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Attractions in Naples

There are plenty of sites to see and places to visit on your vacation in Naples. Below you’ll find information on the most interesting tourist attractions and must-see destinations in Naples and the surrounding area.

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Piazza Dante MAP
The Spaccanapoli in Naples is an old Roman style road that runs from east to west in what is now the center of the city. The Spaccanapoli currently incorporates the streets of Via Apostoli, Via Pisanelli, Via Sapienza, Via Anticaglia, Via Croce, Via...MORE INFO
Via Coroglio, 57 e 104 MAP
The Science Centre, opened in 2001, is the first scientific hands-on museum of second-generation in Italy. Basic branch of Città della Scienza, the Science Centre is part of a tradition of scientific museums started in 1969 with the San Francisco Exploratorium....MORE INFO
Via Cimarosa 77 MAP
Now set in a park, the beautiful white Villa Floridiana palace in the city of Naples was originally built in the 18th century and redone in the 19th century. The delightful terrace features a panoramic view of the town. Today the palace houses the National...MORE INFO
P.za Trieste e Trento 1 MAP
The San Carlo Theatre in Naples is a beautiful opera house that was built in the 18th century by Charles de Bourbon and then rebuilt in the 19th century after a fire destroyed it. The interior of the gorgeous opera house is decorated in red velvet, stucco...MORE INFO
Via S.maria di Costantinopoli, 107 MAP
Via Carbonara MAP
Built in the 14th century and modified in the 15th century, the Monastery of San Giovanni a Carbonara in Naples is the final resting place of King Ladislas of Anjou in an splendid and ornate tomb. The 15th century Chapel of Caracciolo del Sole is filled...MORE INFO
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The day of the blood miracle is an important feast for Naples and the people celebrate it accordingly. The Cathedral is surrounded by stalls selling sweets, cobs and all kinds of curiosities and kitsch. The Cathedral is surrounded by stalls selling sweets,...MORE INFO
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The feast of St. Anthony Abbot, starts lighting of all streets and alleys of the city through small and large fires, the so-called "stones". From every window are lowered in baskets tied to the ropes, all objects that are no longer needed at home and...MORE INFO
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Originally founded by the Greeks 3,000 years ago, the southern Italian city of Naples lies near Mount Vesuvius and today has an incredible number of museums and architectural masterpieces within its borders. It is known as a city of art and culture....MORE INFO

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