Approximately 8 miles from the downtown pulse of Naples, Italy, is the much-loved neighborhood of Pozzuoli.
Most tourists who travel to Naples take the time to see Ercolano Ruins.
Temple of Serapis, which is located in the Pozzuoli area, is one of the most visited visitor attractions in Naples.
Peruse the goodies on sale and have a conversation with a few local residents at one of the region's most vibrant markets, Mercato del Pesce di Pozzuoli. If you don't feel like traveling a long way to get there, check out the nearby La Tripergola and Hotel San Giuseppe. When you feel like you need to escape from all that sightseeing, slip on your hat, find something to sit on and chill out under the sunshine at Lago d'Averno. After a big day out, the Villa Luisa Hotel Residence Beauty Farm and Hotel Il Gabbiano are excellent places to lay your weary head. They're both conveniently close to the attraction.
Stretch your vacation budget further by booking into one of Pozzuoli's more economical places to lay your head, such as the Flegrea House - Casa Rosa.
The Best Western Suites & Residence Hotel and American Hotel could be great places to stay for those who are keen to spend a bit more.
If exploring the streets of Pozzuoli has tired you out, drop by for a bite to eat at Bar Ventaglio. Travelers in need of something heartier will enjoy the menu at Ristorante La Collina. Eager for a stiff drink? Finish a great day with a crisp beer or a mellow red at Canale Francesca.
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