Chiesa di San Pietro a Maiella
Dedicated to hermit Pietro del Morrone, who was promoted to Pope Celestine V in 1294, this church delivers a striking combo of Gothic...
One of the best spots to chill with a spritz is this eclectic, bar-lined square. Featuring ruins from the city's 4th-century Greek city...
A Mediterranean Diagon Alley, Port'Alba is an atmospheric porthole into the centro storico , best experienced on weekday afternoons....
Despite the sloppy service, this ivy-clad literary cafe on Piazza Bellini is a good spot for chilling out. Browse limited-edition books...
La Stanza del Gusto
Focussed on top-quality ingredients and artisinal producers, this foodie address offers a trendy ground-floor 'cheese bar', a...
Via San Pietro a Maiella 32-33 · interesting places nearby
Neighbouring one of Italy's most esteemed music conservatories, this erudite bookshop fills with the sound of practising musicians. While most of its new and vintage-edition titles are in Italian, you'll also find quality original and reproduction Neapolitan prints from the 17th and 18th centuries. Ask to see the collectable postcards from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, kept behind the counter.