Welcome to Naples, the city where every corner has a story to tell. Spectacular Monuments, Ancient Churches and Suggestive Alleys just waiting to be visited.
|Chiesa di Santa Maria in Portico||Travel time: 1 Min.|
Begun in 1632, called “in Portico” in memory of the Roman one of Santa Maria in Campitelli, where an ancient image of the Virgin was venerated. The convent complex acquired considerable prestige and was the temporary seat of the viceroy Marquis del Carpio in 1683.
|Stazione zoologica Anton Dohrn||Travel time: 1 Min.|
The Anton Dohrn Zoological Station of Naples is a scientific institution and research institution located in Villa Comunale and also includes, the oldest in Italy and second oldest in Europe, the first among those still existing.
|Villa comunale di Napoli||Travel time: 1 Min.|
The Villa Comunale is a historic garden in Naples that extends for over 1 km between piazza della Vittoria and piazza della Repubblica, flanked by the Riviera di Chiaia and via Caracciolo. Its first nucleus dates back to 1697 and between 1778 and 1780 the entire area was converted into an urban garden very popular in those years.
|Villa Pignatelli||Travel time: 1 Min.|
Villa Pignatelli is one of the most beautiful monunental villas in Naples. The structure, with an adjoining park, represents one of the most significant examples of neoclassical architecture in the city. Inside there are the Prince Diego Aragona Pignatelli Cortés Museum and the Carriage Museum of Villa Pignatelli.
|Galleria Borbonica||Travel time: 7 Min.|
In 1853 Ferdinand II of Bourbon commissioned a long underground tunnel that connected the Largo della Reggia (today’s Piazza Plebiscito) to Piazza della Vittoria, the work was not completed and over the years it remained abandoned. Since 2005, the structure has returned to the attention of geologists who have inspected it and has become a major tourist attraction.
|Palazzo delle Arti di Napoli||Travel time: 10 Min.|
The palace of the Arts of Naples – PAN, is a museum of the city of Naples, located in the historic Carafa di Roccella palace in via dei Mille; hosts exhibitions of contemporary art in its many forms (painting, sculpture, photography, graphics, comics, design, video art, cinema).
|Castel dell’Ovo||Travel time: 10 Min.|
The Castel dell’Ovo is the oldest castle in the city of Naples and its name derives from an ancient legend according to which the Latin poet Virgilio hid an egg in the dungeons of the building and its breaking would not only have caused the collapse of the castle, but also a series of disastrous catastrophes in the city of Naples.
|Piazza del Plebiscito||Travel time: 5 Min.|
Piazza del Plebiscito is located in the historic center, with an area of about 25,000 square meters the square is one of the largest in the city and in Italy. In the square itself and in its vicinity stands: the real San Carlo theater, the Royal Palace, the church of San Francesco di Paola and the Umberto I gallery.