The Heart of Naples: guided tour of San Gregorio Armeno and Spaccanapoli

Trip Facts

  • Max 25
  • 2 hours

Why take this tour

Take a tour among the stories and legends that interweave through lively streets of the historic center of Naples.  Every corner of this fascinating city hides a fragment of its millenary history, an unsolved mystery and an intriguing fact.

This tour of Naples is carefully designed for those who want to get under the skin of this unique city. You’ll discover not just the main monuments and attractions, but also those hidden treasures rarely seen. You’ll be in the safe hands of an expert guide - a local born and raised in the city. Our guides are passionate about their city and keen to share their love for their birthplace with you. They’ll show you why many regard Naples as the most beautiful city in the world.

We’ve all heard the saying - “See Naples and Die.” This tour will tell you why it’s true. Only after having gazed upon this charming city can you rest in peace since nothing compares to its beauty.

A pleasant walk in Spaccanapoli and its surroundings will confirm your suspicions. Here you’ll feast your eyes on testimonies both ancient and modern, historical and artistic. In San Gregorio Armeno, the street where it’s Christmas every day, stand back to admire the shop window nativity scenes.

Echoing across the Via dei Tribunali, you’ll hear cries of ‘Mamma mia!’ ring out. This is because here people are sampling the delicious street food. The intoxicating aromas of pastries, pizzas and other tasty morsels waft through the street calling you to try. Finally, one unmissable attraction for sports fans everywhere is the bar dedicated to the recently-departed Neapolitan legend - Diego Maradona. You’ll see why he’ll be forever held in our hearts.

By booking this visit you are guaranteed a unique experience that will reveal all the most beautiful aspects of Neapolitan life. But be careful, on this fabulous tour of Naples you’ll fall in love and may never want to leave!

What's included

  • Expert tour guide
  • Small group
  • Headsets (for groups higher than 15 people)

Points of interest

Piazza del Gesù, Obelisk of the Immacolatella, church of the Gesù Nuovo, San Domenico Maggiore, Santa Chiara Monastery, Spaccanapoli street, San Lorenzo’s Church, Via dei Tribunali, San Gregorio Armeno: the street of handcrafted nativity scenes, Naples Cathedral


  • Walk in the heart of Naples discovering the most beautiful stories and legends
  • Explore the city with an authentic Neapolitan
  • Visit San Gregorio Armeno, the street where it’s always Christmas

Health & Safety

Askos srl has implemented all the prevention, protection and organizational measures provided for by the regulatory protocol for the Covid-19 Virus pandemic (Legislative Decree no.81 of 9 April 2008, Annex XLVI)

  • We use and offer sanitary gel for hand sanitization, before, after and during the tour.
  • Our guides and all our operators received anti-covid health and safety training. They check their temperature daily and they are trained to comply with all anti-contagion regulations.
  • It is mandatory to wear your own personal mask for the whole duration of the tour. If you don't have one, we'll provide it to you.
  • If headphone sets are required, they are properly sterilized and sanitized before each use.
  • Our private and small group tours are designed to provide  you with maximum comfort and safety.


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