Via Duomo, one of the main arteries of the city, home to the majestic Duomo of San Gennaro, tied to the patron saint of the city. A church rich in history and culture, home to the Chapel of the Treasure of San Gennaro, the heart of Neapolitan religious tradition, with bronze and silver statues of saints, the famous “ampoule” containing the blood of San Gennaro, which on several occasions during the year offers the miracle of liquefaction, and images of high pictorial level, made by the greatest artists of the’ 600 in Naples. A rich and complete exhibition of Baroque in Naples.
San Biagio dei Librai, famous for its shops of “cornicelli” (good luck amulets) and Pulcinella, typical of the culture, as well as of the strong Neapolitan superstition.
San Gregorio Armeno, the street of the cribs, which offers the most comprehensive showcase of pastors of the whole world. From scenes of daily life and market, religious scenes, till the most fashionable celebrities of the moment, all this is present in the refined cribs of this street.
Via dei Tribunali, the street with the most famous pizzerias in the city, where you can enjoy not only pizzas of several tastes, but you can find also typical neapolitan fried food shops and pastry shops.
Chapel of San Severo, a very rich chapel built by the Prince of San Severo, Raimondo di Sangro. It contains sculptures dedicated to the virtues of the entire family, commissioned to an architect chosen for his passion for masonry; in fact, it is supposed the Prince was an alchemist. It stands the sculpture of the Veiled Christ, sculpted by Sanmartino, who has not only carved in marble a Christ near real; he made a veil of marble which, penetrating in all joints of the body of Christ, accentuates the anatomy as if it was a real cloth towel. In fact, tradition has it that this is the result of a marbling process of a real veil, not simply a sculpture made from a block of marble.
Piazza San Domenico Maggiore, where stands the magnificent spire of San Domenico , a Saint who on several occasions, in the course of history, has replaced by importance San Gennaro.
Piazza del Gesù, where, in addition to Spire of the Immaculate Conception, lies the Church of Gesu Nuovo, an art set of 15th century, for the unusual façade with dogtooth moulding, of the 16th century, for the typical form of the Counterreformation (single and very large aisle ), and of the 17 th century, thanks to the rich baroque decorations and the paintings of the greatest artists of the period.
Piazza Bellini, where a without equal youth nightlife and open clubs for all night, mingle with history, thanks to the remains of the Greek walls of tufa, which are right at the center of this square.
Garibaldi Central Station (5 minutes walk), with a metropolitan train service, with which you can reach easily, tourist areas such as Herculaneum, Pompeii and Sorrento.
Bus stop, in front of the building.
Tram station, Piazza Garibaldi (5 minutes walk).
Embarkation port (15/20 minute walk), from which you can reach the islands of Ischia, Capri and Procida.