Walking by the streets and narrow alleys of the city will be like diving into the atmosphere of different ages: you will be amazed by the architectural beauty and magic of some places.
Naples is a place to explore, to understand and to taste because of her many contradictions, traditions and mythology.
Visiting Naples will be like time-travelling through the ages of thousands of years,always staying indeed in the same wonderful place.
You will be speechless in front of Piazza Del Plebiscito and be sure to enter the Royal Palace with his monumental staircase for a visit.
Go for a stroll through the ancient Via dei Tribunali and get down to the ancient city forum with a visit to the Napoli Sotterata (buried Naples). Then go for a visit to the nearby basilicas of San Lorenzo Maggiore and San Paolo Maggiore.
The Cathedral is one of the most important and largest churches of the city, both from an artistic point of view, with styles from the pure gothic of the 13th century to the 18th century neogothic, and in a cultural profile, hosting three times a year the rite of the melting of the blood of San Gennaro.
According to the mythological tradition Herculaneum was founded by the great hero Hercules after performing the tenth labor on the way back from Iberia. That’s the reason why the city was called by Romans Herculaneum and by the Greeks Herakleion. Actually historically it was founded by Oscans in the XII century B.C., as Strabone reported, […]
San Lorenzo Maggiore è una basilica monumentale tra le più antiche della città ed uno dei complessi monumentali più rilevanti di Napoli. All’interno del convento ha sede il Museo dell’opera di San Lorenzo, e gli scavi archeologici.