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1. Naples: City and Street Food Market
This walking tour starts every day from Naples in Piazza Municipio by the Neptune Fountain. Take the chance to visit the city of Naples with a local guide that is not just a guide, but is also a true Neapolitan traditions believer! With your guide you will discover the real heart of Naples, full of the artistic influences left by the different domination suffered by the city after the Greek and Roman ages. Visit the Piazza Plebiscito with the magnificent Royal Palace, walk along the seaside to enjoy the view of the bay and Mt. Vesuvius, stroll inside the food market Pignasecca and taste different typical dishes, and walk through the narrow roads of the historical center and in the famous "Spaccanapoli". In the historical center take the chance to enter into a craftman shop to learn about the tradition of the handmade statues of the Nativity (called “Presepe”), a tradition deeply felt i...
2. Naples: Chapel & Museum of San Gennaro Guided Tour
Enjoy a guided tour of two historic sites in Naples: the Royal Chapel of the Treasure of San Gennaro and the Museum of the Treasure of San Gennaro. Explore over seven centuries of art, culture, and history as you learn about the art and architecture you see from your expert guide. Start with a visit to the Royal Chapel of the Treasure of San Gennaro, also known as the “Reale cappella del Tesoro,” a chapel located in the Cathedral of Naples. Accompanied by your guide, explore this symbolic place of art and popular devotion. Marvel at the Baroque art and architecture, which features some of the most important expressions of art between the 16th and 17th centuries. Next, follow your guide into the Treasure of San Gennaro, the museum adjacent to the basilica. As you tour the museum, hear the stories and legends behind the museum’s collection of art and precious items. Thanks to the donat...
3. Naples: Magic Christmas Walking Tour
Experience the magic of Naples at Christmas on a walking tour with a professional guide. Discover the most elaborately decorated places on a tour exclusive to the Christmas period.
During the tour, give yourself over to the festive spirit on the streets of Naples. Hear about local Christmas legends, myths, and stories as you soak up the seasonal atmosphere.
With your guide, visit Naples's old-fashioned Christmas Market, located in Via dei Presepi. Find out why the market is so popular and which products you need to try at Christmas.
4. Heart of Naples: Spaccanapoli Walking Tour
Step into the heart of Naples on this guided walking tour of the cozy and characteristic Spaccanapoli street. Visit iconic monuments, churches, and spot the highest spire of the city. End your experience with a pizza dinner. Depart from the meeting point in Piazza del Gesù, where you can admire the highest spire of the city, that also hides a singular curiosity. Then, visit the inside the church of Gesù Nuovo, known as the church of the doctor Giuseppe Moscati. Later, head to the Santa Chiara complex and visit inside the Church of Santa Chiara that’s in a majestic Gothic style. Follow with a walk up to San Domenico Maggiore, a square full of curiosities. Continue toward the Piazzetta Nilo and Largo Corpo di Napoli squares, where you can see the statue of the god Nile. The tour continues down the most famous street in the world known as the street of the shepherds (Via San Gregorio Ar...
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What people are saying about Naples Cathedral
Roberto is an excellent guide and intelligent man who told us a lot of interesting information about history, specifics and legends of Naples. Introduced us famous and local places, let us try very nice foods (fried pizza, fried pasta, deserts, ice creams and coffee) which has original taste and we liked all of it. Forth it.
We made the tour with Mira - our guide- who told us a lot about the city, some curious facts and brought us to local places to taste some very good Napoleatan sweets, coffee, mozarella. We liked it a lot.