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Bosco De Medici
Hotel Diana Pompei
The Palomba family has been in the hospitality business for three generations.

Over the years we have been able to develop an improve our range of accommodations, by running a little family business to the current management of three high level Hotels.

Two of these are in the centre of Pompeii and regularly host both a business and leisure/cultural clientele.

That's to say the Hotel Diana and Diana Accommodation.

The third property, opened in 2016, is a four-star Resort, designed especially for families who wish to enjoy nature and tranquility and for all lovers of wellness to be enjoyed in one of our suites with Jacuzzi and chromo-therapy.

With great dedication and youthful enthusiasm the four partners united by the bond of brotherhood manage the Hotels, also helped by the mother Anna and the father Gaetano and by Grandma Emiddia who in the late 1977 started the hotel business with their grandfather Raffaele.

The family has always stood out for the authenticity and passion for hospitality. The grandma keeps in the drawer, with great pride, hundreds of cards and thank you notes from all over the world. We like to treat our guests as friends.

It is given utmost attention to cleanliness and order as well as to the care of the citrus garden, under the careful guidance of mother Anna, a true lover of plants and flowers.

The Grand Master is the father Gaetano who, with his constant presence and expertise, guarantees the solution to all sorts of technical problems.

The daughters Emiddia, Sonia, Raffaella and the son Giuseppe speak different languages learned abroad and are always present and ready to provide their professionalism and ensure the efficiency of management.

In recent years the family, and in particular the youngest son Giuseppe, is engaged in the production of local wines, from the vineyards of Grandpa Raffaele, on the slopes of Mt. Vesuvius. Thanks to their particular exposure to the sun and the fertile volcanic soil the wines are truly excellent. We invite you to taste some, maybe sitting in the shade of the lemon and orange trees.

All guests will also have a chance to visit the property of the family behind the Cathedral, dedicated to equestrian sport. Therefore you can spend free time in contact with nature, horses and ponies of the stable. And it's right here were in 2016 the Bosco de' Medici Resort was created following the extensive renovation (by the younger brother Giuseppe) of grandfather Raffaele's farm. Right here, in this quiet natural park were the family used to spend week-ends and summer holidays, sharing together with friends pic-nics, horse-back riding and wine harvests.

It's in the harmony with such spirit that the family wishes to offer to those who are looking for peace and quietness a new typology of accommodation, right in the heart of the second most visited cultural site in Italy.
Hotel Diana Pompei
Hotel Diana
vicolo Sant'Abbondio, 12
80045 - Pompei (Na)
Tel.: (+39) 0818631264
Fax: (+39) 0662209388
e.mail: info@pompeihotel.com
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Bosco De' Medici - Resort
Via A. Segni, 43
80045 - Pompei (Na)
Tel.: (+39) 0818506463
Fax: (+39) 0810100713
e.mail: info@boscodemedici.it

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Discovering Naples

Visit to the Archeological Museum then get a feel of the city by walking its streets, admiring its monuments and the interiors of its superb churches. We are sure that you will be enchanted by this city and that you will want to come back again to spend more time here.
One piece of advice: if you decided to get around by taxi, never tell the taxi driver you are in a hurry. He is capable of committing the most terrifying actions to keep you happy!

Our one day itinerary starts from the Archeological Museum. From the Museum you can walk to Via San Gregorio Armeno , the street famous for its Neapolitan nativity scenes, and where you can visit the beautiful Monastery and Cloisters inside that bear the same name as the street. A short distance away, either on foot or by taxi, there is another holy building that you really wouldn’t want to miss: the Church of Gesù Nuovo with its luxurious interiors inlaid with semi-precious stones., and the statue of “Cristo Velato” in the Cappella San Severo (Piazza San Domenico Maggiore). While you are walking along Via dei Tribunali, why don’t you choose one of the Pizzeria there and stop for a welcome break. Try Napoletan Pizza or a pasta dish: filling but not too heavy. There are lots you can choose from: from the classic maccheroni with tomato and basil sauce or spaghetti with clams or “alla puttanesca”. In the winter, we suggest you try one of the tasty fish soups that are a traditional part of Neapolitan cuisine.

At the end of Via Toledo you will find the entrance to the splendid Galleria Umberto I on your left, a building that reminds you of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele in Milan. A short distance from the Galleria you can see the Teatro San Carlo, one of the oldest in Europe and the fantastic Palazzo Reale surrounded by its beautiful gardens. Here you could stop off for a rest at the Caffè Gambrinus in Piazza Trieste e Trento (just near there), a historical Neapolitan bar where you can try a "tazzulella" of real coffee, a babà or a sfogliatella Napoletana in a sophisticated nineteenth-century atmosphere. After taking a quick look at the charming Piazza Plebiscito, carry on with your tour, going to the monument the Maschio Angioino, next to the Royal Palace. If you still have time you can go to visit the amazing Castel dell'Ovo by taxi or by bus and admire the wonderful view of the city and the Bay of Naples from there.