Pompeii and Herculaneum, Cattedrale di San Gennaro and Palazzo Arcivescovile, National Museum of Capodimonte and Secret Museum, Piazza del Plebiscito and Castel Nuovo.
History. Religion. Culture. That’s what Naples is about.
But you know what? There’s more to Naples than just history. There’s more to Naples than just religion. There’s more to Naples than just culture. You will not only see wonders on the aforesaid locations. You will not only experience serenity on the abovementioned locations.
Here are other must-dos in Naples:
Explore the underground scene.
By now, you should have explored Naples’s ancient ruins, old churches, local museums, grand piazzas, and strong forts. But do you what else Naples has in store for you? An underground scene, filled with rich history and vibrant culture – then until now. Check out the San Lorenzo Maggiore’s underground scene, which features centuries-old Roman buildings and well-preserved Greek structures. Also check out Napoli Sotteranea, which features an exclusive tour on Naples’ geothermal zone and burrow system.
Explore the food scene.
Did you know? Flatbreads were used to make pizzas in Naples. The only problem? Pizza was just considered “a lowly man’s dish” back then. Thankfully, business and technology has now made it possible for this kind of dish to really stand out from the crowd – no matter how rich you are, no matter how poor you are. Try out Antica Pizzeria da Michele, located in Via Cesare Sersale. You can also try out Pizzeria Di Matteo, located in Via dei Tribunali.
BONUS: What is the most popular thing in the world? What is the most popular “thing to do” in the world? Ladies and gentlemen, it’s buying souvenirs! Go and visit Ceramiche di Vietri if you want to have a beautiful meal set and Fratelli Scuotto della Scarabbattola if you want to have a beautiful art set. Naples is also home to Intra Moenia, a special café for book lovers and art lovers.
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