Hotels near Tunnel Borbonico
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Naples is known for its classical buildings and many historic churches. In addition, this city is the location of an underground tunnel used to connect the royal palace to the barracks of the soldiers in a bygone time.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Tunnel Borbonico

Le Cheminee Business Hotel
Le Cheminee Business Hotel
|
7.6
Good
Via Stadera, 91, Naples
from $46
Grand Hotel Europa
Grand Hotel Europa
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7.6
Good
Corso Meridionale 14, Naples
from $54
Mercure Napoli Centro Angioino
Mercure Napoli Centro Angioino
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7.8
Good
Via Depretis 123, Naples
from $90
Costantinopoli 104
Costantinopoli 104
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8.1
Excellent
via Santa Maria di Costantinopoli 104, Naples
from $140
NH Napoli Ambassador
NH Napoli Ambassador
|
7.5
Good
Via Medina 70, Naples
from $79
Palazzo Turchini
Palazzo Turchini
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8.3
Excellent
Via Medina 21-22, Naples
from $91
Hotel Nuvò
Hotel Nuvò
|
8.2
Excellent
Via Nuova Agnano, 5, Naples
from $51
Hotel San Francesco Al Monte
Hotel San Francesco Al Monte
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8.4
Excellent
Corso Vittorio Emanuele 328, Naples
from $188
UNA Hotel Napoli
UNA Hotel Napoli
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8.6
Excellent
Piazza Garibaldi, 9/10, Naples
from $75
Hotel San Pietro
Hotel San Pietro
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8.7
Excellent
Via San Pietro ad Aram, 18, Naples
from $85
More About Hotels near Tunnel Borbonico...

What's the Tunnel Borbonico?

Known by a variety of names, the Tunnel Borbonico is an underground tunnel in Naples. This escape route was never completed, but is part of the Carmignano Aqueduct system built in the 17th century. In World War II, the Tunnel served as a military hospital and bunker during air raids.

Which Hotels Have the Best View near the Tunnel Borbonico?

Cheap hotels that place you close to the action includes the $72 per night Chiaja Hotel de Charme and the MH Design Hotel at $90 per night.

What are the Benefits or Drawbacks from Staying at a Hotel Near the Tunnel Borbonico?

The Tunnel Borbonico is a testament to past decades, with old cars, motorcycles, and debris dating back many decades. Getting to the Tunnel Borbonico is easy whether you are coming from the airport, the harbor or from within the city. 


Nearby accommodations make it easier to visit other attractions such as the Certosa e Museo di San Martino. It also eliminates the hassle of worrying about transportation.

What Do I Need to Know About the Tunnel Borbonico?

A regular tour does not require a reservation, however, an adventure tour does. Depending on the tour, the rates will vary, with some tours costing 10 Euros, while others are a bit more.

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