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Top recommendations from locals

Place to eat
“Herculaneum excavations. Smaller and less crowded than Pompeii, but always worth seeing”
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History Museum
“You wont find any ancient artefacts at this “virtual” museum located just a few blocks from Herculaneum, but if you want a glimpse into what life was like before the fatal eruption of Mt. Vesuvius, MA”
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Museum
“The National Railway Museum of Pietrarsa is a railway museum. In this place where the history of Italian railways was born. On 3 October 1839, the first Italian railway was inaugurated here in Napoli (Portici), during the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies. Wonderful landscapes and history, combined together in this interesting place.”
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Route
“This is the marina of Portici. It's a nice place where you can relax walking around. Very close to this place there is a free beach.”
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Establishment
“Archaeological excavations of Herculaneum have returned the remains of the ancient city of Herculaneum, buried under a blanket of ash, lava and mud during the eruption of Vesuvius in 79”
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Járnbrautarstöð
“beautiful archaeological site, easily reachable by train (10 min.) or by car (15min.) ”
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Kokkteilbar
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“If you want to chill close the the sea and you are looking for an aperitif, this bar will be perfect for you.”
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Almenningsgarður
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Verslunarmiðstöð
Pítsastaður
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“I love this pizzeria. Locals prefer to go where the real pizza is made by professional staff. Here you will find one of the best pizza in Portici. You can also book a table by internet and I definitely suggest you to do it so because usually there is a big queue.”
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Library
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Route
“è situato sul litorale porticese, chiamato Granatello, per le numerose piantagioni di melograno presenti: il litorale è stato trasformato nel corso dei secoli dalle lave vesuviane che, durante le varie eruzioni, hanno raggiunto il mare e si sono inoltrate in esso per centinaia di metri. La GranatelloStoria città di Portici deve il suo momento d’oro alla salita al trono di Carlo III di Borbone che decise, nel 1738, di far costruire la “Reggia di Portici”, un palazzo reale per la propria dinastia. ”
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