Teatro San Carlo
A night at Italy's biggest and oldest opera house is a magical experience. Although the original 1737 theatre burnt down in 1816,...
Galleria Umberto I
Paging Milan's Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, Naples' most famous 19th-century arcade is a breathtaking pairing of richly adorned...
Grand, chandeliered Gambrinus is Naples' oldest and most venerable cafe. Oscar Wilde knocked back a few here and Mussolini had some of...
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 Carlo de Cesare 52 · interesting places nearby
Sick of spaghetti? Then join the urban-savvy for fresh, real-deal Japanese nosh that a Tokyoite couldn't fault. The clued-up sushi list includes well-executed sashimi, uramaki and temaki , while warming options including crisp tempura, teppanayki and soothing noodles. Wash it down with sake or a Sapporo, and finish off with the cultish maccha keki (chocolated-crusted green-tea ricotta flan).