Traverse five centuries along Naples’ engrossing Bourbon Tunnel. Conceived by Ferdinand II in 1853 to link the Palazzo Reale to the...
Chiesa di San Francesco di Paola
The undisputed star of Piazza del Plebiscito, Naples’ largest square, is the Chiesa di San Francesco di Paola, a later addition to the...
Piazza del Plebiscito
For Continental grandeur, it's hard to beat Piazza del Plebiscito. Whichever way you look, the view is show-stopping. To the northwest,...
Grand, chandeliered Gambrinus is Naples' oldest and most venerable cafe. Oscar Wilde knocked back a few here and Mussolini had some of...
This homely, eight-table trattoria has an epic reputation. Scan the walls for famous fans like comedy great Totò, and a framed passage...
Salita S Anna di Palazzo 1 · interesting places nearby
Everything about Brandi promises a pizza slice above the ordinary, from the table-top roses to the multilingual flyers that claim this was where the pizza margherita was invented in 1889. While this claim is contestable, Brandi's huge perfect pizzas are not. Alternatively, hunker down à la carte with pasta, fish and meat choices of lofty quality (and price).