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...
When Ferdinand Acton, a minister at the court of King Ferdinand IV (1759–1825), asked Pietro Valente to design Villa Pignatelli in 1826,...
Dating to 1872, the Stazione Zoologica is Europe's oldest aquarium. Established by German Darwinist Anton Dohrn, it's housed in a...
Exposed-brick walls, ambient lighting and bottle-lined shelves set a cosy scene at Chiaia's best-loved wine bar – just look for the...
With gleaming displays of dainty strawberry tartlets, liqueur-soaked babà and creamy gelato (try a watermelon and peach combo), no one...
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Concrete-clad Contemporastudio stocks funky, experimental jewellery by Neapolitan Asad Ventrella. From pasta-shaped necklaces made of solid silver to fat double-faced rings inspired by mythical sirens, Ventrella's creations burst with whimsy, confidence and an undeniable sense of place.