Naples is the third largest city in Italy. We will take you to discover its historic center and the places that make it famous all over the world.
From Piazza Plebiscito, where important statues and palaces stand, such as the Pontifical Royal Basilica of San Francesco di Paola, the statues of Ferdinand I and Charles III, to the royal palace of Naples and the Palazzo della Prefettura. We will visit the San Carlo Theater and the Umberto I Gallery, the most famous in Naples, the Castel Nuovo, which represents one of the symbols of Naples.
Last stop of our walking tour will be the most famous alleys of Naples: the Spanish Quarters, the heart of Naples, discovering glimpses, murals, artisan shops and small really interesting realities that make us understand how much Naples is a special city.
In 79 A.D. the city was completely buried by the eruption of the Vesuvius volcano, stopping time. Today it is still possible to walk among the Roman domus, the shops and the skilfully built streets, giving an immersive experience and the feeling of living for a few hours in that distant era.
The excavations began at the behest of Charles III of Bourbon and are considered one of the best testimonies of Roman life. Many of the finds, such as furnishings, frescoes, mosaics, and statues, can be found in the National Archaeological Museum of Naples.
Naples is full of richness, one of these is for sure food. The food that makes Naples famous all around the world is the pizza. A very simple mix of genuine ingredients.
You will taste one of the most exquisite pizza in all of the city… and Italy!
Capri is a mythical place with its Faraglioni, the Blue Grotto and the” magnificent Villa Jovis or “Palazzo di Tiberio, where the emperor lived his voluntary exile.
The Piazzetta , placed in a panoramic position, has seen numerous famous faces pass over the years.
This tour is available every day, booking at least one week in advance is required. Price for person.
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