Things to Do & Attractions in Naples

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Located in the Campania region, Avellino is not nearly as well-known as its seaside neighbor Naples. History buffs may recognize the name, as Avellino was ...  Read more

Bay of Naples

4.5 star rating: Recommended 394 Reviews

The Bay of Naples is the body of water located between Naples, Italy and the Sorrentine Peninsula. It also refers to the region that borders the water and ...  Read more

Bourbon Tunnel (Galleria Borbonica)

Travelers looking to venture back in time can explore the eight ramps that delve some 33 yards deep into the depths of Chiaia on an incredible tour of the ...  Read more

Cala di Mitigliano

Cala di Mitigliano is an unspoiled beach at the tip of the Sorrentine Peninsula in Italy. It can only be reached by walking down a steep footpath for about 30 ...  Read more

Capodimonte Museum

Often regarded as being one of the most important museums in Italy, the Capodimonte Museum is the leading depository to everything related to Neapolitan ...  Read more

Castel dell'Ovo (Castle of the Egg)

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 8 Reviews

Castel dell'Ovo (Egg Castle) is a fortified castle perched in the Bay of Naples. Built on the small island of Megaride, it is now connected to the mainland by ...  Read more

Castel Nuovo (New Castle)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 94 Reviews

Castel Nuovo, better known locally as Maschio Angioino, looks the way a castle should look - fierce stone, towers and turrets. Built as the new royal ...  Read more

Catacombe di San Gennaro

4 star rating: Recommended 213 Reviews

These are the most important catacombs in southern Italy due to the length of their use as a burial site and the well-preserved mosaics. In use from the rise ...  Read more

Centro Storico

The entire city of Naples can be overwhelming - it sprawls away from the bay and even up the slopes of Mt. Vesuvius - but visitors need only concentrate on the ...  Read more

Certosa di San Martino

Once a monastery and now a remarkable museum, the Certosa di San Martino looks over the city of Naples from high above the hill on which it is perched. The ...  Read more

Fontanelle Cemetery (Cimitero delle Fontanelle)

Despite the name, Fontanelle Cemetery in Naples isn’t a traditional cemetery. It’s a place of many thousands of burials, but it’s actually an ossuary built ...  Read more

Funicolare Centrale

Naples is a very hilly city, the perfect public transport solution therefore is the funicular or cable railway. Naples has four. The Chiaia was the first, ...  Read more

Galleria Umberto I

If you've been to the city center of Milan, you've no doubt seen the Galleria Emanuele II, which is one of the oldest shopping malls in the world – as well as ...  Read more

Gesú Nuovo Church

4.5 star rating: Recommended 4 Reviews

Originally built as a palace, the Gesú Nuovo Church was converted into a place of worship by the Jesuits. It stands in a square by the same name in ...  Read more

Historic Centre of Naples

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

It's too much to try to take Naples as a whole. This city is all noise and speed and grit, thrown at you  from the moment you step out of the train station or ...  Read more

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