Piazza del Gesù Nuovo, Naples, Metropolitan City of Naples, Italy


Walking tour of Naples with a visit to the historical centre and monumental area.

“Here we are at last. The Italian proverb says “See Naples and die” but I say, see Naples and live; for there seems a great deal worth living for.” ― Arthur John Strutt

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Have a full-day walking tour led by a professional local guide in the most important city of the South-Italy.

From the Neapolis founded by Greek settlers in 470 B. C. to the city of today, Naples has retained the imprint of the successive cultures that emerged in Europe and the Mediterranean basin.
This makes it a unique site, with a wealth of outstanding monuments such as the Church of Santa Chiara and the Castel Nuovo.

Naples is one of the most ancient cities in Europe, whose contemporary urban fabric preserves the elements of its long and eventful history. Its street pattern, its wealth of historic buildings from many periods, and its setting on the Bay of Naples give it an outstanding universal value without parallel, and one that has had a profound influence in many parts of Europe and beyond.


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Tour’s Details

Tour type: Walking
Duration: 7
Location: Italy, Naples and Caserta
Meet Location: Meeting the guide at Piazza del Gesù Nuovo, near the Immacolatella Obelisk
End Location: Piazza del Plebiscito
Transportation method: Transportation can be arranged upon request
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Maximum number of People: 15
Kid friendly: Yes
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Children (3-12):
Infant (0-2):
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Tour’s Program

- Meeting the guide at "Piazza del Gesù" where the church of Gesù Nuovo stands. The central street called "Spaccanapoli" will lead you along the same path which used to be the central avenue (cardo) of the city in ancient times. This street will introduce you to the southern italian spirit. You’ll see the miraculous church and monastery of Saint Chiara dating from the 14th century and the famous San Severo Chapel with the stunning "Veiled Christ" statue by Giuseppe Sammartino.
- Your route will take you then to the street called Via dei Tribunali. You’ll also see the church of Saint Lorenzo from as early as the 13th century.
- One of the main highlights will be the cathedral of Saint Gennaro with its marvellous neogothic facade. In a baroque style chapel the miraculous blood of the saint patron of the city, Saint Gennaro, is kept.
- You’ll stop for a lunch in a classical pizzeria to taste the product, which originated in Naples.
- You will transfer to the monumental area where you'll also visit the famous San Carlo theater (the first professional Opera theatre in Europe), the Royal Palace, the beautiful Gambrinus cafe' where a lot of famous artists and writers have been, and the formidable Maschio Angioino castle.
- Guide service for the entire duration of the tour.
- Transportation.
- Meals.
- Wear comfortable shoes and, in the summer months, do not forget to bring with you a hat, sunscreen and a bottle of water.

- The Chapel of Saint Severo is closed on Tuesday and on the 25th December.

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