Walking tour of Naples

Spend the day between a perfect mix of art, history and culture walking through the streets of Naples.

Opting for a walking tour of Naples is like taking part in a theater show, in which churches, palaces, streets and squares are the setting for the history of the city, rich in the footprints of past dominations that have contributed to the formation of its extraordinary heritage.

We recommend to start the visit of Naples from Piazza del Plebiscito, where you can admire the monuments that overlook one of the largest squares in Italy, such as the Royal Palace of Naples or the Basilica of San Francesco di Paola.

Then crossing the nearby Piazza Trieste and Trento, where you can contemplate the Teatro San Carlo and the Galleria Umberto I, you will arrive at Piazza del Municipio, which contains real treasures, such as Palazzo San Giacomo, seat of the city administration, and the very famous Maschio Angioino. After meeting the Port of Naples, you can admire the surrounding landscape, dominated by the imposing silhouette of Vesuvius that stands out on the horizon.

Afterwards, you can explore the famous Spaccanapoli, along which you can visit the Church of Santa Chiara with the beautiful cloister, in Gothic style, and the Baroque Church of Gesù Nuovo. It will then be the turn of San Gregorio Armeno, the road of the cribs of Naples. We also recommend visiting the Cathedral of San Gennaro, the most beloved saint of the city, and the MAN: National Archaeological Museum, one of the most important archaeological museums in the world.

  • Piazza del Plebiscito with the Royal Palace and the Basilica di San Francesco di Paola
  • Piazza Trieste and Trento with Galleria Umberto I and Teatro San Carlo
  • Piazza del Municipio with Maschio Angioino and Palazzo San Giacomo
  • Port of Naples
  • Spaccanapoli with the Church of Santa Chiara and Chiesa del Gesù Nuovo
  • Street of San Gregorio Armeno
  • Cathedral of San Gennaro
  • MAN: National Archaeological Museum