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Pass By: Fontana Del Nettuno, Piazza Municipio, 80133, Naples Italy
The fountain of Neptune dates back to the time of the Viceroyalty of Enrico de Guzman, Count of Olivares (1595-1599). With a circular shape, the fountain is surrounded by a balustrade with four stands. Between the legs of the lions are seen the city coat of arms and that of the Duke of Medina and Carafa (from Cosimo Fanzago).
Pass By: La Pignasecca, Via Pignasecca, 80134, Naples Italy
La Pignasecca is a fabulous choice if you need some Neapolitan street food deliciousness in your life.
Pass By: Spaccanapoli, Via Benedetto Croce, Naples Italy
Spaccanapoli, literally meaning “Naples splitter” since it seems to divide the city in two parts, certainly deserves its UNESCO World Heritage status. This district located in the downtown brings the past to life with many picturesque narrow streets and monuments.
Pass By: Via San Gregorio Armeno, 83018, Naples Italy
If you want to see really all about the Neapolitan Crib, the “presepe”, you should definitely visit the street of the nativity scene makers: San Gregorio Armeno, in Naples’s historic centre.
Pass By: Duomo di Napoli, Via Duomo 149, 80138, Naples Italy
The S. Gennaro cathedral (in honour of Saint Januarius, the city's patron saint), widely known as "Duomo di Napoli" is a Roman Catholic cathedral and the seat of the Archbishop of Naples.