The symbol of the town square is home to the royal palace built here by Charles III and the monumental church by the semicircular colonnade of St. Francis of Paola.
One of the most important archaeological museums in Europe, which contains finds from the excavations of Pompeii and Herculaneum, and an interesting Egyptian collection.
Cappella S. Severo
In the heart of ancient Naples, in this small private chapel, you can admire the world’s unique sculptures and interesting alchemy of Prince Raimondo di Sangro.
One of the rare examples of medieval church remains, which contains within it the precious majolica cloister of the Poor Clares and a major museum exhibition.
Current seat of the city council, the male Angevin, ancient fortress and the first royal palace of the city, is also home to the Civic Museum of Naples.
An underground route to the discovery of the Greek and Roman Naples, following the ancient streets of the city and ritrovandone intact its original appearance. The antiquity and significance of Naples is found right here
Catacombe di S. Gennaro
Burial area as early as the greek period, known outside the city walls, because located outside the city walls, extending the first grave containing the remains of the patron saint of the city for thousands of square meters and houses inside.