Museo Tattile Statile Omero
North of Piazza Dante Alighieri, at the far end of the port, is the Arco di Traiano (Trajan's Arch), erected in 115 BC by Apollodorus of...
The large building at the waterfront is the Mole Vanvitelliana, designed by Luigi Vanvitelli in 1732 for Pope Clementine. It is now the...
Fontana del Calamo
Head along Corso Mazzini, where you will see the 16th-century Fontana del Calamo, 13 masked spouts supposedly representing effigies of...
Liberty Cocktail Lounge
Hidden on a back alley and identified only by a discreet sign (you get the feeling the owners don't want too many people discovering...
Mercato delle Erbe
A picnickers' mecca, dozens of booths line this green metal-and-glass-enclosed bazaar. Freshly baked pastries and bread, locally...
Lonely Planet review
Museo Tattile Statile Omero is the only museum of its kind in all of Europe; this is one museum where you’re supposed to touch the art. All of its sculptures have been created for the blind in order to feel the representations of Roman statues, the Parthenon and St Peter’s, as well as Michelangelo’s David .