|Monday||9:30 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Tuesday||9:30 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Wednesday||9:30 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Thursday||9:30 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Friday||9:30 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Saturday||9:30 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Sunday||9:30 AM – 5:30 PM|
Despite of being small and feeling a bit too commercial, it was a nice experience to go underground and see another layer of Naples’ history. We felt it was a right decision to pay the extra 1eur to take the guided tour since she explained things clearly and pointed out details we might had missed ourselves.
Excellent monument of ancient architecture. Museums suggests you attention some artifacts from the cloister of San Lorenzo including tombs of local knights. You have to buy a ticket to get in. Visitors are allowed to take non commercial photo without flash light.
Was of time. Half of it had the lights off. They were also doing construction. Completely ripped off.
You can see it as a complete rip-off or as a donation for better future days for tourism in Naples. The videoguide doesn't work and the free WiFi is useless.
There are 5 phone numbers on website I rand each twice but no answer. So we trusted the website which said English speaking tours start at 10 AM and 12 PM. Got there by 11:40 found a massive queue moving slowly. We got to the till by 11:55 where the assistants said that the tour left at 11:50... Next tour in two hours time. When we complained they couldn't do much as none of them spoke English, I only speak a bit of Italian so I found myself in a communication gap. Anyway most of the tunnels were closed due to flood and I think I don't need to mention this was not displayed anywhere on the website. Big disappointment.
Cost 7 Euro. It descends to original Greek construction, with Roman construction on top of the Greek. The Roman market was covered over by a landslide and then eventually the church you enter into was built on top. It was well lit, ventilated and the guide was very informative. It's not as big as the aqueduct tour across the street or the Bourbon Tunnel tour over by the Old Wild West steak house, but worth a 45 minute gaze. You see an ancient Roman street, a market, and the interior of what I think was a Roman bath (I don't recall at this point as I did many other tours and walked around Pompeii for 5 hours and the Herculeum for a good 2+ hours).