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Things to do for Spiritual Seekers in Naples 

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    Cappella Sansevero

    5
    5 reviews

    This is a really unusual place, one of the city´s best kept secrets. It is a church in the heart of the historical centre featuring some impressive artworks, including a sculpture entitled "Cristo Velato", which is known for the impressive details. On the basement, there are some ancient bodies whose organs and veins have been sort of "petrified" and are ...

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    Chiesa del Gesù Nuovo

    5
    7 reviews

    Located in the historical center this building stands taller than most others. The hidden musical notes in the bricks makes it even more unique. I actually didn't find out about these until years after my first visit, but now, every time I go there I look for them hidden under the brickwork.

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    Herculaneum

    4.5
    9 reviews

    Turns out the volcanic eruption of Mount Vesuvius wiped out more than just one town. Although Pompeii gets all the fame (and movie deals), nearby Herculaneum is actually better preserved, and visitors can see many of the buildings in their original state -- roofs and all -- as well as tons of beautiful original artwork.

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    Mount Vesuvius

    4.5
    28 reviews

    Well worth the scenic walk up, even on a hot day. Do bring water and take care to keep kids under control. The Italians don't do 'health and safety' quite the same way. But the cauldron is gorgeous. Only mind complaint is the junk they sell at the top.

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    Historic Centre of Naples

    4.5
    19 reviews

    This part of Naples is dramatically different from the areas such as Piazza Plebiscito or Via Caracciolo (lungomare), but it truly represents the heart of Naples. It's a blur of people, restaurant, street markets, old churches, bars, clubs, cafes, university facilities (lots of young people) and vintage clothing stores and all kind of crazy things popping out of every corner. ...

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  • 6

    Napoli

    5
    17 reviews

    Don't dismiss Napoli on your Italy tour. It's a very authentic place. Walking around the old city center was quite an experience. Napoli is quite a popular destination to foreign tourists but I didn't really run into any big groups. Old city square was filled with young people, enjoying night life, and the little streets were full of charming handmade ...

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    Classic Journeys Amalfi Coast Tour

    5
    11 reviews

    Absolutely amazing coast. I spent at least a couple of weeks every year on this coast, and I always enjoy the retro feel of it all, it really feels like I am back to the italian 60s or something. I think it´s worth spending a few days there, but if you are on a tight schedule, a quick tour like ...

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  • 8

    National Archaeological Museum of Naples

    5
    10 reviews

    Even if you don't really like museums, this one is awesome, with the treasures of Pompeii. Highly recommended.

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  • 9

    Castel Nuovo (New Castle)

    4.5
    8 reviews

    Overlooking the bay this giant castle makes you imagine renaissance napoletano counts plotting their next move, or watching the horizon for hostile ships. Great lookout point, beautiful structure.

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  • 10

    Castel dell'Ovo

    4
    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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    Piazza del Plebiscito

    4.5
    7 reviews

    This is a truly stunning square. Its quite insane to think this place has been used as a parking lot for buses for many years, before the administration finally figured out what a terrible thing they were doing. This is a really cool place to hang out and one of Italy´s coolest squares.

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  • 12

    Galleria Umberto I

    4
    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

    4.5
    5 reviews

    Naples' most impressive cathedral, the Duomo stretches higher than many Roman churches. It's an impressive offering inside, complete with frescoes and a crypt. Totally worth a visit, especially given it's one of the few churches in Naples that isn't completely closed.

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  • 14

    Ercolano

    4.5
    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

    5
    3 reviews

    If you want to have a fun time in Naples, this is one of the best place for nightlife and youth culture. In naples (and southern Italy in general) it´s not much about getting to a club, but more about the square, so its very common that people just hang around there, meeting other people, playing and listening to music, ...

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  • 16

    Lungomare

    5
    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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    Via Chiaia

    4
    4 reviews

    Even though I've never really loved nor hated Via Chiaia I cannot give it a fair review. I usually use this street as a passage rather than actually going there intentionally (I used to live nearby). It's not really my type of street as I prefer other parts of Naples over this one. Nevertheless, it's a nice street for those ...

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  • 18

    Museo Archeologico Nazionale Naples

    4.5
    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

    4
    3 reviews

    The beautiful handicraft tradition of presepe (nativity scene) making is preserved on this street of artist's workshops, tucked into the historical center of Naples. These craftsman work year round, turning out everything from stunning angels to cartoon-like tiny replicas of soccer stars and political figures--lately I've seen the Obamas. Warning--the via is mobbed at holiday time--but it's still fun to ...

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  • 20

    Sant'Elmo

    5
    2 reviews

    Wonderful, and somewhat secret place, with great panoramic views overviewing Napoli, il Vesuvio, Salerno, Capri... I keep going back again and again, it's just that stunning!

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