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Hailing from Naples’ underground art movement of the 1980s, this eclectic duo paint, sculpt and film their way through Neapolitan stereotypes, creating anything from tongue-in-cheek ‘Pulcinella is dead’ sculptures to...
Following the path of the ancient Roman decumanus inferior (minor road), Via San Biagio dei Librai (becoming Via Benedetto Croce to the west and Via Vicaria Vecchia to the east) is affectionately known as Spaccanapol...
Vomero, Capodimonte & La Sanità
While the lush, manicured gardens are worth the trip for the lofty views alone (think city, sea and Capri), the cultural highlight here is the National Museum of Ceramics ...
An evocative combo of bobbing boats, seaside dining and cocktail-sipping night owls, the small, rocky Borgo Marinaro is where – according to legend – the heartbroken siren Partenope washed ashore after failing to sed...
The Certosa di San Martino and its Museo Nazionale di San Martino are absolutely superb and must sees...
Centro Storico & Mercato
Within the nuns’ cloisters is a long parapet entirely covered in decorative ceramic tiles depicting scenes of rural life, from hunting to posing peasants...
Beyond the 17th-century Basilica di Santa Restituta is the fascinating archaeological zone. Tunnels burrow into the remains of the site’s original Greek and Roman buildings...
Anacapri & Around
Capri’s single most famous attraction is the Grotto Azzura (insert pracs), a stunning sea cave illuminated by an other-worldly blue light
Long known to local fishermen, it was rediscovered by two Germans – writer Aug...
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