Via San Gregorio Armeno
Chiesa e Chiostro di San Gregorio Armeno
Overstatement knows no bounds at this richly ornamented 16th-century monastic complex. The church packs a visual punch with its lavish...
Cappella del Monte di Pietà
Closed indefinitely for restoration on our last visit, this imposing 16th-century complex was originally home to the Pio Monte di Pietà,...
Complesso Monumentale di San Lorenzo Maggiore
Architecture and history buffs shouldn't miss this richly layered religious complex, its commanding basilica deemed one of Naples'...
One of Naples' hardcore, low-frills pizzerias, Di Matteo is fronted by a popular streetfront stall that sells some of the city's best...
Via San Gregorio Armeno information
Dismissed by serious collectors, this narrow street remains famous across Italy for its pastori (Christmas crib figurines) nonetheless. Connecting Spaccanapoli with Via dei Tribunali, the decumanus maior (main road) of ancient Neapolis, its clutter of shops and workshops peddle everything from doting donkeys to kitsch celebrity caricatures. At No 8 you'll find the workshop of Giuseppe Ferrigno , whose terracotta figurines are the most famous and esteemed on the strip.