar - 30 Jun 2019||£254||£172|
|1 Jul - 30 Aug 2019||£204||£120|
|31 Aug - 31 Oct 2019||£254||£172|
|1 - 29 Nov 2019||£212||£128|
|30 Nov - 20 Dec 2019||£264||£180|
|17 Feb - 7 Mar 2020||£198||£110|
|8 - 30 Mar 2020||£210||£128|
|31 Mar - 30 Jun 2020||£264||£176|
|1 Jul - 30 Aug 2020||£210||£128|
|31 Aug - 30 Oct 2020||£264||£176|
Includes accommodation and meals as described. No travel is included as it is assumed that you are travelling via the city as part of your main Inntravel holiday.
If you are flying via a different airport and would like us to arrange connecting travel, please contact us for a quotation.
Room upgrades (£ per person per night)
|Palazzo Alabardieri, Naples|
|Superior: 17 Feb - 22 Dec 2019||£8|
|Superior: 17 Feb - 31 Oct 2020||£8|
Extra nights (£ per person per night) in a double or single room
|Palazzo Alabardieri, Naples (B&B)||Double room||Single room|
|17 Feb - 08 Mar 2019||£84||£130|
|09 Mar - 30 Mar 2019||£90||£145|
|31 Mar - 30 Jun 2019||£110||£185|
|01 Jul - 30 Aug 2019||£90||£145|
|31 Aug - 31 Oct 2019||£110||£185|
|01 Nov - 29 Nov 2019||£94||£150|
|30 Nov - 20 Dec 2019||£116||£196|
|17 Feb - 07 Mar 2020||£87||£135|
|08 Mar - 30 Mar 2020||£92||£148|
|31 Mar - 30 Jun 2020||£116||£194|
|01 Jul - 30 Aug 2020||£92||£148|
|31 Aug - 01 Nov 2020||£116||£194|
Getting between Naples airport and the city (20km):
|Public transport||Approx. duration||Frequency|
|Bus||45 minutes||every 15-30 minutes to Piazza Garibaldi/central railway station|
|Train||20 minutes||every 40 minutes to Piazza Garibaldi/central railway station|
|Other options||Approx. duration||Approx. cost|
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Personal highlights - 4 super hotels; views from our 3 coastal bedrooms and dining rooms/terraces were gorgeous; stunning scenery. Weather super, but much of the walking needed our strong walking boots, so our feet were hot! We were very thankful not to be driving in this area. The roads were a nightmare - narrow and steep, hairpin bends; motorbikes weaving in and out of the cars, buses, pushbikes and at times pedestrians. Most cars seemed to have scratches on them. Even in Naples the traffic was crazy. Excellent food everywhere, from hotel breakfasts, the wonderful dinners at Merina Del Cantone and in the various restaurants we tried. Highly recommend 2 places near the Palazzo Alabardieri - Umbertos a few doors down and La Locanda Del Profeta in Vico Satriano.
INNTRAVEL NOTE: These customers combined our Naples City add-on with our walk The Sorrento Peninsula
The Valle delle Ferriere Nature reserve and the route from Colli di Fontanelle to Sant' Agata were very beautiful with spectacular scenery and superb displays of wild flowers. Our best meal was at Restorante Salvatore in Ravello. Top class food with a stupendous view up the Amalfi coast thrown in and all at a reasonable price.
On a practical note, we had planned to use our 2 days in Sorrento to visit Pompeii and Herculaneum on consecutive days so we bought Arte Campania 3 day passes at Naples train station on arrival (32 euros each). These are activated when you first use them which, in our case, was on the train to Pompeii from Sorrento. We got free admission to both sites plus the archaeology museum in Naples on the third day together with all train fares and buses. They more than paid for themselves and speeded up the queuing at ticket offices.
INNTRAVEL NOTE: These customers combined our Naples City add on with our 12 night Amalfi Coast Discovery walk
Puglia: Puglia is a very slow holiday. More for relaxing than sightseeing. The olive trees, many of which are over a thousand years old, are gorgeous. A visit to Santa Caterina d'Alessandria in Galatina, for its frescos, is well worth the effort. Dinners at Masseria il Frantoio, near Ostuni, can be ordered in four or six courses, and are not as overwhelming as the wine-accompanied eight-course dinner that is suggested by Inntravel. They're equally delicious, but with less wine and food.
Matera: Matera was part of the backdrop in the new Wonderwoman movie; it's where the Amazon women lived. The cave area (the "sassi") is amazing, and magical. Inntravel's suggested city walk through the Sassi covered all the important sites in the town. We especially liked San Pietro Caveoso church, because it was old and serene.
Naples: Naples is very vibrant, morning till night. The neighborhood that the Inntravel hotel, Palazzo Alabardieri, is located in has great shops and restaurants. The hotel has good recommendations for the restaurants, including Umberto, just down the block. There is an upscale grocery store just across the street from the hotel, where we bought a few things. Fun to just look through. If Naples is your extension after the Amalfi Coast and Villages holiday, a taxi from Positano to the Naples hotel is part of the package, and provided by the Positano hotel; ask the hotel in Positano to taxi you to Pompeii and take the bags further on to the Naples hotel. You can tour ancient Pompeii and then easily catch the Circumvesuviana train (right near the Pompeii ruins) to Herculaneum and then on to the train station in Naples, and the 151 bus to Piazza Vittoria, near the hotel. Trains run late, or otherwise irregularly, and you may have to stand, but hang on to your passport and wallet and you'll be fine. Well worth it.
Amalfi Coast and Villages: Plan for your walk from Bomerano to Positano be on a weekday; the Italians are all out on the weekends, our walk along the Sentieri degli Dei was very crowded. Hotel Buca di Bacco in Positano is a beautiful hotel right at the beach--upgrade to seaview. The most romantic place we've stayed, maybe ever. Their restaurant is fabulous.
INNTRAVEL NOTE: These customers enjoyed our 'A Journey through Puglia' holiday followed by 2 nights at the Locanda di San Martino in Matera then 2 nights in Naples at the Palazzo Alabardieri before, and after, our 'Amalfi Coast & Villages' walking holiday.