The Case Così are apartments located in the heart of Naples, in the lower part of the famous Quartieri Spagnoli. A few steps from Piazza del Plebiscito, Piazza Municipio and the Port of Naples, the structure offers you the opportunity to live the true experience of Neapolitan life.
We are in the most authentic Naples, in the largest historical center of Europe, where the troops of the Spanish king were staying during the period of domination. Narrow alleys animated by artisan shops, clothes hanging out to dry, going from one side of the street to the other, voices, colors and scents that bring you back to the classic Totò and Eduardo De Filippo’s movies.
The position is strategic. From here you can easily reach all the places of historical and cultural interest and the shopping streets. Case Così it is a stone's throw from the Galleria Umberto, the Royal Palace, the Maschio Angioino and from all the public transportation that will lead you to discover the unique beauties of this city, and more.
Single-use apartments start from 40 € per day.
Two-people apartments start from 60 € per day.
Three-people apartments start from 90 € per day.
Four-people apartments start from 110 € per day.
Penthouse apartments start from 100 € per day.
Touristic tax: 2 € per person per day.
Cradle for babies (0-3 years old), available upon request, is free.
Check-in hours from 11 am to 7 pm (please tell us your arrival time).
Late check-in has an additional cost of 15 €.
If you have special needs about check-in or check-out time, please let us know in advance by sending us a message.
Check-out: 10 am.
Naples was founded in the seventh century a.C. from the Greeks who, starting from Cuma, settled on the hill of Pizzofalcone and called it Partenope. In 500 a.C. the same Greeks founded a second inhabited city, lower, closer to the sea, and to distinguish it from the old they called it Neapolis, which in Greek means "new city".
In Naples there is evidence of the many dominations: with the Norman-Swabian monarchy the city was fortified with new buildings, such as Castel Capuano and Castel dell'Ovo, and Frederick II founded the first University in 1224. With the Angevins began the religious factories, such as the Duomo, the church of San Domenico Maggiore, Santa Chiara and San Martino. In this period Naples became an important cultural center and hosted artists of great importance, from Giotto to Simone Martini. But the Renaissance is the happiest period for the arts, with the spread of Flemish painting.
The current structure of the city took shape during the Spanish viceroys, from 1503. We are in a period full of events: the eruption of the Vesuvius in 1631, the revolt of Masaniello in 1647, the plague of 1656. On the other hand, the art continues to be protagonist with artists who refer to Caravaggio's naturalistic painting.
During the 18th century with the first Hapsburg viceroyalty and later the Bourbons, Naples experienced a particularly happy moment: the Teatro San Carlo, the Palazzo Reale, was built. In 1860, after the unification of Italy, the Rehabilitation Plan gutted many city neighborhoods and sacrificed many churches and to build the Rettifilo, the road that connects the station to Piazza Borsa.
In the 20th century the Maritime Station, the Overseas Exhibition and the Post Office Building were built, but with the bombings and the 1980 earthquake Naples suffered serious damage. The arts are always in turmoil, so much that large museum spaces were born: the Gallery of Fine Arts was, in fact, expanded and the Pan and the Madre were founded.
Located in front of the Bay of Naples, Sorrento is built on the cliff that separates it from the port. The historic center is a maze of narrow streets, the main square is Piazza Tasso and a stone's throw away is the Villa Comunale, from which you can admire a breathtaking view. To visit the Correale Museum of Terranova, with its precious furniture, the Capodimonte porcelain and the paintings of the '600, and the Duomo of Sorrento, with the interior in Baroque style.
One of the most fascinating testimonies of Roman civilization, Pompei preserves almost intact homes, objects and frescoes, brought to light in the eighteenth century. The area of the Forum is the starting point for visiting the ancient city, the heart of the daily activities of the inhabitants of Pompei. To see the Temple of Apollo, the Temple of Jupiter, the Stabian Baths, the Anfiteatro, among the largest in the world, and the Teatro Grande. In Ercolano there are many private homes, such as "Casa Sannitica", the "House of Neptune and Aphrodite" and "Villa dei Papiri", located just outside the ancient city, still under excavation. In Castellammare di Stabia, instead, Villa Arianna and Villa San Marco are the testimony of the numerous residential villas of that era. Of particular interest are the Oplonti excavations, which include an otium villa called "di Poppea" and a rustic villa called "B o di Lucius Crassius Tertius".
"Heritage of humanity" since 1997, the Amalfi Coast is a natural terrace overlooking the sea and includes 13 municipalities: Amalfi, Atrani, Cetara, Conca dei Marini, Furore, Maiori, Minori, Positano, Praiano, Ravello, Scala, Tramonti, Vietri sul Mare. It is worth visiting them all, including a boat ride and a trip among the many paths on the coast. Amalfi is a good starting point for exploring the coast, with its majestic Duomo and, for trekking enthusiasts, the "Path of the Gods", which starts from Agerola to the lively and colorful Positano, among ancient villages and typically Mediterranean atmospheres.
The Vesuvius is the most famous volcano in the world, currently active, cross and delight of the marvelous territory that surrounds it. To safeguard the environment, in 1995 the Vesuvius National Park was born. Pines, oaks, chestnut groves, flowers and fragrant plants, such as rosemary and sage, characterize this territory together with a rich faunistic community. It is possible to experience the beauties and the peculiarities of the entire volcanic complex through the numerous paths. Particular is the "Sentiero Gran Cono", which leads to the crater, up to the edge. From here you can admire a breathtaking view over the Gulf of Naples, to live an extremely awe-inspiring experience.
Case Così is located in the most central area of Naples: via Sergente Maggiore is just a few meters from Piazza del Plebiscito and the Royal Palace.
FROM THE HARBOUR (Molo Beverello): it's 10 mins walking. Cross piazza Municipio, then, keeping the left hand side, head toward piazza Trieste e Trento. Take via Toledo and then walk up the third street on the left, via Sergente Maggiore, for 30 meters until you reach number 21.
FROM CAPODICHINO AIRPORT: ALIBUS shuttle leaves every half hour. The ticket costs 3 euros. It stops in piazza Municipio. From here you can follow the same instructions from the harbour.
FROM THE CENTRAL RAILWAY STATION: catch R2 bus which stops in piazza Trieste e Trento. Take via Toledo and then walk up the third street on the left, via Sergente Maggiore, for 30 meters until you reach number 21. Metro Linea 1 e scendere alla fermata Toledo, usciti dalla Metro proseguire per Piazza del Plebiscito, dopo 300m troverete la Galleria Umberto I, la seconda traversa successiva sulla destra è Via Sergente Maggiore, salendo per 50 metri, il n. 21 si trova sulla sinistra.
FROM THE HIGHWAY: if you are on the A1 highway Milan-Naples or the A3 Salerno-Naples take the "Napoli Porto" exit. Drive down via Marina until piazza Municipio. Then reach piazza Trieste e Trento and take via Nardones. At the end of this street you will find the parking on your left, where you can leave the car. From here walk down via Nardones until piazza Sant'Anna di Palazzo and take the second on the right. Case Cosi is just ten meters on the right. R2 fino alla fermata San Carlo.
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monday - friday: 9:00 / 20:00
saturday: 9:00 / 13:00