B&B Villa Bruna Resort

The  B&B Villa Bruna , a green villa located a few minutes from  the National Museum of Naples , is characterized by a family atmosphere that invites you to experience the city in all its artistic, cultural and naturalistic aspects.
The structure is managed by a close-knit couple since 1996, and owes much of its luck to all the guests who, having enjoyed their stay, have rewarded the structure with a virtuous word of mouth.

Always available to give advice to discover the unparalleled beauty of Naples, the owners Stenio and Bruna are constantly updated on the shows, exhibitions, events, naturalistic beauties of the surroundings and offer valid help to move around the city by suggesting itineraries and providing guests with maps and information brochures free of charge. 

The rooms (each can accommodate from one to four people) have  a private bathroom, television, free wi-fi connection and air conditioning ; guests can request a  traditional or continental breakfast , which can be served in the room, in the garden or in the solarium. In addition, a small kitchen and a refrigerator are made available in a shared area with the other guests.
Once you have checked-in, access to the property is available 24 hours a day.
Also within walking distance of the property there is a partner parking.

Located a few minutes walk from the historic center, the B&B Villa Bruna allows you to move freely around the city on foot; for those who do not want to walk, the bus stop and the taxi stand are just a few steps from the entrance of the villa.
Arriving by car is very simple because the structure is close to the Capodimonte exit of the Naples ring road; for those coming from the Central Train Station it is possible to take the subway for one stop and then the R4 bus for three stops.

Also welcoming inside the structure are Boris, a very funny, docile and sociable medium-sized dog, and Mirtilla and Lilly, two cats who like to be on the sidelines and doze in the sun.
In the B&B Villa Bruna small pets are allowed; finally, books and bicycles can be borrowed for free.