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Naples, a city that is always alive, multicolored and full of flavors. Where the scent of the sea meets that of food, a city where the streets and alleys are full of creativity. Naples welcomes and envelopes with its generosity, with the sea as a backdrop and the majestic Vesuvio as a backdrop, it is an authentic place. Its streets, monuments and traditions are a mosaic of millennia-old stories. Here, the past and present become intertwined showing true beauty. Naples is a smile, a discovery and an encounter.



palazzo reale

The Royal Palace of Naples is an extraordinary architectural example that resides in the heart of the historic center precisely in Piazza del Plebiscito. Built around 1600, this building is characterized by its imposing facades and large rooms that leave you breathless. Starting from the Historical Apartment which is accessed through the grand staircase, it is possible to visit the numerous rooms including the Court Theater, the sala del Trono and the Cappella Reale decorated with extraordinary masterpieces. In addition, the palace is surrounded by gardens and courtyards that provide breathtaking views of the Gulf of Naples and Vesuvius. Today, the Palace is a major cultural hub, an opportunity to explore art, culture and history.


castel dellovo

Castel dell’Ovo is an icon of Naples, a Norman fortress overlooking the Gulf of Naples. This imposing castle has a thousand-year history and is rich in legends. It owes its name to the egg of the Siren Partenope that the poet Virgil hid in the underworld; it was believed that as long as the egg remained intact, the castle would be intact. After numerous transformations, it is now a landmark for the city of Naples. Inside as you explore its halls you can admire late Byzantine frescoes, the cells of the monks and the prison of Queen Giovanna.


san gregorio armeno

San Gregorio Armeno is not only the street of nativity scenes but the beating heart of Naples. Having become famous for its artisan stores that produce nativity scenes, it is a place where craftsmanship is art. Walking down the street, one feels transported to another atmosphere of bright colors and figurines. Originally home to the Temple of the Goddess Ceres, and to honor her, worshippers brought terracotta statues, from here the first workshops were born. In addition to the artisans’ workshops in the neighborhood, it is possible to visit the Monastery of San Gregorio, a work of extraordinary beauty with a beautiful cloister and frescoes by Luca Giordano.

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