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A little piece of history, alive in front of your own eyes.
There are few places in Europe that still have this authenticity, of course there are lots of tourist traps but there are also places for the people that still live here- the grocery...More
Definitely Naples in a nutshell. This is the loudest, one of the busiest street in Napoli - very characteristic place and specific local vibe of Napoli. Perfect to buy handmade souvenirs; everything you need to complete your stay in Naples
It's a street of shops and cafes and restaurants but also blessed with amazing architecture. Being Naples, much of it is crumbling so watch your head! All we got on our heads was the heaviest rain I have ever seen other than a tropical monsoon....More
Naples is world class and here's the world class tourist trap... There are plenty of interesting and authentic areas of the city to explore but this isn't one of them. Do yourself a favour and head for Spagnoli and Chiaia (Via Cavallerizza for bars, interesting...More
I know of nowhere in Europe with so much noise, congestion, crazy traffic in such a narrow space and the sights, sounds and beauty and ugliness are all around. It is a riot on the senses.
You must experience it when in Naples.
This is the loudest, one of the dirties and weirdest street in Europe.
I'm sure that traffic should be stopped there, because every 15 sec some Vespa want to drive though the crowd. Some shops look great, some stinks... simply South Naples
The real heart of Naples! We stayed in an Airbnb at Via dei Tribunali and we enjoyed it so much! You can feel the vibes of the locals, there are tons of souvenir stores, pizzerias and beautiful churches.
After visiting the Dumo we came across this amazing street which went on for ever and ever.............true city life.The ambience of the street was so spectaular.
Locals in their hundreds shopping eating drinking coffee and just chilling in a whole host of eating places and...More