Chiesa di Santa Maria del Carmine
Its 17th-century campanile (bell tower) is Naples' tallest, and this iconic church is home to a famously nimble crucifix. Now hanging...
Museo di Filangieri
Only accessible by phoning ahead (check the website for changes), this wonderfully kooky museum houses everything from Asian and...
Basilica di San Giorgio Maggiore
Standing on the site of a pagan temple, the austere Basilica di San Giorgio Maggiore is one of Naples' oldest churches, built by St...
As hard-core as it gets, Naples’ most famous pizzeria takes the no-frills ethos to its extremes. It’s dingy and old-fashioned and serves...
Via Sant’Eligio · interesting places nearby
Chiesa Sant’Eligio information
One block west along Via Sant’Eligio, the Chiesa Sant’Eligio was the first Angevin church in Naples. Built in 1270 by Charles I of Anjou, it features a beautiful external arch adorned with a 15th-century clock.