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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
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
V. Tribunali 253 MAP
The Church of Pio Monte della Misericordia in the city of Naples is run by the Confraternity of Mercy, which was first organized in the 17th century. The church’s altarpieces refer to their charity work and guiding principles. You should look out for...MORE INFO
Piazza Museo Nazionale 19 MAP
The Villa of the Papyruses Rooms at the National Archaeological Museum in the city of Naples houses the gorgeous statues that were excavated from Herculanum during the 1700s. Be sure to stop by Room 116 and see the Sleeping Satyr, Resting Hermes, Dancers...MORE INFO
V. Toledo MAP
The Galleria Umberto I in the city of Naples is a glass shopping center crowned with a dome on the square. Go there to sop for fine fashion and jewelry or get a bite to eat at one of the cafes. The Galleria Umberto I faces the San Carlo Theater, Naples’s...MORE INFO
Piazza Plebiscito 1 MAP
Constructed in the 17th century by Domenico Fontana but only used as a palace starting in the 18th century with Charles III, the Royal Palace in Naples has a somber façade that includes statues of Naples’s former rulers. Take the staircase up to see...MORE INFO
Via settembrini, 79 MAP
Housed in what was previously known as the Donnaregina Palazzo, the Museum of Contemporary Art Donnaregina in Naples was opened at the end of 2005. The museum contains a permanent art collection made up of works from both international and local artists...MORE INFO

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