NEAPOLITAN-STYLE APARTAMENT (NAPOLI CENTRO)
- Air conditioning
- Lockable room
- Family/child friendly
|Address||via Portacarrese a montecalvario, 80134 napoli, Italy|
Apartment located in the historic center of Naples, within walking distance to all public transportation (subway most beautiful in Europe) port, National Museum, St. Gregory Armenian, piazza del Gesù where are located the main churches of Naples with their leggende.Caratteristico the theme of the apartment and the quartiere.Famiglia available at any time.
the apartment is very comfortable, with two balconies that allow maximum brightness in the living room, the kitchen and the room; TV, Wi-fi, mini oven, refrigerator, pots and pans, crockery and linen and towels are provided. Possibility of parking space and bike even if the apartment is located within walking distance to metro and funicular cumana Bus stop in the middle of the historic center of Naples not far from spaccanapoli, the main squares and (Pebliscito square-square-square of the town hall jesus) gallery umberto first area is a typical Neapolitan district with the characteristics of religious functions.
the hosting company will have access to all the services of the 'flat
Interacting with Guests
l 'interaction with our guests is of 24h / 24h because we live right next to the' flat
For the Spanish Quarter in the city of Naples, is defined as the theory of planned urban lots as a core design square, in a strictly military, all variously connected to each other and in turn connected, thanks to the gates opened on Corso Vittorio Emanuele, in the southern area of the Vomero hill.
They are crossed and cut in half down the valley via Toledo, and only chased merged with the surrounding urban fabric. From the Galleria Umberto I, cloaked and proceed to the first and second segment of Mortelle, to the apex of the ramparts and aligned north just below Castel Sant 'Elmo, Charterhouse and Vigna San Martino. And finally, were inventoried and described from time to time on the bottom The Celse, the only one of the official documents and pages that include information about pre-existing environments.
The small compartments that form the board are articulated by means of a scheme ippodameo with roads that intersect at right angles, formed by lots of squares about 20 × 20, except for the first row prospisciente via Toledo, from which the transformations of the seventeenth century , the union will get more "islet in depth and construction of the first courtyards." Down in the valley, the Spanish Quarter, are included within the terminal in Piazza Trieste e Trento to the apex of the way Armando Diaz.
Are one of several case studies from the UNESCO Old Town, for the persistence of the critical social and structural first, maintaining a favorable conservation status fittizia8 proper scope of the management plan ICOMOS Italy. Starting in 2011 and the outcome of the studies on contingencies recommended from the Historic URBAN LANDSCAPE, are considered the Spanish Quarter proper, the constituencies who have always made up the system to the board and that is, the sections: San Ferdinando, Montecalvario Saint Lucia al Monte, and under him known areas with the names of Concordia, Trinità degli Spagnoli, Santa Teresella Misericordiella and Speranzella, including bands territorial expansion, and the first reliefs of Vigna San Martino.
The building type, both the public and the private, civilian as the sacred, has imported its current form, the full contribution of the urban modern, from spatial, planovolumetriche and decorative Cinquecento9 the second, corresponding to areas of the Mount of God, the Egiziaca, Serra di Cassano, Lob in Saint Lucia, and the Lonely Old Chapel.
It is a fortified area and grew up on itself until 1707, the date of the historic defeat of the Spaniards and the beginning of Austrian rule over the city. The construction phase of the Spanish Quarter, during the administration of the viceregal capital of the Kingdom, will be limited to areas excluded from the interests of the previous activities of Aragon, and come to an end towards the end of the sixteenth century, divides the city into two parts.
On one hand, the natives, the Neapolitans themselves, made to live in other areas affected by the pragmatic and prohibitions on construction, practically outside the walls of the city and the other Spaniards, soldiers quartered on the hill of Pizzofalcone placed to guard the stipendiary and bureaucrats occupying the slopes of Poggio alle Mortelle, which, for the uninitiated, is the hill that lies ahead.
Between the two hills, down in the valley, more or less corresponding to the areas now known as the Town Hall Square, the so-called city services, that this intelligent dislocation of the premises intended to support units, the prison, the hospital and the Tour of St. James, at the end of the one embossed design incorporated within the urban character of modern day San Giuseppe dei Fio (website hidden) -Carità.
On the whole, Castel Sant 'Elmo, the only stronghold able to maintain strict control sull'artiglieria, the town, the harbor, and the stretch of sea that is the Gulf of Naples has always been the preferred access by the besiegers.
Work on the perimeter of the city walls were begun in 1537, just when the fortified castle dall'Escrivà missing the action on the lookout otherwise acquire the defense and is related to the time the extension of the Spanish Quarter to the brow of the Mercatello, the 'current Piazza Dante, filling side mount what will be implemented at the sea side village of Marinari, and conclude that a healthier control of the city from the control of the system Palazzo Reale, and the latter, then, the ultimate control of via Toledo and Via Chiaia.
The Spanish Quarter for extended them to appear in reality they are strongly developed as residential only by the restoration of Naples after 1875, not before, the same escaped miraculously cleansing that called for the total elimination of all forms of habitation built up to that time.
In any case, the design is a single voice: the buildings are occupied by two separate building with its own entrance. Inside the buildings beyond the courts, however, always present in some cases introduce a communal garden, according to a model imported from the Neapolitan villas.
The large buildings and composites with all the comfort, rise to multiple different plans almost always concentrated around a courtyard, in which in a few cases still open mouths of the old pit.
The ancient local home care service often settled by fixing the families of the lower classes, and, unlike most often instead berth at the entrance of such buildings, open little low at the side of which line the shops almost never symmetrical with respect to the architectural solutions of the buildings belonging to the first nuclei of building (website hidden) on the upper floors located in tandem with the bright and spacious apartments so-called "apartments crazy."
Planimetry and stereometry of these homes are almost never regular, since these are most often be the layering of buildings constructed of other buildings, portions of floors of the building and floors on raised floors resting on a vaulted roof, this solution that allows raise again on what has already raised. The end result of all that has been combined on building structures for civilian pre-existing buildings are oddly shaped, inefficient use of space, with a static narrow that goes into crisis just continues to build us up with the after-effects visible in their this land harassed by the terrible stress of the underground cable.
The apartments are often characterized by the glitz of furniture of all types, refined material of precious and expensive as you can read in the inventories of notarial acts pinning, in some people's cases, tapestries, silks, crystals, silver, gold antique . Unlikely in the other hand, the District son were also recorded jewels, rich collections of paintings, pictures of the appraised value.
The need to build houses and palaces in vertical, lined up in lots of tiny square-shaped, those of greater dimensions prevail along the perimeter beams of the hillside, within which there are the so-called houses palaziate composed of multiple and different registers, the pavement which does not show anything for continuity with the urban and all or almost all gravitating in a homogeneous territory to a municipal area. In reality it should also be said and repeated that north on the heights the contrast between the buildings and the surrounding environment, following the ideas and assumptions of the work of Emilio Ricciardi, it seems less exasperated with lots to smaller size, rather than lie behind the street and the neighborhood dell'Avvocata Pessina.
A tour around
In September of 2012 was opened near the Spanish Quarter Toledo station of Line 1 subway station in Naples. During the excavations for the construction of the second exit of the station square Montecalvario, were found traces of Iron Age settlements dating back to 1500 BC about. In piazza Santa Maria degli Angeli, however, were found relics of medieval Naples
More Things to Highlight
the district offrediversi ideas of popular culture and the lifestyle of Naples, such as the presence of small workshops, or the "low Neapolitans," or small, dark alleys characterized by high staircases and clothes hanging along the streets.
Among the main sights of interest that can be admired in the neighborhood, we find:
Chiesa dell'Immacolata Concezione e Purificazione di Maria de' nobili in Montecalvario
Chiesa di San Carlo alle Mortelle
Chiesa di San Mattia (Napoli)
Chiesa di Santa Maria della Concezione a Montecalvario
Chiesa di Santa Maria della Lettera
Chiesa di Santa Maria della Mercede a Montecalvario
Chiesa di Santa Maria Francesca delle Cinque Piaghe
Chiesa di Sant'Anna di Palazzo
Chiesa di Santa Maria del Rosario a Portamedina
Chiesa di Santa Maria della Concordia
Chiesa di Santa Maria delle Grazie a Toledo
Complesso di Santa Maria dello Splendore
Chiesa di Santa Maria Ognibene
Chiesa di Santa Teresella degli Spagnoli
Chiesa della Trinità dei Pellegrini
Chiesa della Santissima Trinità degli Spagnoli
Scavi di Sant'Anna di Palazzo
Villa Adriana (Napoli)
|Weekly rate for up to 2 guests||£ 332|
|Monthly rate for up to 2 guests||£ 906|
|Price for > 2 guests||£ 13 per guest/night extra|
|Maximum Nights||5 years|
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