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Pignasecca has a very local feel with a mixture of small shops and stalls that attract lots of shoppers from early morning through to mid-afternoon. Castel Sant Elmo stands high above and the area is easy walking distance from the ancient quarter.
A great market off the Via Toledo, all Neopolitan life is here as the market is very busy & there is a constant throng of people going about their daily business. The food stalls are beautifully laid out ,there is fish & vegetables that look...More
Mercato Pignasecca is a fish market but it also has a side restaurant that serves up fresh seafood platters, fried seafood and seafood pasta dishes. Probably the best I have had in Naples and with a very casual setting, which makes it both very affordable...More
I was very happy that i entered to the market street of Pignasecca! It felt so authentic as i havent encountered foreigns speaking people,only loud italians and looot of them.
Around there are manyyy little restaurants which serve delicious foods for such a low price!!!!...More
There are two food markets in Naples Porta Nolana which is predominantly fish and seafood and then there is La Pignasecca.
It’s not a market in traditional sense such as the markets in Spain under one roof. It’s mainly shops in one area over a...More
Fantastic place everything is being bought and sold a real melting pot and it goes on every day in the middle of naples .
Super location , parts sell fish and sea products , part fruit , part veg and the largest part is the...More
It is in the core of Naples’ heart. It is a market on open sky. You can find fish shops, pizzerias, historical street food shops and historical bars. Don’t be worried to go and see. It is simply Naples.
Places like La Pignasecca are the authentic local places travellers should go in order to feel they have "seen" the city they are visiting and they have "met" the people. This is the sort of place we always look for so we can feel we...More
and disappointing as far as markets go........and we have been to hundreds of them over the years in MANY countries.
It just wasn't what we were expecting. But we stopped here before taking the funicular up to Vomero.
Yes...there was some semblance of local life....but...More
Wander off the main street of Via Toledo and you'll find this neighborhood area with all the local life going on. Everything from groceries to stores selling shoes, clothing and housewares. The streets are narrow and it's tight between the people and delivery vehicles.