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One of the most ancient city of Italy. Naples offer a particular setting to organize corporate events because  overlooking the Gulf and the Vesuvius behind.

The city is an out-and-out open-air museum. Small streets, squares, magnificent church and quarter full of history and aromas. And, then again, Edoardo’s theatre,  Totò’s winning ways and the mischievousness of Pulcinella...

The town center offers the best facilities for meetings and team building.

Check out our “Team building Experience” options and choose from among one of the 3 activities proposed by the editorial staff of Italianvenue: "Best singer”, “Food Experience", Amidst sail boats and limoncello".

In the heart of the city the guests will overwhelm by a wave of traditional Neapolitan flavors that could be enjoyed in delicious gala dinner and receptions.

Naples is the perfect location for exclusive stay and for people who love veracity and intense emotions.

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Links and public transport

One airport:

Connections from Naples to the Airport:

Alibus. Main stops in piazza Garibaldi and Piazza Municipio

Three main railway stations:

  • Stazione Centrale in Piazza Garibaldi 
  • Stazione Mergellina, in the vicinity of the Mergellina port;
  • Stazione Campi Flegrei

In Naples, local transport is operated by MetroNapoli, RFI and the historic circumvesuviana which offer urban, subway and cableway transportation. 

Since 1997, the city of Naples has suppressed various lines to create one, single network comprising:

  • Six lines including the subway and urban railway line
  • One high-speed suburban rail line (the Cumana line)
  • 4 funicular stations (Chiaia, Montesanto, Centrale and Mergellina)

Busbynight is a night service established in 2011. Info.

Ticket Purchase

Tickets for public transport can be purchased at all metro stations.  For information regarding fares and travel cards (also for tourists) visit

To find a taxi:

  • Radio Taxi 00390815564444
  • Consorzio Taxi 00390818888
  • RadioTaxi La Partenope 00390810101
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Luxury hotels, Villas, Castles and Palaces for a truly Italian-style wedding.


  • Real Neapolitan Pizza

    Famed throughout the world, Neapolitan cuisine is known, above all, for its pizza. But not all pizzas are the same...Neapolitan pizza is in a class of its own! This explains why preparing it in the right way is not as easy as it looks. Making real Neapolitan pizza involves the interaction of all participants of the team building who, thanks to a well-coordinated, group activity, will be asked to make two types of pizza: pizza Margherita and one of their choice. Following a practical example given by an expert “pizzaiolo”(Pizza Chef), the teams decide what task to assign to each member: one person will be responsible for making the dough, another for rolling it out, a third for preparing the tomato sauce, a fourth for putting everything together with the various toppings and a fifth for baking it in a wood-fired oven. When they are ready, the pizzas will be eaten and enjoyed by all those present and then judged by the master “pizzaiolo” and the participants themselves to decide the winning team.
  • The best singer

    Team building focused on Neapolitan song is transformed into a corporate performance featuring all the artistic expressions of Neapolitan music. The group is divided into teams who will be asked to interpret classics such as "O sole mio", "Funiculì, funiculà" or "'O surdato 'nnammurato" either by singing them or using impromptu instruments. In addition to this, soloists, members of the chorus and instrumentalists will also have to put their skills to the test by performing a traditional tarantella dance. To round up the event, each team will be given the same piece of music and asked to exhibit their musical talents by playing it on a mandolin. And the harder the tests, the greater the desire to impress the other teams with their performances, build communication skills and team spirit. The winners of each category will be announced by popular acclaim.
  • Amidst sail boats and limoncello

    Team members will travel to Sorrento, a destination famous for its natural beauties and architectural and gastronomic traditions. Prior to undertaking a sailing challenge on the seas of the Sorrento coast and before climbing aboard their vessels and weighing anchor, participants of the team building will be given a briefing by skippers in charge of the operations. The event will begin with a few trial runs, to teach participants about the manoeuvres and techniques involved in regatta racing. At midday, the competition, lasting one to two hours, will begin, in an exciting race against the other teams. Participants will subsequently hone their sailing skills on a trip to another pearl of the Mediterranean: Capri. In the late afternoon, the teams will return to the port and, after a debriefing, the winning team will be announced. The regional dinner, held in the evening, will include a menu of “gnocchi alla sorrentina”, “caprese salad”, a simple salad made of sliced tomatoes, fresh buffalo mozzarella and basil, and “babà”, followed by the customary tasting of an iced “thimble” of limoncello.

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Art and Culture

  • Duomo di Santa Maria Assunta

    The cathedral, whose construction is thought to date back to around the end of the 13th century, during the reign of the Angevins, rises up majestically on the 18th century via Duomo. The remains of San Gennaro, patron saint of the city, are housed here together with the Chapel of the Royal Treasure of San Gennaro.
    Via Duomo, 147
    Web Site
  • Basilica di San Francesco di Paola

    Piazza del Plebiscito is dominated by the majestic Neoclassical church of San Francesco di Paola. The dome, raised high on a drum, is so large that it all but overpowers the magnificent portico below. The basilica was designed at the beginning of the 19th century by architect Leopoldo Laperuta and is supported by 38 solid Doric columns.
    Piazza del Plebiscito
  • Monastery of Santa Chiara

    A monumental complex of significant interest that includes the Church of Santa Chiara, a monastery, tombs, an archaeological museum and a Neapolitan nativity scene.
    Via Santa Chiara, 49/c
    Web Site
  • Monastery of San Gregorio Armeno

    Another monumental building of enormous historic-artistic value, this religious building dominates the eponymous street famed for its stalls selling handcrafted nativity items. Originally built as a convent over the remains of a Pagan temple dedicated to Ceres, it was continually subjected to changes and modifications which were only completed at the end of the 17th century.
    Via San Gregorio Armeno, 1
  • Church of San Domenico Maggiore

    Part of an extensive complex used as a convent, this Church overlooks the eponymous and highly trafficked piazza. Its history is linked to a legendary tale of a cross which, miraculously, spoke to philosopher Tommaso d’Aquino.
    Vico San Domenico Maggiore, 18
  • Castel Nuovo

    Better known as Maschio Angioino, this fortified building, erected during the second half of the 13th century and located just a short distance from the port, in piazza Municipio, is the result of a project developed by French architects. Its Gothic style is also apparent in its irregular plan, its four Majestic buttress towers, its crenellated walls and a façade (facing inland) graced by the grandiose Triumphal Arch of Alfonso I of Aragon. Nowadays, it houses the Civic Museum.
    Piazza Municipio
    Web Site
  • Castel dell’Ovo

    The 12th century Castel dell’Ovo (Egg Castle) is a Norman structure that sits on a small promontory dividing the bay into two parts. Dominating Borgo Marinaro, it can be reached by walking along via Partenope, one of the most seductive streets in the city, like the siren after which it is named. Reference to the egg stems from an ancient belief according to which Virgil, the famous Latin poet, hid a magical egg in its foundations to support the fortifications.
    Via Eldorado, 3 – Borgo Marinaro
    Web Site
  • Real Albergo dei Poveri

    Referred to by the locals as Reclusorio orSerraglio, this former public hospital/alms house is the most important monumental palace in Naples and one of the largest 18th century buildings in Europe. Nowadays, it is an open building site as part of a plan to transform this prestigious building into the headquarters of the new Città dei Giovani (City of Youth).
    Piazza Carlo III
  • Palazzo Reale e Piazza del Plebiscito

    Built and inhabited by the Bourbons during the reign of the two Sicilies, this sumptuous residence, designed by Domenico Fontana, occupies an entire side of the vast Piazza Plebiscito. It has been home to all the royal families who dominated Naples over the centuries as well as the monarchs of the House of Savoy, who visited the city following the Unification of Italy.
    Piazza del Plebiscito
    Web Site
  • Other Palaces and Historic Villas

    Together with the aforementioned Palazzo Reale and the Real Albergo dei Poveri, the entire centre of the city, starting with its oldest part, is riddled with palaces and villas of all periods and styles. The oldest, Palazzo Arcivescovile and Palazzo della Zecca, date back to around the late middle ages. During the dominion of the Spanish viceroys, innumerable noble palaces were built, being concentrated, for the most part, in the magnificent via Toledo. Subsequently, in the twenty years between 1730-50, Naples was further enhanced by the Capodimonte and Portici palaces. This period also saw the construction of numerous Neoclassical villas including Villa Pignatelli, Villa Doria d'Angri, Villa Floridiana and Villa Lucia, built on the wave of enthusiasm following the excavations of Pompei.
  • Main Squares

    The squares in Naples are not only considered for their implicit artistic and historic value but also and, possibly, above all, because these are the places where Neapolitans have met since time immemorial. Among the main squares, in addition to Piazza del Pebliscito, also particularly worthy of note are Piazza Bellini, Piazza Dante, Piazza del Municipio and Piazza del Mercato, Largo Corpo di Napoli, Piazza Carlo III, Piazza Garibaldi and Piazza Vanvitelli in Vomero.
  • Museo di Capodimonte (ex-Reggia)

    A regal whim of Bourbon king Charles III, this imposing Palace, based on a project by Giovanni Antonio Medrano, was built during the second half of the 18th century. After various historical events, during the reign of the Savoy family, the palace took on a dual function, serving both as a residence and a museum. In 1950, at the end of the monarchy, the palace became purely a national museum, boasting a number of works from both Medieval and contemporary collections as well as masterpieces from the Farnese collection.
    Via Milano, 2 - Tel: 00390817499111
    Web Site
  • Certosa and Museo di San Martino

    The high point of Neapolitan Baroque, this admirable religious building owes much of its fame to its rich and highly prestigious artistic and architectural patrimony. The Church and the rooms that flank it contain a feast of marbles, stuccoes, frescoes, sculptures and sumptuous furnishings.
    Largo San Martino, 5 - Tel: 00390812294541
    Web Site
  • MANN Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli

    This magnificent Museo Archeologico Nazionale houses one of the world’s finest collections of works of Graeco-Roman artefacts in the world. Here, visitors can also admire innumerable finds from the excavation sites of Pompei and Ercolano.
    Piazza Museo Nazionale, 19 - Tel: 00390814422149
    Web Site
  • Museo Cappella San Severo

    This singular hybrid, a combination of faith and artistic talent, was founded at the end of the 16th century as a votive chapel to the Madonna. However, its fame is linked to the three unrivalled masterpieces of Italian sculpture: the Disinganno by Francesco Queirolo (1753-54), the Pudicizia by Antonio Corradini (1752) and the Cristo Velato, a breathtaking work of art sculpted by the young Giuseppe Sammartino during the Rococo period.
    Via F. De Sanctis 19/21 - Tel: 00390815518470
    Web Site
  • Underground Naples

    This is the other face of Naples, the one that has withstood the tests of time, far-removed from the hustle and bustle of the vibrant city. In its underground passages and walls made from yellow tuff, during all ages, from the birth of Neapolis to the Second World War, you can still see the indelible signs and traces of its past history. Defined by many as the womb of Naples, it is the custodian of a historical period lasting from more than 2000 years.
    Piazza San Gaetano, 68 - Tel: 0039081296944
    Web Site
  • Museo Napoli Novecento 1910-1980

    An historic museum that bears witness to the artistic development of Naples in the 20th century. Set within Castel sant'Elmo, in largo San Martino, the works displayed include sculptures, paintings and graphics, the majority of which are by Neapolitan artists. The museum boasts 170 works of art.
    Largo San Martino - Tel: 0039848800288
  • Museo del conservatorio di san Pietro a Majella

    The conservatory houses an impressive library of manuscripts pertaining to the lives and musical production of composers who lived and worked in Naples. It is also home to a priceless collection of instruments including Stradivari’s harp and the pianos of Saverio Mercadante, Giovanni Paisiello and Domenico Cimarosa.
    Via San Pietro a Majella, 35 - Tel: 00390815644411
    Web Site
  • Città della Scienza

    An exhibition and research area of which the Neapolitans are justly proud. The huge, interactive Città della Scienza brings science to life. It’s a particular hit with children who can get clued up on physics at the science gym, walk through constellations in the planetarium or just have fun pressing lots of funky buttons. The museum has received a number of awards for its unrivalled, highly accessible scientific activity .
    Via Coroglio, 104 e 57 - Tel: 00390812420024
    Web Site
  • Diocesan Museum

    Opened in 2007, at the behest of Archbishop and Cardinal Crescenzio Sepe, the museum is located inside the 18th century Church of Santa Maria Donnaregina Nuova and archidiocese. It houses breathtaking examples of sacred art.
    Largo Donnaregina - Tel: 00390815571365
    Web Site
  • Orto botanico

    An artificial reconstruction of a natural environment, it was built in the early 1800s and extends over a surface area of 12 hectares, populated by 9,000 plant species and 25,000 other species. It is also home to a paleobotanical and ethnobotanical museum.
    Via Foria, 223 - Tel: 00390812533937
    Web Site
  • Teatro Lirico San Carlo

    Via San Carlo, 98/s - Tel: 00390817972111
    Web Site
  • Teatro Bellini

    Via Conte di Ruvo, 14 - Tel: 00390815491266
    Web Site
  • Teatro Diana

    Via Luca Giordano, 64 - Tel: 00390815567527
    Web Site
  • Teatro Mercadante

    Piazza Municipio - Tel: 00390815510336
    Web Site
  • Teatro San Ferdinando

    Piazza Eduardo De Filippo, 20 - Tel: 0039081291878
    Web Site
  • Teatro Totò

    Via Frediano Cavara, 12/E - Tel: 00390815647525
    Web Site
  • Trianon, the theatre of Neapolitan song

    Piazza Vincenzo Calenda, 9 - Tel: 00390812258285
    Web Site
  • Le Nuvole, Teatro Stabile di Innovazione per Ragazzi

    Viale Kennedy, 76 - Tel: 00390810360722
    Web Site
  • Teatro CaivanoArte

    via Necropoli – Caivano, Napoli - Tel: 00390818363280
    Web Site
  • Teatro Augusteo

    Piazzetta Duca d`Aosta, 263 - Tel: 0039081414243
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Food and wine

Coffee, babà, sfogliatelle (Italian pastries that look like sea shells), pastiera and struffoli (a Neapolitan dish made of deep fried balls of dough about the size of marbles, Struffoli are crunchy and mixed with honey and other sweet ingredients),  pizza, mozzarella, paccheri and ragù. Though renowned throughout the world, you will only get to taste their real, most authentic flavours in Naples where they are prepared according to time-honoured tradition.

  • Gran Caffè Gambrinus

    Established in 1860, it immediately became a favourite haunt of poets, like d’Annunzio, politicians, journalists and artists and the bourgeoisie of Naples. Refurbished in 2001, it was restored to its original splendour and tempts customers into its rooms embellished by Neapolitan paintings and frescoes dating back to the 19th century.
    Via Chiaia 1/2 - Tel: 0039081417582
    Web Site
  • Bar Pasticceria Caflisch

    Opened almost 200 years ago, it partly owes its longevity to the stunning backdrop of Palazzo Berio in via Toledo, in which it is housed. Caflisch offers some of the best coffee in town and a selection of tantalizing pastries. It also serves the best sfogliatelle in town, named after its creator, Swiss pastry chef Luigi Caflisch.
    Via Tasso 9/A - Tel: 0039081667040
    Web Site
  • Gran Bar Riviera

    Situated right in front of the Caracciolo promenade, this bar, established more than 200 years ago as a simple coffee shop, is now open 24 hours a day and offers a delightful array of sweet and savoury delicacies, that will undoubtedly satisfy even the most demanding palate at all hours of night and day. The venue serves coffee, homemade ice cream, grilled specialities and aperitivi in its spacious, welcoming, indoor and outdoor areas.
    Riviera Chiaia, 181 - Tel: 0039081665026
  • Gran Caffè La Caffettiera

    The brainchild of entrepreneur Antonio Campajiola, boasting years of experience in the food industry, Gran Caffè La Caffettiera was established in 1982 and soon became a cult destination and a favourite with the Neapolitan elite. Whether it’s a question of the fact that it’s housed in the historic residence of Palazzo Calabritto or the unique aroma of its coffee, made according to time-honoured Neapolitan tradition, meeting at the “Caffettiera” is an absolute “must”.
    Piazza dei Martiri, 26 - Tel: 00390817644243
    Web Site
  • Il “Vero Bar del Professore”

    Since 1997, this has been a “must-visit” destination for coffee connoisseurs. A tradition handed down from father to son, Raffaele Ferrieri learnt the trade at his father’s knee, subsequently going on to create this space dedicated entirely to coffee in all of its ramifications. In the space of just 10 years, he invented 63 different types of one of Naples’s favourite beverages, exploring new forms and taste pairings that are definitely out of the ordinary. Connoisseurs who have raved about this venue include Peppino di Capri, Edoardo Bennato, Gigi d’Alessio, Gianni Minà, Enrico Montesano and many others besides …
    Piazza Trieste e Trento, 46 - Tel: 0039081403041
    Web Site
  • Gran Caffè Pasticceria Santoro

    One of the oldest and best-loved in Naples, it opens in the morning and only closes in the late afternoon. Equally delicious either for breakfast of an aperitivo, its fare is likely to satisfy even the most discerning palates with homemade products, prepared exclusively on its premises.
    Via Consalvo 107/b - Tel: 00390810362050
  • Antica Pasticceria Pintauro

    Since 1785, Antica Pasticceria Pintauro has been considered the mother of all Neapolitan sfogliatella. Thanks to its strategic position on the highly trafficked via Toledo, the venue is crowded with locals and tourists at all hours of the day. A must-visit destination to taste one of the city’s most famous, highly sought-after specialities.
    Via Toledo, 275 - Tel: 0039081417339
    Web Site
  • Pasticceria Giovanni Scaturchio

    In 2005, it celebrated its 100th anniversary. In fact, as time goes by, it becomes even more inviting and irresistible thanks to its offer of traditional Neapolitan pastries. Recipes handed down from generation to generation include babà, sfogliatelle, pastiera and a number of other traditional specialities designed to delight the palates of those with a sweet tooth!
    Piazza San Domenico Maggiore, 19 - Tel: 00390815517031
    Web Site
  • Fabbrica di cioccolato Gay-Odin

    At the end of the 19th century, via Chiaia began to be pervaded by an irresistibile aroma. The aroma of artisan chocolate handmade by Isidoro Odin, who travelled to Naples from the remote region of Alba. Nowadays, this renowned factory, named after Odin and his wife Onorina Gay, is listed in the golden register of historic Italian venues. It also has other branches in many areas of the city, including one in both Rome and Milan.
    Via Vetriera, 12 - Tel: 0039081417843
    Web Site
  • Antica Pizzeria Da Michele

    Described by journalists and foodies as ”a sacred temple of pizza”, this pizzeria opened its doors way back in 1906, subsequently relocating to its current headquarters in 1930. A small eatery that only sells two types of pizza: Margherita and Marinara, without the addition of other ingredients that might spoil their authentic, unique flavour.
    Via Cesare Sersale, 1 - Tel: 00390815539204
    Web Site
  • Antica Pizzeria Brandi

    Since 1780, this venue has served Her Majesty, the Pizza, a hot favourite with Neapolitan locals and celebrities hailing from all over Italy and abroad. In fact, it was here that, in 1889, pizza chef Raffaele Esposito, invented pizza Margherita, dedicated to the Queen of the House of Savoy from which it takes its name.
    Salita S. Anna di Palazzo 1-2 (angolo Via Chiaia) - Tel: 0039081416928
    Web Site
  • Pizzeria Trianon

    This venue, which takes its name from the nearby theatre, is known for its truly authentic pizza. A favourite haunt of pizza lovers since 1923, the specialities prepared in Trianon’s wood-fired ovens are unlike anything other pizza that you have ever eaten, considered by numerous international food guides and magazines the very best in the world!
    Via Colletta 44/46 - Tel: 00390815539426
    Web Site
  • Umberto

    In 1916, Ermelinda and Umberto Di Porzio, an enterprising husband and wife team of chefs, decided to test their skills by opening a small, unpretentious trattoria named Don Umberto. Little has changed over the years and the restaurant continues to retain its old-world charm, serving the best of Neapolitant tradition: ragù, braciole (pork chops), stockfish with potatoes, pasta di Gragnano and a wine of unparalleled, authentic quality which Don Umberto purchases from small, local wineries.
    Via Alabardieri 30/31 - Tel: 0039081418555
    Web Site
  • La Bersagliera

    Founded in 1919 by Donna Emilia, the daughter of a “bersagliere”, and, still, run today by her family, this eatery retains its original Liberty-style floral motifs. Several of the city’s most famous songs have been composed at its table, including Santa Lucia. Awed by its unrivalled fare, the venue has also hosted a number of famous Italian celebrities of the calibre of Totò and Eduardo, Caruso, Sofia Loren, Alberto Moravia and Pier Paolo Pasolini.
    Santa Lucia Borgo Marinaro, 10/11 - Tel: 00390817646016
    Web Site
  • Ciro a Mare

    Lying at the foot of the imposing Castel dell’Ovo, you can find this temple of Neapolitan food which first opened its doors in 1936. Culture, honesty and sacrifice are the underlying philosophy of its owners Luigi and Mario Stentardo who have proudly continued to honour the tradition of their forefathers. Make sure to try the house speciality, Spaghetti alla Lucullo.
    Via Luculliana 29/30 - Tel: 00390817646006
    Web Site
  • Ciro a Mergellina

    Currently run by the fourth generation, descending from Pasquale Fummo, the founder of this prestigious eatery which celebrates the culinary wealth of Naples with one of the most refined menus in the city. Standout dishes include linguine alla Ciro with clams, mouth watering fried sea bass and the venue’s time-honoured pizza topped with ultra-fresh buffalo milk mozzarella.
    Via Mergellina, 21 - Tel: 0039081681780
    Web Site
  • Ciro a Santa Brigida

    Known for its classic service and unrivalled food, this small restaurant, originally established as a tavern in via Foria, subsequently relocated to its present address in the Santa Brigida district. The menu changes every day, according to the availability of produce, especially its daily catch of fresh fish. Steeped in history and culture, famous scientists, men of letters, legendary actors and musicians have all dined here including Guglielmo Marconi, d’Annunzio, Pirandello, Toscanini, Eduardo and Totò.
    Via Santa Brigida, 71/73 - Tel: 00390815524072
    Web Site
  • A’ fenestella

    Those seeking a view might enjoy this early 20th century eatery whose window (fenestella) is probably the most famous in Naples thanks to the song by Salvatore di Giacomo”. Sitting on the panoramic terrace, diners can enjoy delectable dishes served according to time-honoured, Neaopolitan tradition. All the taste of Naples plus a wonderful seaview.
    Via Marechiaro, 23 - Tel: 00390817690020
    Web Site
  • Dante e Beatrice

    For more than forty years, this restaurant has continued to delight the palates of even the most conservative diners with traditional dishes like sartu di riso (a timbale of rice filled with meat, cheese and vegetables), Genovese (a rich onion sauce flavoured with meat) and oven-baked pasta. However, the real star of the show of this landmark restaurant is braciola (thin slices of pan-fried meat served with pine nuts and raisins.)
    Via Chiatamone, 56 - Tel: 00390810484133
    Web site

Nightlife & Attractions

In a city dominated by the sea, the night takes on a charm of its own. In fact, it is not mere chance that the Neapolitan “movida” is concentrated in its historic centre and the Riviera di Chiaia. A distinctive characteristic of Neapolitan nightlife is the fact that it is as bustling by night as it is by day offering a wide range of proposals from live music played at the openings of galleries or exhibitions to the celebration of important occasions. Naples by night is a truly eclectic experience.

  • Happy Rock

    A landmark venue for night owls from which a number of pubs and bars have drawn inspiration. Opened in 1976, it offers a welcoming, relaxing atmosphere boasting neo-Liberty decor and sophisticated batiks. A great place to enjoy an aperitivo or to spend an evening in the company of friends.
    Via Bausan, 51 - Tel: 003081411712
    Web Site
  • The small bars of Chiaia

    Situated along the length of the Riviera di Chiaia, these venues are extremely popular with a young, hip Neapolitan crowd and not only in summer. A breeding ground of ideas and proposals to ensure the very best of night-time entertainment.
  • Ferrigni 35

    A venue which, in addition to excellent drinks also offers a rich calendar of artistic and cultural events that attract many young people and stimulate their interests.
    Via G. Ferrigni, 35
    Web site
  • Heineken Green Stage

    A branch of the Heineken green circuit, this brewery is a must-visit destination to whet your whistle and decide what to do later on in the evening. The venue is also renowned for its multi-sensory music experiences.
    Piazza San Pasquale, 15/16 - Tel: 00390817642728
  • La Mela

    It was 1967 when the Campanino brothers decided to perform with their band in a venue modelled on their own image. Forty years later, La Mela is still going strong and is a favourite with the Neapolitan elite. The venue has been graced by performers like Gino Paoli, Ornella Vanoni, Patty Pravo and Massimo Ranieri and applauded by customers of the calibre of Paolo Villaggio, Giorgio Armani, Naomi Campbell and Carlo Verdone.
    Via dei Mille, 41 - Tel: 0039081410270
    Web Site
  • Voga Club

    One venue, four faces, one for each season. In fact, particularly worthy of note are the club’s two summer-winter versions which take their name from their location: the summer Voga Coroglio and the winter Voga Chiaia. Enjoy high-quality entertainment, comfortable spaces, top drinks and a great selection of music spun by experienced DJs.
    Web Site
  • Arenile di Bagnoli

    Established in 1994, this is one of the biggest of Naples’s beachfront clubs. As the sun sets, order an aperitivo or a pizza, catch a band or hit the beachside dance floor for thumping house music under the stars.
    Via Coroglio, 14b - Tel: 00390815706035
    Web Site
  • Chez Moi

    The history of “scemuà”, meaning chez moi in Neapolitan dialect, began in October, 1981 at number 13 via Parco della Margherita, when Renzo Arbore cut the ribbon and officially inaugurated this venue which soon became one of the city’s most renowned hot spots. Patronized by VIPs, here, everything is a pretext for a celebration. This glamorous Naples nightclub has a strict entry code. Designers, socialites and footballers, mostly over 25, come to enjoy the piano bar, disco and occasional cabaret acts, partying till late.
    Via Parco della Margherita, 13 - Tel: 0039081407526
    Web Site
  • Matì Club

    An emblem of high life, this sophisticated, exclusive disco club is situated just behind Piazza San Pasquale and is extremely popular with Neapolitan night owls. Offering a sauve, elegant setting, there’s plenty of reason to swing by this sophisticated spot to listen to good music and let your hair down!
    Via V. Cuoco, 3 - Tel: 0039081407471
  • Miles

    On Thursdays it offers Black Music and loads of rhythm while the whole weekend is given over to frenzied dancing until the small hours of the morning. One of the most glam, stylish superclubs in the city. Also organizes evenings-events dedicated to art and photographic exhibitions or live concerts. Miles boasts a well-stocked bar featuring a great selection of prestigious wines.
    Via San Pasquale, 46 - Tel: 00393381458610


Shopping in Naples is a ritual. Apart from its luxury, upmarket stores, located in several of the city’s most elegant streets, shopping in Naples is an unforgettable experience. Just take, for example, San Gregorio Armeno and its evocative stalls crowded with nativity scenes and figurines. Each purchase is transformed into an auction and you will end up by being delighted not only by your purchases but also by the Neapolitans’ unquestionable charm – these people are born salesmen!

  • Luxury shopping streets

    Via dei Mille, via Calabritto, via Filangieri and via Carlo Poerio: these are the four areas in which the city’s luxury designer boutiques, both Italian and foreign, are located.
  • Historic shops Chiaia

    Tramontano, famed for its prestigious arm candy, handcrafted according to time-honoured Neapolitan tradition, is located in via Chiaia. No less famous are Marinella’s ties, renowned throughout the world and sold in the same store.
  • Via Toledo and Corso Umberto

    This is one of the city’s more affordable areas, patronized, for the most part by young people in search of trendy goods at reasonable prices.
  • Il Vomero

    Between Via Scarlatti and Via Luca Giordano, you’ll find a number of designer labels and high-end stores. Conversely, in its more hidden alleyways, you can find some truly great bargains!
  • Christmas Market

    Though open year-round, it still retains its original name and is a market dedicated to all things Christmassy, in particular, handcrafted “presepi” or Nativity scenes of sheer beauty. Extending over the long, evocative street dedicated to San Gregorio Armeno, you will find a number of little workshops specializing in the manufacture of cribs, classic figurines representing various trades as well as caricatures of celebrities, with an incredible offer of accessories for decorating and animating cribs, making it possible to build an entire, lively village aroud the crib.
  • Flower Market

    Vendors set up their stalls each morning, at dawn, in Piazza Municipio. Tidily arranged in the spaces around Maschio Angioino, local flower vendors sell a variety of plants and flowers that will inebriate you with their fragrant perfumes and vibrant colours.
  • Antique Market

    Every third and fourth weekend of the month, this flea market sets up in the Villa Comunale area. Here you can find true gems of antiquity which will awe and delight even the most discerning antique buffs. The best period is December, when the market operates non-stop until Christmas eve……
  • Mercato di Resina

    An historic market, founded in 1944, before the end of the Second World War to sell the objects and clothes distributed by US convoys passing through the city. Nowadays, it is almost an institutional date for everyone in Naples. Open in the mornings from Monday to Sunday, this is a great place to find original vintage garments, second-hand clothing and old and new leather goods.
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