What to see in Napoli? Here what you can’t miss if you are coming to Napoli and you can’t decide where to go first.
Naples is rich in attractions, that is why we propose a list of the ones that make you understand something of the complex soul of this city.
Napoli, what to see
The historical center of Napoli is an open-air museum. What you may not know, is that there is a lot to see underground too. That is why you can choose a spot from where you can explore Naples subsoil. There, you will see what it still remains of the Roman city.
Once you are in the historical center, you are ready to investigate the complex relationship between life and death that permeates the city in the Sansevero Chapel.
If you are looking for attractions that are linked to great characters of the past, you should take a look at the Famous tombs in Naples. Just think that Virgil and Leopardi have been buried here.
Did you know that Napoli is also known as the city of the seven castles? If you do love this type of architecture, or you just want to see the city from a different point of view, visit at least one of the Neapolitan castles!
… but, if you do prefer more modern buildings, here some places that will show you Neapolitan Architecture in 4 Buildings. In Napoli, even architecture is linked to legend. Do you know the ones about Donn’Anna Palace?
If you are into art, Napoli is the city for you since you can see lots of artworks just by taking a walk. Anyway, the city has lots of museums with many must-sees! Include the museums of Naples in your travel planning. And, if you are into theatre, note down that the city host some of the most historical ones.
Napoli is a destination for nature lovers since its symbol is the Vesuvius, with its huge Natural Park. Also, Napoli has one of the oldest Botanical Garden. Some of the parks in Napoli host also museums, such as the Floridiana park.
Are you in Napoli for more than a few days? Give yourself the chance to visit more than the center of the city, and dedicate a day to visit Pozzuoli. You will be amazed by the archaeological area and its landscape.