History and Traditions


Let yourself be thrilled by the magic of the Land of the Sirens

"An Italian proverb says: - See Naples and then die! But I say: - See Naples and live - because there is much here worth living." Arthur John Strutt (traveler)

Naples is one of the largest and most enchanting places of the Mediterranean, a surprising, cheerful and full of life city, which transmits passion, fantasy and humanity. It is a special city that makes everyone fall in love with those who are just passing through. There are many enchanting places to admire: the panoramic Mergellina, Castel dell'Ovo, the Maschio Angioino, the fascinating underground Naples, the Historical Center, Piazza del Plebiscito with the prestigious Royal Palace and lots of good food like pizza, coffee, the sfogliatella and other tasty dishes.

Distances to major points of interest:

  • 150 meters from Piazza del Gesù Nuovo , Monastero Santachiara Clarisse
  • 500 meters from Toledo station, 200 meters from Dante  station, 500 meters from Montesanto station
  • San domenico Maggiore
  • Chapel Museum Cappella San Severo and Veiled Christ
  • 800 meters from the National Archeological Museum
  • 800 meters from San Gregorio Armeno
  • 900 meters from Napoli Sotterranea e Galleria Borbonica
  • Maschio Angioino 1 km
  • Duomo di Napoli and Tesoro di San Gennaro 1,2 km
  • Piazza Plebiscito, Teatro San Carlo e Palazzo Reale 1,3 km
  • Castel dell’Ovo 2,4 km
Melrose Napoli Vico II Quercia

How to get here

From Naples train station

Upon reaching the central railway station of Naples, reach Piazza Garibaldi and take the L1 underground line (departing approximately every 10 minutes) to the “Dante” stop; then continue on foot for about 3 minutes.

From the airport in Naples

If you arrive in Naples by plane, you can reach us using the taxi service at the Naples Capodichino International Airport exit or use a private transfer to MelRose.

By Car

For those who decide to reach us comfortably by car, from the motorway take the Porto exit. Follow the directions for Via Medina in the direction of Via Monteoliveto and continue along Via Sant'Anna dei Lombardi, MelRose Napoli is on the right at the address Vico II Quercia n. 4.