|Monday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Tuesday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
We were fortunate to get an excellent guide. The tour was a lot more exciting and interesting than I expected. If you see that your group is going to be huge, keep your tickets and come back for a later time. (We arrived in time to join a group of 60 at 4:00. We chose to come back at 6 and the group was about 30...much better! )
Great tour guide for our English tour. Really interesting going through the underground. The operators should probably have mentioned the tight spaces before entering though. Some people may struggle size wise and some may simply not like it. Enjoyable!
Whether by design or chance, our group's size for this tour was about 15, which was ideal. For this reason I enjoyed this tour much better than the Bourbon Tunnel tour in which I was one of 40 in a herd of cattle. This tour is well lit, ventilated, has water to demonstrate the aqueducts, and even provides candles for a segment in which you will navigate tight spaces (the info hostess at the central train station told me the candle was for the spirits). The final part is a brief encounter with the remains of a Roman theater. A BBC show called "Italy's Hidden Cities" used 3D mapping technology to map Naples' underground (including under the sea in the harbor!), and then toured much of what they mapped. The show spent much more time with the Roman Theater, including showing the remains of the decorative interior, curved seating and stage area. I tried to ask whether our tour guide had seen the BBC and whether we were seeing the same theater, but she hadn't seen the show. If it is the same theater, there is much more to it than what you see on this tour. Nonetheless, this was an enjoyable tour for 10 Euro but only if your group size is limited to 15 at most. If they try to herd you into a group of 25-30 you should consider seeking a refund.
Went for the tour in English and it was absolute worth going for. Got to see some really amazing sights in underground Naples. Would have been more enjoyable if the tour group size was smaller (I went with a group of about 30 people). Would definitely recommend others to visit this place, but check the tour timing in the various languages before going.
I had a fun and informative tour about parts of the underground city of Naples. Almost the majority of the tour is spent in the old aqueducts that are now empty. You are able to see water in one part by squeezing through a very narrow passage way which is pretty cool. At the end of the tour you are taken to see remains of a Roman theater. Hard to imagine as only remains exist in the middle of a city. Not bad for €10 and cool to learn more about Naples.
What a worthwhile tour! It was fascinating to see how the city kind of morphed through the ages, new buildings growing out of the old ones. The engineering of the underground water system was awe-inspiring, particularly considering its antiquity. We had opted for the pizza lunch, which was great. The chef at the restaurant was a lot of fun. Well worth the time and money!