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This is the loudest, one of the dirties and weirdest street in Europe.
I'm sure that traffic should be stopped there, because every 15 sec some Vespa want to drive though the crowd. Some shops look great, some stinks... simply South Naples
The real heart of Naples! We stayed in an Airbnb at Via dei Tribunali and we enjoyed it so much! You can feel the vibes of the locals, there are tons of souvenir stores, pizzerias and beautiful churches.
After visiting the Dumo we came across this amazing street which went on for ever and ever.............true city life.The ambience of the street was so spectaular.
Locals in their hundreds shopping eating drinking coffee and just chilling in a whole host of eating places and...More
As we stayed close by this street became our main street. we often ate at the restaurants along the street, we tried the streetfood sold here and explored the architecture and shops along the street. There are always lots of people and lots of Vespas...More
All sorts of interesting shops, close by local attractions, restaurants, and bars. Have to watch out for the people on scooters that zoom through a the street, which is filled with people. Some of the best pizzerias can be found on this street, as well...More
This street was only 5 minutes away from our hotel as we stayed in Centro Storico, yes there is a lot of hustle and bustle and yes some parts of it are run down but that's what's nice.....it's good to see the REAL Naples. There...More
Our B&B stood very close to Via dei Tribunali in the Centro Storico, so we walked at least part of this three-quarter mile street daily during our 4-day stay. It runs from the Church of San Pietro a Maiella on the west to the former...More