If Naples has been described as an amphitheater wrapping around the bay, Lungomare, the city’s 3km long Seafront Promenade would be its front row seats.
Home Giuseppe Sanmartino’s world famous Veiled Christ by , the Sansevero Chapel in Naples, Italy is the 17th century chapel of Prince Raimondo di Sangro.
Spanning the entire eastern end of Piazza del Plebiscito, Palazzo Reale in Naples, Italy is home to an impressive 30 room “Royal House Museum” and the largest state library in Southern Italy, the Biblioteca Nazionale Vittorio Emanuele III.
A must see, Capodimonte Museum in Naples is a first class art museum set in a Royal Palace with works by such masters as Caravaggio, Masaccio and Titian.
The National Archaeological Museum of Naples, Italy is home to one of the most important collections of classical archaeology in the world.
Located just off Piazza del Gesù, the 14th century Gothic Santa Chiara Church Naples, Italy is one of the most beautiful and beloved churches in the city.
Home to the Crypt and Chapel of Naples Patron Saint, San Gennaro and the Festival of San Gennaro, the 14th-century Naples Cathedral, il Duomo is a must see!
From just about everywhere in the city you can catch a glimpse of this beautiful white citadel stretching across Vomero Hill. With Castle Sant’Elmo looming behind, it is one of the most iconic vistas of Naples and the first view that greets visitors arriving by sea. Built as a Carthusian Monastery, this splendid piece of real estate is now the steward of the most important repository of Neapolitan Art and History.
A must see destination in Naples, Italy, Castel Sant’Elmo offers 360° panoramic views of the city and the Bay of Naples from its location atop Vomero hill.