24 hours in Naples? What to do and what to see.
It often happens to be in Naples passing through for just one day, even if quickly, it is always a pleasure to take a tour of the City, even just to admire the ancient buildings or eat a pizza on the Lungomare of Mergellina.
Walk the City
Starting from Piazza Garibaldi, from there in a few minutes walk you can reach Piazza del Plebiscito, where in the center of the colonnade stands the Basilica of St. Francis of Paola and the equestrian statues of Charles III of Bourbon and Ferdinand I.
Continuing the walk you can admire the Teatro S. Carlo, one of the main theatres in the world, recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Not far away is the famous Maschio Angioino, one of the castles symbol of the Neapolitan City. Continuing on, it is worth taking a walk along the suggestive Lungomare di Mergellina, from where you can admire Vesuvius and Castel dell’Ovo.
Naples is an important pole of attraction for all lovers of street art. Walking through the alleys, in fact, you can see the famous San Gennaro di Jorit a Forcella, the works of Roxy in the box at the Spanish Quarters, and the Madonna with the gun of the English artist Bansky, the most famous exponent of Street Art worldwide.
Explore the historic centre towards Duomo di Napoli, one of the most imposing Churches in Campania. Inside you’ll find a beautiful nave, the oldest baptistery in the western world, a sumptuous chapel dedicated to the city’s patron Saint, San Gennaro and a fascinating underground archaeological area where you can admire the ruins of Greek, Roman and medieval Naples.
A visit to Naples is not complete without a walk to Spaccanapoli in the heart of historic Naples. Stop in the charming Via San Gregorio Armeno where artisans still create the traditional Neapolitan Christmas cribs. The shops are open all year round and are a wonderful place to find souvenirs to remember the day spent in Naples.
Among the things to see are:
– the Cemetery of the Fontanelle, a place on the border between history and legend;
– Napoli Sotterranea;
– Pio Monte della Misericordia.
You can not leave without having tasted the pizza and sfogliatella. We recommend you to go from Masardona to the Station for the best fried pizza in Naples and from Pintauro in Via Toledo for the always hot sfogliatella.
What to visit around Naples:
* Pompeii and Herculaneum
* The Amalfi Coast
* La Reggia di Caserta
From Le Cheminèe Hotel you can reach the Central Station and the Historic Center in less than 25 minutes. The bus stop is in front of the hotel
If you arrive by car, our garage will provide you with a safe place to park your car.
If you arrive by plane, thanks to its proximity to Capodichino Airport, you can take advantage of our Taxi agreement to reach in 10 minutes Le Cheminèe Hotel.
Anna, Luca, Mario and Pino will be happy to offer you information for bookings of guided tours of the historic center of Naples.
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