Things to do in Naples

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  • 1

    Mount Vesuvius

    28 reviews

    Oh the amazing Vesuvius! No words to describe it, truly a beauty of the nature!

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  • 2

    Historic Centre of Naples

    19 reviews

    vale la pena visitarlo, caratteristico e particolare

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  • 3


    17 reviews

    so beautiful

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  • 4

    Classic Journeys Amalfi Coast Tour

    11 reviews

    beautiful drive

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  • 5

    National Archaeological Museum of Naples

    10 reviews

    All the best finds from the Roman sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum ended up here. Excellent collection of sculpture and mosaics. Now open is the once-forbidden "secret" room with erotic frescoes and sculptures.

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  • 6


    9 reviews

    Well worth an afternoon. Much, much smaller than Pompeii, but sensitively curated. If you go before here you go to Pompeii, you'll find both more rewarding.

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  • 7

    Castel Nuovo (New Castle)

    8 reviews

    This is the first authentic European castle I've been to, so I can't say that I have a lot to compare this place to. I saw it from port when we cruised into Naples, so it was a great place for us to go to. Since I love castles, I could hardly contain my excitement when I saw it. The ...

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  • 8

    Chiesa del Gesù Nuovo

    7 reviews

    si trova al centro storico di napoli non a castellammare!

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  • 9

    Castel dell'Ovo

    9 reviews

    Pretty interesting spot. I am not going to write much about the history of the castle, but this is also a fun place to hang out. Me and my friends used to spent nights on the rocks by the sea, just drinking cheap beer and eating pizza, great times. There is an area behind the castle called Borgo Marinaro, which ...

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  • 10

    Piazza del Plebiscito

    7 reviews

    Piazza del Plebiscito is the most famous square in Naples. It is in the heart of the city and there are really interesting monuments all around. However it is a little dirty and maybe tourists prefers visiting other spots in town. However I think it is a must see.

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  • 11

    Cappella Sansevero

    5 reviews

    You really must visit Sansevero Chapel if you are in Naples. The chapel holds the sculpture of the Veiled Christ and it is said to be one of the most famous and impressive works of art in the world. The sculpture itself is stunning and the other sculptures that are in the small church are beautiful as well.

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  • 12

    Galleria Umberto I

    7 reviews

    Galleria Umberto is a lovely galleria with its perks and downfalls. As beautiful as it is I mostly use as a passage to get to the other side quicker. It's too bad that such a fascinating architecture has turned out to be a timesaver for me, and so many others.

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  • 13

    Duomo di San Gennaro

    5 reviews

    stupendo! i tesori di San Gennaro sono i più ricchi del mondo!

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  • 14


    4 reviews

    aka Herculaneum, was covered and preserved in the same eruption that destroyed nearby (and infinitely more crowded) Pompeii. I do not recommend missing Pompeii, but its easy to see both and Ercolano offers a very different feel from its larger cousin.

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  • 15

    Piazza Bellini

    3 reviews

    Piazza Bellini is sort of in the heart of the hustle of the historic center. Food and local shops are located nearby. This was always my point of reference for where I was in Naples' Centro Storico.

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  • 16


    3 reviews

    The waterfront of Naples is quite unlike the historic center. Instead of being dirty, chaotic and crowded, it is the opposite. With grand hotels, two castles, lots of boats and views of Vesuvius, it's a required stroll for anyone just visiting.

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  • 17

    Via Chiaia

    4 reviews

    Shopping, people watch, eating would be the things to do on the lively Via Chiaia, a mainly pedestrian only street

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  • 18

    Museo Archeologico Nazionale Naples

    3 reviews

    If possible, go to Herculaneum (Ercola) and Pompeii first to get an idea of what a mind-blowing experience it must have been to uncover the mosaics, frescoes and statues now kept in this museum. "Beautiful" doesn't nearly describe the color, the liveliness captured in these works, celebrating food, love, myth and life. The people who walked by and appreciated this ...

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  • 19

    San Gregorio Armeno

    3 reviews

    This street focuses exclusively on the old Napolitan christmas tradition "presepe". The crafters working in this street never ceases to astonish me with the amount of details put in these small pieces of art. With its location in the historical center the atmosphere is undoubtedly genuine and intimate.

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  • 20

    Palazzo delle Arti Napoli

    2 reviews

    I've had so many great moments in this museum. The exhibitions are usually great and varies between abstract art, modern installations and real-life photography exhibitions. I cannot remember being disappointed when leaving even once!

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