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    Historic Centre of Naples

    19 reviews

    The "Centre Storico" of Naples is the heart of this great city. The streets are lined with beautiful churches and artisian shops, as well as the best and most famous pizzerias in the city. The archaeological museum and Via San Gregorio Armeno are must sees.

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    13 reviews

    Fascinating! A much more up close look at a city buried by Vesuvius than Pompeii. It's smaller, but it really is more intimate and WAY fewer crowds. Plus, since it's under ground level, there is much more escape from than heat than in Pompeii.

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    Castel Nuovo (New Castle)

    8 reviews

    From the outside, the Castel Nuovo does look formidable, a closer look, it is revealed that it is in need of more care. It is nevertheless an important and famous symbol of Naples.

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    Castel dell'Ovo

    9 reviews

    This castle may not have the most beautiful architecture you'll ever see. However its history and surroundings makes it all the more worth it. This is the best place to be during a thunderstorm viewing the lightnings go off in the near distance, overlooking the Vesuvio and the ocean.

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    Piazza del Plebiscito

    7 reviews


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    Galleria Umberto I

    7 reviews

    Located in the heart of Naples adjacent to San Carlo Opera house, it is a shopping gallery similar to the Galleria Vittorio Emanuelle in Milan.

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    Duomo di San Gennaro

    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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    Piazza Bellini

    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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    Tunnel Borbonico

    2 reviews

    After spending a month in Italy I have had my fill of churches, ruins and monuments. But the tunnel was a fun and very interesting site to visit. The history covers many time periods so it has information for history buffs and those interested in WWII. Our tour guide spoke English very well and she was fun and entertaining. Since ...

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    Teatro di San Carlo

    2 reviews

    I felt the chills traveling my spine as I walked into the main theater. Teatro di San Carlo. It opened in 1737, making it the oldest public opera house in Europe. The interior is gorgeous and ornate and very romantic. I chatted with the couple sitting next to me. They had been attending operas here for decades and felt justly ...

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    Museo di Palazzo Reale

    2 reviews

    We came here by chance, but were very happy to discover this beautiful jewel of Naples. Palazzo Reale has a fantastic position in front of Piazza del Plebiscito. We could admire it from a balcony. Affrescos inside the palace are really astonishing.

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  • 12

    Campi Flegrei - Pozzuoli

    1 review

    pozzuoli, naples, italy

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    Parco Archeologico Cuma

    1 review

    At this archaeological site you can see the Antro della Sibilla or Sibyl's Cave. It is a very cool area to walk around, especially if you're a Classics nerd like me. There's lots of plaques with passages from Aeneid book 6, where the cave is described in detail.

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    Chiesa di San Giorgio Maggiore

    1 review

    On the quiet island of San Giorgio Maggiore, the Giorgio Cini Foundation has transformed a wing of the 10th-century San Giorgio Monastery into the Nuova Manica Lunga library 

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    Napoli Sotterranea

    1 review

    A travel in time to the underground tunnels in the Napolitano historical center. With the help of guides (I've been here twice and had the same guide both times, he's excellent!!) you'll get the full understanding for the importance of this extraordinary creation.

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    Palazzo Sanfelice

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