This is a visit to the underground tunnels that are beneath Naples which were once used as a Military hospital during the World War 2. This Galleria Borbonica Entrance ticket takes you into the history of Naples tunnel where you will descend 33 years below the earth surface to see different military left overs like bomb shelters, statues and historic war cars. You will also explore the wall handwritings of dying soldiers, folding beds, messages of wishes on walls and papers - all found and well - preserved in the tunnel built by Ferdinand II of Bourbon in 1853. Furthermore, you will marvel at the statues that are built far back as the fascist period and the many cars and motorcycles abandoned for years.
The tour time is 1 hour (approx.) and it is surely the best duration of time to explore exclusively the tunnel. You will be led by a professional Local guide who will fluently give you live commentary in English or Italian. Tour includes entry into the Barrack in Via della Pace now called Via Morelli. Travelers are advised to wear weather - appropriate clothes and comfortable shoes but tour is not wheelchair accessible. Also note that children from 0 to 10 years will gain free entry but must be accompanied by an adult. This is a group tour having a maximum number of 50 travelers.
One of the great things said about this tour is the wonderful experience travelers always have in the tunnels. Part of the history of World War II has been learnt over years of service of this tour. While many talked about the professionalism of the tour guide and how he was able to organize the group, other talked about the emotions felt when reading the wish messages written on walls and abandoned books. Take a walk back in time and feel history preserved for you.