You will discover all the beautiful corner of this beautiful city; Naples is like an amphitheater on the sea and is bounded by Mount Vesuvius,
Sorrento, the Amalfi coast and the beautiful islands of Capri, Ischia and Procida.
You will discover all the beautiful corner of this beautiful city; Naples is like an amphitheater on the sea and is bounded by Mount Vesuvius, Sorrento,
the Amalfi coast and the beautiful islands of Capri, Ischia and Procida. Naples is a multifaceted city where you breathe art and culture and
where you can be left enchanted by its picturesque lanes. This regional capital of Campania and the third largest city in Italy after Rome and Milan,
there are a number or amazing thing to experience and many streets to explore. The city has lived countless different eras,
with different populations that have left their mark both in the architecture, art, culture and traditions of the Neapolitans.
Together let’s discover these top 10 top things to do in Naples, so you do not risk miss any of the beautiful and unforgettable Napoli sights!
The Old Town
Declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1995, the Historical Centre is based on the same urban foundations as Greek architecture,
with a road set on three broad parallel roads, intersecting at a right angle from a number of smaller and narrower streets.
The main roads of the historic centre of Neapolis, the New Town, are Via Dei Tribunali and Via San Biagio Dei Librai, or as called by the locals,
"Spaccanapoli", precisely because of the way in which it splits the city in two.
Naples Underground - "Catacombe"
Naples is famous not only for the magnificent seaside, its own volcano, ancient Greek and later Roman old town, but also for the underground.
Due to the incredible civil engineering work, the underground of Naples is a very unique place to visit if you are in the city. In the III century B.C.
the Greeks began digging the underground to derive the turf necessary to build walls and temples, and creating burial spaces underground. The Romans then
continued to dig and enlarge this great underground network to create the first aqueduct. The tunnels are wide but the and passageways are very narrow,
when created were made just for the sole purpose for man to walk along.
Located in Piazza del Plebiscito, the Royal Palace was the home, for more than 150 years, of the Spanish Viceroy and following the unification of Italy
was sold to Vittorio Emanuele III of Savoy and since then it has mainly been used as a Museum attraction. The monumental complex is so large that you
could spend more than half a day inside the building to admire all that it offers. It displays of the best collections of Italian art,
including works of art Farnese, Borgia and Bourbonica.
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