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This part of Naples is full of crowded, colorful alleys full of shops, plastic rosaries, fresh seafood and famous artisan workshops specializing in the city's famous nativity scenes. The street officially starts at Piazza Gesù Nuovo
Some reviews of this area would have you believe you are taking your life in your hands visiting here. We stayed 3 nights on the Spaccanapoli and walked on it day and night. Yes it is a bit dirty, some of the scooter riders seem...More
And it yells loud, and has lots charm, dirt, sketch, and the wonderful smells of pizza ovens, bakeries, teeming with interesting people, packed with tourists, and lovely and colorful to visit. Here you'll find a ton of cultural interests. CRISTO Velato is a masterpiece which...More
I love this place, traditional, amazing corners and palaces, lovely people. U find the best (and sometimes the worse) of this wonderful and chaotic city.
Walk and ask and you will be surprised by this place.
This was my second visit to this incredible pizzeria! Both visits I have not booked a table but may be recommended when in large groups. Very reasonably priced, it was about €15 for high end pizza, beer, water and cover charge.
If you go for a walk you will experience the different styles, cultures and values of this astonishing city. Absolutely recommended. Look also for side streets where you have plenty of artisans which offer the famous ‚presepi‘.
It is fun to walk the street and see all these shops with hand made product.
many shops are cheap, but i don't know how much safe is to walk there at night. we did it around 16:00 and you need like 2 hours.
This is a great street to walk along, to be fair you cant really avoid it as you travel around. Lots to see and get a taste of the city, Plenty of pizzerias (some of the best) and cafes to sit and watch the world...More
Spaccanapoli is an iconic landmark in Naples, it consists of a main street going straight for several kms, with wonderful churches on the way, typical bakeries and coffee shops, lots of small businesses and people everywhere trying to make a living thanks to tourists.
Response from Virgina C | Reviewed this property |
Sorry! We traveled by train, and stayed in the central area, so we didn’t have a car. Maybe you can go on the Naples website for parking information. Another possibility is looking at google maps to look for parking. Try... More
Sorry! We traveled by train, and stayed in the central area, so we didn’t have a car. Maybe you can go on the Naples website for parking information. Another possibility is looking at google maps to look for parking. Try looking for: parcaggio — or something like that spelling, which indicates “parking area” in Italian.
Response from Rebalti70 | Reviewed this property |
There is not only ONE answer (as often happens in life....). The waterfront area is beautiful and deserves a day on its own., it's perfect if you're into a romantic mood. Though I do recommend the historic decumani district... More
There is not only ONE answer (as often happens in life....). The waterfront area is beautiful and deserves a day on its own., it's perfect if you're into a romantic mood. Though I do recommend the historic decumani district in order to savour the real heart of town. Naples is like an old fascinating lady that used to be extremely attractive when she was young. Discovering its antique beauty is part of the enjoyment. The historic center is safe if you don't carry expensive watches, cameras or mobile phones. Being an enthusiastic Neapolitan I will be more than happy to have you as guests for a pizza when you' ll be in town. You can send me a msg via facebk ( Antro Rebalti ). Have a nice trip and congratulations for choosing this wonderful town.