The Sybil and the entrance to Hades, find Sybil’s Cave, the Grotta della Sibilla at Lago Averno in Naples, Italy.
The 16th station on MetroNapoli’s Line 1, Naples Toledo Metro Station is the next step towards completing the major expansion of the line. A Metro Napoli Stazione delle Art, Metro Art Station, it was designed by the Spanish firm Oscar Tusquets Blanca, with major works of art by William Kentridge and Robert Wilson.
Built some 2400 years ago, two greek burial tombs that are part of Hellenistic Necropolis of Neapolis built by the Greeks were uncovered in Naples, Italy.
Romans stored their water in cisterns like Piscina Mirabilis in Naples, Italy, the largest in existence today, after bringing them through the aqueducts.
The work of the Milan based Atelier Mendini design firm of Alessandro and Francesco Mendini, Naples Salvator Rosa Metro Station is the product of a collaborative team of artists and architects, a fusion of Naples past, present, and future.
The Santa Maria delle Anime del Purgatorio ad Arco church in Naples Centro Storico is home to the remains of the remains of Lucia, the virgin-bride.
Napoli Sotterranea takes visitors to the Naples, Italy underground for a two hour subterranean tour of one of the many cavities burrowed beneath the city.
Set in the Posillipo neighbourhood of Naples, Italy, entrance to the Pausylipon Archaeological site is through the 770 meter tunnel, the Grotta di Seiano.
The Fontanelle Cemetery in Naples, Italy is a 30,000 square meter ossuary that was a pauper’s cemetery and holds some 8 million bones.
Guided tours of one of Naples underground sites by Napoli Sotterranea L.A.E.S, depart several times a week from Caffe Gambrinus in Piazza Trieste e Trento.
The only self-guided underground tour in Naples, Italy, the ancient Roman market below San Lorenzo Maggiore dates to the Imperial Age c. 62 and 64 AD.
Lost for centuries, the Catacombs of San Gaudioso in Naples, Italy were rediscovered in 1601 during construction of the Santa Maria della Sanità church.