Complesso Monumentale dei Girolamini
Museo del Tesoro di San Gennaro
At the Duomo’s southern end, the Museo del Tesoro di San Gennaro glimmers with gifts made to St Januarius over the centuries, from...
Sneaky T293 is a fantastic surprise for lovers of contemporary art. Hidden away up an anonymous stairwell, it has a knack for...
Within the nuns’ cloisters is a long parapet entirely covered in decorative ceramic tiles depicting scenes of rural life, from hunting...
Di Matteo's golden crocchè (potato croquettes) are like a culinary cuddle. In fact, the little street stall at this no-frills pizzeria...
Lonely Planet review
The richly baroque Chiesa dei Girolamini features two facades; the more-imposing 18th-century option can be admired from Piazza dei Girolamini on Via dei Tribunali. The real highlights, however, are next door in the 17th-century convent. The first is the beautiful main cloister , complete with faded majolica tiles. The second is the upstairs art gallery , featuring local greats like Luca Giordano, Battista Caracciolo and Giuseppe de Ribera.