Naples Walking Tour

Experience the open-air museum of Naples—a city rich in cultural, folkloric, artistic, and gastronomic traditions

Enjoy an eventful day in a city of unparalleled historical and cultural value that reveals its genuine, warm self through its monuments, museums, historic sites, neighborhoods, and inhabitants. Let Naples enchant you as you walk through the characteristic alleys suspended in time. Immerse yourself in Naples’ underworld, stroll along the seafront and down the streets full of handicrafts, savor the delicacies it offers at every corner, and taste the best coffee in Italy.

The endless list of what to see in Naples

Let us guide you through Naples’ UNESCO World Heritage historic center on a fascinating 2,000-year journey. The list of what to see in Naples is endless: the Duomo and San Gennaro, Spaccanapoli, the Via dei Presepi, the Sansevero Chapel and the Veiled Christ, the Cloister of St. Clare, Napoli Sotterranea, the Maschio Angioino (Castel Nuovo), the Royal Palace, the San Carlo Theater, the Galleria Umberto, the Castel dell’Ovo, the seafront, Piazza del Plebiscito, and a mandatory stop at Caffè Gambrinus. Even more: the Rione Sanità, the statue of Pulcinella, Totò, the Fontanelle Cemetery and the cult of the pezzentelle souls, the Catacombs. The ancient Castle Sant’Elmo with its breathtaking views. The Toledo metro station, declared the most beautiful in Europe, and the Chiaia district, between Art Nouveau, art and shopping.

Choose your walking tour in Naples

A single day is not enough to see all of Naples and it is always necessary to plan an itinerary starting from Salerno. I know so many guides in Campania with whom you can experience authentic personalized or group walks. The classic walking tour is an experience through past and present. Starting from Via Tribunali, you will visit the Church of the Souls of Purgatory that hides a mysterious crypt. You will then stroll down Via San Gregorio Armeno—the famous street of artisans’ nativity scenes—and finally visit the Basilica of St. Clare, a perfect example of southern Italy’s Gothic style.

Alternatively, you may decide to customize your tour and devote more attention to the monumental Naples of the viceroys and Bourbons which includes castles, imposing monuments, and majestic squares. Discover the origins of Neapolitan cuisine through a street food tour with samples of fried pizza, taralli, pasta fritters, sfogliatelle, and babà. Immerse yourself, between sacred and profane rituals, in Naples’ popular neighborhoods with either a street art, folklore, or urban art tour. Experience glamorous Naples in the Vomero and Chiaia neighborhoods, among prestigious buildings and contemporary art museums.

You can enjoy this experience during your stay at Salerno Antica. If you like the idea, let me know and I will provide all the necessary information.

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You can enjoy this experience during your stay at Salerno Antica. If you like the idea, let me know and I will provide all the necessary information.