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Attractions in Naples

There are plenty of sites to see and places to visit on your vacation in Naples. Below you’ll find information on the most interesting tourist attractions and must-see destinations in Naples and the surrounding area.

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V. Tribunali 316 MAP
The Church of San Lorenzo Maggiore in the city of Naples was originally built in the 13th century. The church was later embellished with Baroque touches, but they were recently removed to return it to its original state. As a result, you can easily appreciate...MORE INFO
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Designed by architect Giulano da Maiano and built in the 15th century, the Porta Capuana in the city of Naples is a white marble arched gate with two large towers. From the Porta Capuana gate you can see Capuano Castle, which was once the home of the...MORE INFO
V. del Duomo 147 MAP
Originally constructed in the 14th century, the Dome (Cathedral) in the southern Italian city of Naples houses a number of pretty frescoes and mosaics. Be sure to look out for the relics from Saint Januarius, who is a particularly popular saint in Naples....MORE INFO
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Now set in a park, the beautiful white Villa Floridiana palace in the city of Naples was originally built in the 18th century and redone in the 19th century. The delightful terrace features a panoramic view of the town. Today the palace houses the National...MORE INFO
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Originally founded by the Greeks 3,000 years ago, the southern Italian city of Naples lies near Mount Vesuvius and today has an incredible number of museums and architectural masterpieces within its borders. It is known as a city of art and culture....MORE INFO
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The feast of St. Anthony Abbot, starts lighting of all streets and alleys of the city through small and large fires, the so-called "stones". From every window are lowered in baskets tied to the ropes, all objects that are no longer needed at home and...MORE INFO
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The Renaissance era Church of Santa Anna dei Lombardi in the city of Naples contains many sculptures from Florentine artists. Visitors should pay special attention to the depiction of the Annunciation from Benedetto da Maiano, the 15th century Deposition...MORE INFO
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The day of the blood miracle is an important feast for Naples and the people celebrate it accordingly. The Cathedral is surrounded by stalls selling sweets, cobs and all kinds of curiosities and kitsch. The Cathedral is surrounded by stalls selling sweets,...MORE INFO

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