HOW TO FIND US.
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Situated on one of the oldest parts of the historical centre,
Via Monte Calvario, a short distance away from Via Toledo, we're
easily reached by the underground stop of Montesanto, or by
bus at the stop in P.zza Carità. It's surrounded by offices,
services, commercial centres close to the Beverello Pier, from
which visitors can catch ferry boats for the islands of Capri,
Procida and Sorrento. From the Hotel, in five minutes by foot,
visitors can reach all the monuments, museums and oldest churches
in Naples. The Personnel of the Hotel are at the disposition
of guests to reveal the secrets of this beautiful City.
OF ARTISTIC INTEREST NEAR TO THE HOTEL TOLEDO
DORIA D'ANGRI: Situated at the corner between Via Toledo and
Piazza VII Settembre. It was built in 1755 by Luigi Vanvitelli.
From its balcony, Giuseppe Garibaldi proclaimed, after Naples
was conquered on the 7th of settembre 1860, the union to the Reign
of the Due (two) Sicilie in Italy.
MADDALONI: was built by Cesare d'Avalos in 1582 and ransomed
in the 18th Century by the Carafa di Maddaloni, who trusted
its growth in size to Cosimo Fonzago; and saw the construction
of hanging open gallery and the magnificent doorway in Via Maddaloni.
The grande staircases were richly decorated by Fiacomo Del Po,
Francesco De Mura and Fedele Fischetti.
The cathedral is set back slightly in respect to the road and
closed in by two buildings. On that same spot, there were probably
already places of worship which occupied the area during the
Greek-Roman era. It was built at the request of Carlo d'Angiò
or his son, Carlo lo Zoppo, in a Gothic-Angioino style. Due
to numerous earthquakes and various adjustments during changes
of royalty, the cathedral underwent mutations which changed
its structure profoundly. From the Gothic architecture, only
three doorways remain dating back to 1407. In its interior,
visitors can admire the Chapel of San Lorenzo, adorned with
frescoes from the first half of the 14th Century and attributed
to Lillo da Orvieto. The Tocco Chapel, the Minutolo Chapel and
the Santa Restituita Chapel, are all part of the Paleo-Christian
cathedral from the 4th Century. The San Gennaro Cathedral is
one with Naples, the chapel hosts the famous ampoules with the
blood of the Saint, which every year on the 19th September,
manifests a miracle. The cathedral should be visited on that
day, when there are hundreds of believers who invade it.
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TO GET TO HOTEL TOLEDO
Situated 2km's from the centre of Naples
At the Central Station of Naples in Piazza Garibaldi.
BY CAR OR COACH
From the A1 "Autostrada del Sole"
Drive along the A1 (Autostrada del Sole).
- Naples by car or bus
Public transportations: The public ATAN bus service for
the Beverello Pier: Line n° 3S (Ticket: €0,77). It
takes approx. 10 minutes. On arrival at the Beverello Pier,
the Hotel Toledo is easily reached on foot, by walking along
"Via San Carlo" then "Via Toledo." Then,
at the point where you come across the Prenatal shop, take the
lateral "Via Montecalvario" road.
transportations: Private line ALIBUS to Piazza Garibaldi.
Price L 2 EURO.
- Naples by taxi
Cost: €10 (US$10; GBP 7). Arrival is directly at the Hotel
Outside the station, from Piazza Garibaldi, the Hotel Toledo
is easily reached by bus n° 202 or the CS, where you need
to get off at the "Piazza Carità" stop, which
is only a short distance from the Hotel. Then walk along "Via
Toledo" and turn right into "Via Montecalvario"
which is near the Prenatal shop.
the Highway A1 (Autostrada del Sole), take the bypass and the
exit "Capodimonte", then straight to "Piazza
Carità" where you'll have to take "Via Toledo"
where you'll see the sign to get to the Hotel.
at Molo Beverello, Naples
here you can park your car, Hotel Toledo is easily reachable