Naples & Surroundings
The city of Naples, capital of Campania Region and the largest town of southern Italy, over the centuries has seen a succession of different historical periods and that have left their mark both in the architecture of the city in the traditions.

Museums of Naples

Naples is famous everywhere for its artistic character, and this is very much appreciated by the Neapolitans and Tourists. Many museums enrich the heritage of the city, showcasing works of art of inestimable cultural value and Beauty.

-Museo di Palazzo Reale, Piazza del Plebiscito
-Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Piazza Museo
-Museo Nazionale e Certosa di San Martino, Largo San Martino -Museo e Gallerie Nazionali di Capodimonte, Parco di Capodimonte

-Cappella Sansevero, Via de Sanctis
-Museo Civico Filangieri, Via Duomo

-Museo Duca di Martina, Villa Floridiana
-Museo Civico di Castel Nuovo, Piazza Municipio
-Museo Principe Aragona Pignatelli Cortes, Riviera di Chiaia

The Castles of Naples

Naples boasts five castles, an important component of the extraordinary historical and architectural heritage of the town. The castles were built over the centuries in the Kingdom of Naples, represented the dwelling and the sure refuge of kings, queens and princes, conceived as stone sentinels on the fate of the kingdom.

-Castel Sant’Elmo (XIV sec.), Via Tito Angelini -Castel dell’Ovo (IX sec.), Borgo Marinaro
-Castel Nuovo (XIII sec.), Piazza Municipio
-Castel Capuano (XII sec.) e Porta Capuana (XV sec.), Piazza De Nicola

Churches in Naples

Naples is known as the city of a thousand churches. In fact there are so many churches, the only city in Italy that has more churches of Naples is Rome. Worth a visit some churches or basilicas which are the symbol of the town.

-San Francesco di Paola (XIX sec.), Piazza del Plebiscito
-San Domenico Maggiore (XIII sec.), Piazza San Domenico
-Santa Chiara (XIV sec.), Via Benedetto Croce -Gesù Nuovo (XVI sec.), Piazza del Gesù -Duomo (XIV sec.), Via Duomo
-San Giovanni a Carbonara (XIV sec.), Via Carbonara

-San Lorenzo Maggiore (XIII sec.), Piazza San Gaetano
-San Paolo Maggiore (XVI sec.), Piazza San Gaetano -Sant’Anna dei Lombardi (XV sec.), Via Monteoliveto
-Santa Maria Donnaregina (XIV sec.), Vico Donnaregina Santa Maria del Carmine (XII sec.), Piazza del Carmine

Archaeological Sites in Naples

Naples is one of the oldest cities of the world that has a rich historic remains dating even millennia. Every corner of the city houses priceless works of art and history, places full of mystery and mysticism that make Naples an unforgettable stage for each traveler. Between. The numerous archaeological sites, churches and sacred buildings of different religions, as well as the buildings from different historical periods, make Naples a city unique. Its historic center was declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 1998.

-Scavi del Duomo, Via Duomo
-Scavi di San Lorenzo Maggiore, Piazza San Gaetano

-Napoli sotterranea, Piazza San Gaetano
-Parco archeologico di Posillipo, la gaiola
-Crypta Napoletana, Salita Piedigrotta