Star-shaped Castel Sant'Elmo was originally a church dedicated to St Erasmus. Some 400 years later, in 1349, Robert of Anjou turned it...
Museo Nazionale della Ceramica Duca di Martina
The National Museum of Ceramics houses a beautiful (albeit forlornly exhibited) collection of 6000 pieces, with priceless Chinese Ming...
Certosa e Museo di San Martino
The high point (quite literally) of the Neapolitan baroque, this charterhouse-turned-museum was founded as a Carthusian monastery in the...
Groove away at this Vomero favourite, a hybrid music store/cafe/bar. Hunt for new and used vinyl and CDs spanning electronica and...
This branch of Naples' king of gelato serves fresh, seasonal, icy perfection to Vomero's middle-class gluttons. Do not deprive your...
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Donna Teresa information
This swing-a-cat-sized dining room – there are only nine tables – has an epic reputation for solid home cooking. Mamma Teresa's photo looks on approvingly as regulars tuck into simple classics like pasta provola e melanzane (pasta with provola cheese and aubergines) and salsicce al sugo (sausages with tomato sauce). The menu is limited, changes daily and pulls in the hordes, so go early.