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Mergellina is one of the most beautiful areas of Naples. Here lived Virgil, who prospected the poetic and picturesque coasts of Vesuvius and Sorrento. From him they drew inspiration among others Dante, Boccaccio and Petrarca. Located in the Chiaia district, at the foot of the Posillipo hill, it extended around the port, once a fisherman and today mainly tourist and to the church of S. Maria del Porto founded by Jacopo Sannazzaro in 1524.
Mergellina has always been praised for its beauty and landscape. In past centuries it has been transformed to give way to the famous promenade of via Caracciolo. It is located a few steps from the symbolic places of Neapolitan culture: the Castel dell’Ovo, Piazza del Plebiscito, the Molo Beverello, the Molo di Mergellina. The main connections to visit the islands of the gulf leave from the Mergellina pier and the Beverello pier: Capri, Ischia, Procida but also the main destinations of the Amalfi and Sorrento coast.
Naples and its neighborhoods are able to show different souls to the most attentive visitors: there is the tourist one, made up of museums, churches and meeting places; the legendary one, places where you can experience moments of history; the maritime one, where you can admire beaches and you can relax and many others.
A tour in the surroundings
The Isa Guest Rooms B&B is a large apartment located in one of the best known areas of Naples: Mergellina. It is located on the fifth floor of a newly renovated building, behind the Mergellina railway station, from which both the Metro Line 1 and the trains to Herculaneum, Pompeii, Castellammare di Stabia, Sorrento and where there is a taxi rank for reach even the most particular places in Naples. Immediately in front of the station we find the history church of the Madonna di Piedigrotta and behind it the Vergiliano Park, where Virgilio and Giacomo Leopardi are buried. Moving your gaze a few meters, here is Piazza Sannazzaro, a destination for famous pizzerias. Finally, continuing a few steps here is the Caracciolo promenade, where the main historic buildings of Naples are lined up and to follow the municipal villa and the main shopping streets.
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