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Best things to do in Naples

Zoo Exhibit
“Find out about the History of the great Zoo. Naples "snowbirds" needed a place to keep their exotic pets during the winter. So this gem was formed. It has morphed into quite a little zoo. Take a boat ride to monkey island, and stroll around the shaded pathways and catch a show. It's a fun 1/2 day.”
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Beach
“Schöne Straße mit tollem Flair, super Restaurants und tolle Boutiquen & Galerien , schick und empfehlenswert. Klasse Events, Art Festival etc.”
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Pier
“You can't come to Naples and stop by the pier. Great place to go fishing and take in the ocean.”
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Pier
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“walk the pier at sun set, then walk over to third street for dinner or drinks it is only 2 blocks and the area is super nice.”
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Einkaufszentrum
“ Historic Tin City Area waterways were the birthplace of Naples, the catalyst for growth in this place we call paradise. Thousands of years of oyster and clam shell deposits laid a foundation for our first known inhabitants – the Calusa Indians. In the 1500s they were the area’s first shellers and fishermen. In the late 1860s a few hearty pioneers, Roger Gordon and Joe Wiggins, ventured in by boat before the Civil War and set aside their nomadic ways and built camps to serve the needs of travelers and settlers. Today, two key waterways still bear their names – Gordon Pass and Wiggins Pass. By the 1880s, news of the waterfront’s beauty began to draw wealthy tourists and investors and in 1886 “Naples” was founded. In those days passengers had to disembark at Back Bay, now called Crayton Cove. In 1887, a group of wealthy Kentuckians, led by Walter N. Haldeman, worked to make access more convenient. They built a pier 600 feet into the Gulf of Mexico. Soon after, Naples became a winter playground for industrialists and celebrities including Harvey Firestone, Thomas Edison, Greta Garbo, Gary Cooper and Hedy Lamarr. In the 1920s Tin City’s tin roofed buildings were the hub of economic development and transport which was made possible by the construction of the Seaboard Airline Railroad. As a result, this stretch of the Gordon River became the heart of Naples’ fishing industry, including clam shelling, oyster processing, boat construction and maintenance operations. In the 1970s, seven of Tin City’s sturdy old buildings were transformed to become “The Old Marine Marketplace at Tin City” – a colorful maritime-mix of shops and eateries. Today, Tin City still holds its historic, old Florida charm, and is home to over thirty unique boutiques, two waterfront restaurants and a variety of water and boating adventures that are fun for all ages!”
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Botanical Garden
“Naples Botanical Garden is 170-acre, world-class garden paradise that features plants from around the world. ”
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Park
“Loudermilk park is a good place to go to the beach if you want restrooms and a snack bar close by. Just drive to the end of 7th ave north and turn right approximately one mile north.”
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Route
“The 3rd street area is home to more beautiful shops for men, women, children & home”
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Einkaufszentrum
“this is our biggest enclosed indoor mall good food court and great place to visit on cloudy days.”
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Wellness/Heilbad
“One of THE best and most fun spots for sunset cocktails. Great dinner options on-site, as well. Grab a drink and get ready for a fabulous sunset experience -- in the outdoor bar area, or walk right down onto the beach with your cocktail! ”
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Karibisches Restaurant
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“Fresh and inspired cuisine...located on Third Avenue South where there are high end boutiques and located within walking distance of the Naples City Pier. ”
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Einkaufszentrum
“Great stores and multiple restaurants all with great views. Good people watching and a must visit place.”
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Natural Feature
“Naples Beach has good amenities for a family beach day, as well as parking at a metered lot on 12th Avenue South. There are picnic tables and showers and its landmark pier is a classic beach attraction. ”
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Lebensmittelladen
“This is an organic grocery store and cafe. Lots of vegan options and excellent juices.”
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Italienisches Restaurant
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“Fantastic Italian restaurant in historic Naples, with a beautiful outdoor courtyard.”
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Meeresfrüchte-Restaurant
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“Veteran hangout where lobsters, fish sandwiches & other casual eats are served dockside”
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