Naples, Italy, is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. From its stunning architecture to its vibrant culture and incredible cuisine, Naples is a must-visit destination for any traveler. The city boasts an array of cultural attractions, including ancient ruins, art galleries, and museums. Take a stroll through Piazza del Plebiscito to admire the impressive architecture and explore the historic streets of Naples. With its balmy Mediterranean climate, Naples is a great spot for outdoor activities such as sightseeing, swimming, and kayaking. Whether you’re visiting to discover its history or just to eat some delicious pizza, these Naples Airbnbs put you close to the best of the city.
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Stylish, intimate Naples Airbnb with spectacular city views
Take in the city’s top sights — including the domes of Naples and Vesuvius — from the rooftop of this intimate, inviting Airbnb. The exposed beams and brick walls make it feel historic but well-kept, mixed with modern furnishings and a comfortable design. Relax on the shared terrace to soak up the sunshine and panoramic views, or nestle into the cozy, large bed. Cook in the fully equipped kitchen and get some work done using the speedy WiFi service. This walkable neighborhood hosts some of the city’s well-known monuments and plenty of pizzerias, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs.
This stylish, compact, newly renovated property is in the heart of old town near the metro station and Spanish Quarter — ideal for exploring but also enjoying a peaceful escape. The apartment is a historic building but was recently updated to feature the amenities expected in a modern apartment while preserving the traditional design, like the exposed beams. Inside, the vibrant furnishings offer a sense of liveliness, and the windows overlook a private courtyard offering a sense of peace. Guests can easily walk to landmarks, including the Cathedral, the Royal Palace, the Archaeological Museum, and more.
This sophisticated apartment is in the heart of Naples, close to the city’s historic center and cultural sites. It’s just a few steps away from Piazza Municipio and features easy access to numerous metro stations. The fully renovated space features a living room with artsy design elements and a large window bringing in plenty of natural light, strong WiFi, a fully equipped kitchen, a spacious bedroom with a comfortable double bed, and a private bathroom.
This bright and compact apartment is housed in a recently renovated historic 18th-century building in the beating heart of the city near the Royal Palace. It’s just a few minutes from Lungomare and the harbor, where ferries depart for the islands of Capri, Ischia and Procida and the Amalfi Coast. A door opens out to a common balcony around a typical Neapolitan courtyard allowing it to bring natural light indoors. Use the kitchenette for cooking meals, and cozy into an alcove with a queen-sized bed and a bathroom with a shower.
This compact art studio oasis in the city’s heart offers a sense of peace and quiet among the bustle of urban life. It’s next to the monastery of Santa Chiara is very close to the ancient “Decumano,” known today as “Spaccanapoli.” There’s a large bedroom with a comfortable bed and bohemian decor, and a full kitchen, and a living space outfitted with brand-new furniture for relaxing. Enjoy the creatively inspired decor, the speedy internet connection, and the strong air conditioning and heating system, which make this property a great home base in a fun area of the city.
This authentically charming studio apartment feels like a home away from home. It’s located in the heart of the historic center and features its own independent entrance, a large bedroom and living room, a bathroom, and a full kitchen. Guests can walk to numerous tourist attractions, bars, restaurants, pizzerias, shops, and the metro station. The decor is bright and welcoming, including a large bookcase overflowing with books — and there’s plenty of natural light filtering in from the large windows.
This quaint home in the heart of the ancient center of Naples is close to dozens of local landmarks and tourist attractions. It’s located on the ground floor of a quiet building and offers amenities like WiFi, air conditioning, and cozy decor. Sleep in the comfortable bed, cook in the makeshift kitchen, and enjoy the bright white furnishings, which make the space feel open and welcoming.
This panoramic micro-studio sits on the rooftop of a historic building, boasting beautiful, private-feeling panoramic views from a terrace. It feels like a tiny home on the roof — and there’s even a private hot tub on the terrace space for guests’ use all year. Guests will have access to their own micro-kitchen space, a bathroom, and a cozy, large pull-out bed.
This studio apartment is in the heart of the Sanità district in close proximity to the homonymous Church of San Vincenzo. The property comprises one spacious room connected with a peaceful shared terrace balcony space outside. Cook in the well-equipped kitchenette, or use the dedicated workspace furnished with a drawer, a lamp, and an electrical socket for a computer to get work done. The bright white walls and vibrant flowers make the space feel inspiring for artists, dreamers, and tourists alike.
This property in the heart of Naples is close to PiazzaDante, PiazzaDelPlebiscito, and the metro station. It’s located in the same building as the famous PizzeriaPort’Alba, meaning easy access to some of the best bites in the city. Inside the apartment, guests can cook in the makeshift kitchen, relax and watch TV or settle into the spacious queen-sized sofa bed, or sit out on the balcony.
There are plenty of things to do in Naples for visitors of all interests. Some of the city’s top attractions include the Museo Cappella Sansevero, the Galleria Borbonica, the Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli, and the Catacombe di San Gennaro.
Is Naples, Italy, safe?
Naples is not a dangerous city to visit for travelers who pay attention to their surroundings and are mindful of scams. Travelers should use common sense and take the same precautions as any other urban destination or large city in the world.
Which part of Naples should I stay in?
Different neighborhoods in Naples have different atmospheres. Those who seek a more upper-class vibe should head to the Chiaia neighborhood. At the Spanish Quarter, travelers can experience some of the tastiest local food and affordable accommodation with easy walkability. The Historic Center is one of the best neighborhoods for first-time visitors to set as a home base since it offers easy access to many famed attractions like the Duomo di San Gennaro.
Do Italians use Airbnb?
Yes! Airbnb is legal in Italy and widely used among those who want additional home amenities like a kitchen when they travel.
How much is the rent in Naples, Italy?
According to Travelsafe Abroad, the average rent cost in Naples is up to 50% cheaper than in other cities, such as Rome, at roughly $680 per month for a one- to three-bedroom apartment in the city center. Outside the center, a one-bedroom property is an average of $400.