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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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Via Miano 2 MAP
With origins dating to 1738 and a location in the Palace of Capodimonte, the National Museum of Capodimonte in the city of Naples contains an important collection of local paintings and decorative art. Visitors can see some ancient Roman sculptures on...MORE INFO
Piazza immacolata , Vomero MAP
Largo San Martino, 5 MAP
Via Luigi Settembrini 79 MAP
The Museum of Contemporary Art Donnaregina (MOTHER) is located in Naples, the Palace Donnagerina an area of 7200 square meters. The museum was inaugurated in 2005 as a result of alterations of structures eighteenth and nineteenth century at the hands...MORE INFO
Largo San Martino 5 MAP
The Carthusian Monastery Museum in the southern Italian city of Naples actually houses an eclectic collection of themes and artifacts with such items as a late 19th century Cucciniello crib, 18th century figurines made of terracotta for Neapolitan nativity...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
Vico S. Anna di Palazzo 52 MAP
The Napoli Sotterranea in Naples consists of 121 stairs leading down to a series underground passages dating from the 4th century BC and the ancient Greeks’ wall construction. Along the circuit open the to the public, visitors can see Greek cisterns,...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
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