The most engrossing site at this 14th-century religious complex is its infamous ruota (wheel), set in the orphanage wall to the left of...
Mercato di Porta Nolana
Bellies rumble greedily at this evocative street market, one of the city's best. The market's namesake is medieval city gate Porta...
Pio Monte della Misericordia
The 1st floor of this octagonal, 17th-century church houses a small, satisfying collection of Renaissance and baroque art, including...
So you thought a sfogliatella from Pintauro was crispy perfection? Bite into the piping-hot ricotta filling at this retro pastry pedlar...
Via San Giuseppe Calasanzio and surrounding streets · interesting places nearby
La Duchessa information
Gritty, multiethnic and obscenely cheap; head here for bargain denim, shoes, knickers, make-up and bootleg DVDs. Serious music buffs head in early to hunt for original, recent-release CDs and the odd hard-to-find special edition.