While the lush, manicured gardens are worth the trip for the lofty views alone (think city, sea and Capri), the cultural highlight here...
Museo Nazionale della Ceramica Duca di Martina
The National Museum of Cermaics houses a beautiful, 6000-piece collection, with priceless Chinese Ming (1368–1644) ceramics and Japanese...
This star-shaped castle was originally a church dedicated to St Erasmus. Some 400 years later, in 1349, Robert of Anjou turned it into a...
Sip, groove and read away at hip Fonoteca, a hybrid music store/cafe/bar. Hunt for CDs spanning electronica and classic rock to jazz,...
This swing-a-cat-sized dining room – there are only nine tables – has an epic reputation for solid home cooking. Mamma Teresa's photo...
Via Cimarosa 44 · interesting places nearby
Friggitoria Vomero information
The stuff of legend, this spartan snack bar makes some of the city's finest fritture (deep-fried snacks). Crunch away on deep-fried aubergines, potatoes and zeppole (doughnuts), frittatine di maccheroni (fried pasta and egg) and supplì di riso (rice balls). Located opposite the funicular, it's a handy pit stop before legging it to the Certosa di San Martino.