You’ll enjoy your walk thorugh the main highlights with your expert Local Guide , who will tell you the story of this amazing town and will show you some local hidden spots as well.
The Meeting point is the corner of biggest square of Italy: Piazza del Plebiscito, where is placed the Royal Palace of Naples and also the oldest bar of the city (Gran Cafè Gambrinus). You’ll get inside the amazing Umberto I Gallery, with its beautiful marble floor and the glass dome. Just in front, the facade of one of the oldest theatres of the World: the Royal San Carlo Theatre!
You’ll have a promenade through via Toledo, the shopping district of the city, that hides a really old foundation!
All along, you’ll reach the opposite end of the city, the UNESCO Historical Center of Naples (greek/roman side). During the walk, you’ll explore the famous Spanish Districts, with their lively daily life mixed with amazing street art works, and the local market of Pignasecca.
It's not a marathon, so on the way we can stop also to taste local food and, of course, a neapolitan "Caffè"!
The tour continues to Piazza del Gesù, with the greatest baroque church in town, moving to the famous Spaccanapoli, the lower decumanus of the ancient city.
You’ll stop for a while at piazza Bellini, the heart of the old town, that still shows the ancient greek walls of "Neapolis". You’ll continue to via dei Tribunali, the upper decumanus, with some hidden spots: the ancient towe bell of Pietrasanta, the Royal Music Academy, the ancient forum of the Roman Naples!
Walking along San Gregorio Armeno - famous all over the world for the shops of the handcraftmen of Cribs-, you’ll finally get to the last stop, the Duomo: the Cathedral of Naples preserves the Holy Relic with the Blood of San Gennaro, the Patron Saint of the city!
Piazza del Plebiscito: the greatest square in Italy, and the symbol of the city too, will be your start
Royal Palace of Naples: its faced on Piazza del Plebiscito shows the kings and the history of the town
Umberto I Gallery: the starting point of the shopping district, from the dome to the floor it shows its preciousness
The Royal Theatre San Carlo: the oldest theatre in Europe, owes its name to King Charles of Bourbon
Via Toledo: born during the spanish Viceroy, it’s one of the most important street of the Town
Spanish Districts: they show the typical narrow streets of Naples, hiding little gems and wonderful street art works
Pignasecca Market: the daily life food market of Naples, among the narrow streets of the city centre
Piazza del Gesù: this big scenic square owes its name to the beautiful baroque church of the Gesù Nuovo, the headquarter of Jesuit of Naples
Piazza Bellini: the heart of the historical city, that still shows a portion of the greek walls of Naples
Naples’ Music Academy: one of the most famous in the Southern Italy with a very fascinating story
Via dei Tribunali: the Main decumanus of the greek Neapolis is nowadays a lively street
Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore alla Pietrasanta: with its ancient bell tower, it gets the traces of a mysterious legend and… even a roman “chessboard”!
Spaccanapoli: the lower decumanus, so called “spaccanapoli” because it shares the old town in two parts – the upper and the lower one
Piazza San Gaetano: the ancient forum of the Roman Naples
The Cathedral: the main church of the City, you’ll see the ancient layers of the history of the Neapolitan devotion
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Guided tour by a local expert Historian and licensed tour guide