Welcome to Naples, the city where every corner has a story to tell. Spectacular monuments, ancient churches and picturesque alleys just waiting to be visited.
|Castel Nuovo / Maschio Angioino||Travel time: 2 Min.|
Castel Nuovo, better known as Maschio Angioino, is the symbol of the city of Naples. Inside the castle is the civic museum, with the Palatine chapel and the museum paths of the first and second floors.
|Galleria Umberto I||Travel time: 2 Min.|
It is the most famous gallery in Naples. Designed with the intention of being itself a monumental work, the gallery Umberto I, since its construction, immediately became a fundamental commercial hub of the city of Naples, thanks also to the location that sees it surrounded by the shopping streets of Naples.
|Palazzo Reale||Travel time: 2 Min.|
Of considerable size, the palace overlooks the monumental area of Piazza del Plebiscito and is surrounded by other important and imposing buildings. During its history, the palace became the residence of the Spanish viceroys, then of the Austrians and later , of the kings of the Bourbon house. After the Unification of Italy, Neapolitan residence of the sovereigns of the House of Savoy was appointed.
|Piazza del Plebiscito||Travel time: 2 Min.|
Piazza del Plebiscito is the most famous square in Naples. Located in the historic center, between the promenade and Via Toledo, with an area of about 39 000 square meters, the square is one of the largest in the city and in Italy and this is the most used for large events.
|Napoli Sotterranea||Travel time: 10 Min.|
A substratum rich in history and linked to the rediscovery of a rare heritage, if not unique. Works of great civil engineering, left long abandoned and now recovered to new life thanks to the skilful work of Napoli Sotterranea. Indescribable beauties and suggestive places to be discovered.
|Cappella San Severo e Cristo Velato||Travel time: 10 Min.|
The Sansevero Chapel is one of the most important religious buildings in Naples. The chapel houses the stupendous masterpiece of the Veiled Christ, known throughout the world for its marble veil that almost reclines on the dead Christ. The chapel houses many other works of fine workmanship, such as the anatomical machines, two totally unmade bodies where the entire circulatory system can be observed in great detail.
|San Gregorio Armeno||Travel time: 10 Min.|
San Gregorio Armeno is a street in the historic center of Naples, famous for its cribs. The presepial tradition of San Gregorio Armeno has very ancient origins dating back to the period of Roman domination.