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Best things to do in Napoli

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Pizza Place
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“Pizzeria Di Matteo, The Best Pizza in Naples, also they make the best "Pizza Fritta" in Napoli. But only after you have already had your Margherita.”
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Church
“Il Duomo con gli ori di San Gennaro collezione orafa più vasta del mondo The Duomo with the gold medals of San Gennaro the largest goldsmith collection in the world”
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Road
“You can find everything here. History, architecture, street food, souvenirs and the list goes on. ”
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Art Museum
“ITINERARIO DECUMANO SUPERIORE [28] - DUOMO E MUSEO DEL TESORO DI SAN GENNARO The Cathedral is dedicated to Santa Maria Assunta and includes the ancient Baptistery and the Royal Chapel of the Treasure of San Gennaro. It is one of the most important places of worship of all Christendom. The miracle of the liquefaction of the blood of San Gennaro takes place there, three times a year. The immense treasure of San Gennaro, Patron Saint of the city, has been collected over the years thanks to the great devotion of Neapolitan people. The treasure is kept in a special museum, next to the Cathedral. ”
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Art Museum
“here you can find the Caravaggio painting: "Sette Opere di Misericordia corporale"”
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Point of Interest
“Nel cuore della più autentica ed antica Napoli. Da non perdere la Basilica e il Chiostro di Santa Chiara. •Historic centre and St. Chiara Basilica and Cloister: approximately 2 or 3 hours’ walk. ”
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Historic Site
“The heart of Naples, the true part of the city, ideal for a drink outdoors, a traditional pizza and for street food (I suggest the frittatina)”
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Church
“Il Duomo di Napoli, l’imponente cattedrale situata sull’ottocentesca via Duomo, si erige vistosa nel cuore della città greco-romana tra il decumano superiore, via Anticaglia, e il decumano maggiore, via Tribunali. In età alto medievale tutta questa zona si chiamava Platea Summae e si contraddistingueva per i numerosi edifici fortificati sia dedicati al culto che all’aristocrazia. ”
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Pizza Place
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“Naples Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral, the main church of Naples, southern Italy, and the seat of the Archbishop of Naples. It is widely known as the Cattedrale di San Gennaro, in honour of Saint Januarius, the city's patron saint.”
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Pizza Place
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“Pizzeria del Presidente is an incredible pizzeria. During the G7 summit USA president Bill Clinton had a pizza also in this place. ”
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Establishment
“The most important archeologic syte in naples! The old Roman city. The best, if you like archeology and ancient ruins.”
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Church
“ITINERARIO VIA TRIBUNALI DECUMANO MAGGIORE [17] - COMPLESSO DEI GEROLAMINI Walking along the Decumano, not far from Via Duomo, there’s the church of Gerolamini, now deconsecrated. The building is currently a museum, which hosts a fine collection of paintings and a rich library. The worldwide famous street-artist Banksy has realized a modern “Madonna” in largo Gerolamini, which is worth a visit.”
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Lodging
“Naples Cathedral (Italian: Duomo di Napoli, Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta or Cattedrale di San Gennaro) is a Roman Catholic cathedral, the main church of Naples”
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Historic Site
“Tra le biblioteche più antiche di Napoli ed Italia, ospita importantissime collezioni di libri ed un archivio musicale operistico di straordinario valore. ”
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Pizza Place
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“Vi Si trovano le pizzerie storiche della città oltre a importanti luoghi di attrazione ”
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Church
“A beautiful small picture gallery mainly of Italian Baroque painting and some works of famous De Ribera. Free of charge and just across the street from the Duomo.”
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