Galleria di Palazzo Zevallos Stigliano
Built for a Spanish merchant in the 17th century and reconfigured in belle époque style by architect Luigi Platania in the early 20th...
Casa e Chiesa di Santa Maria Francesca delle Cinque Piaghe
The very essence of Naples' cultish brand of Catholicism, this holy sanctuary was once the stomping ground of stigmatic and mystic Santa...
Galleria Umberto I
Paging Milan's Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, Naples' most famous 19th-century arcade is a breathtaking pairing of richly adorned...
Trattoria San Ferdinando
Hung with theatre posters, cosy San Ferdinando pulls in well-spoken theatre types and intellectuals. For a Neapolitan taste trip, ask...
Via Toledo 275 · interesting places nearby
Of Neapolitan dolci (sweets), the cream of the crop is the sfogliatella, a shell of flaky pastry stuffed with creamy, scented ricotta. This local institution has been selling sfogliatelle since the early 1800s, when its founder supposedly brought them to Naples from their culinary birthplace on the Amalfi Coast.