10 Things to do in Naples, Italy Travel Guide

Join us as we visit Naples, Italy in this travel guide covering 10 of the top things to do in the city including eating pizza! With two full days in Naples we tried to explore as much as this chaotic city as possible and ended up loving the experience.

10 Things to do in Naples City Tour | Italy Travel Guide: (Napoli)

Intro – 00:01
1) Piazza del Plebiscito – 00:59
2) Palazzo Reale Napoli / Royal Palace of Naples – 01:30
3) Castel Nuovo / New Castle – 02:37
4) Caffe Gambrinus – 03:33
5) Galleria Umberto I – 06:39
6) Eat Naples pizza (Neapolitan pizza: margherita & marinara) – 07:09
7) Fish Market in Naples – 08:54
8) Naples National Archaeological Museum (Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli) – 09:35
9) Quartieri Spagnoli / Spanish Quarter – 10:10
10) Sunset on the Seafront Promenade the Bay of Naples – 10:40
Outro – 11:04

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Our visit Naples travel guide documentary covers some of the top attractions including a food guide to Neapolitan cuisine, top sightseeing tourist attractions and the city by day including visiting cathedrals, pizzerias, the old town, quirky neighborhoods and museums. We also cover off-the-beaten-path outdoor activities you won’t find in a typical Naples tourism brochure, Naples itinerary or Naples, Italy city tour also known as Napoli Italia.

10 Things to do in Naples, Italy Travel Guide Video Transcript: (NAPOLI)

Tell anyone you’re travelling to Naples and you’ll likely get a few raised eyebrows with some side comments about the mafia, or grid-lock traffic, or garbage on the streets. Somewhere along the way, Naples seems to have earned a bad reputation, but we thought it all sounded a bit too harsh. We wanted to experience the city for ourselves, plus we’d also heard there was good pizza!



We ended up having a grand ol’ time, so join on us as we show you what you can get up to with a couple of days in Naples, plus somewhere along the way, we’ll also reveal where we ate our favourite pizza.

Piazza del Plebiscito seemed like a good place to start our tour. This is a large public square in Central Naples, that earned its name from the 1860 vote that brought Naples into the unified Kingdom of Italy.

The plaza is surrounded by numerous attractions, including the Royal Palace of Naples on one side, and the Basilica of San Francesco di Paola.

We then visited the Royal Palace of Naples. This was one of the four residences in Naples used by the Bourbon Kings during their rule of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies.

The admission fee was 4 Euros and this gave us access to the Royal Apartments where we got to admire porcelains, tapestries, sculptures and painted ceilings found within the palace walls.

We visited was Castel Nuovo, an imposing medieval castle that dates back to 1282. This castle was built when Charles I of Naples took the throne and moved his capital from Palermo to Naples.
Admission to the castle was 6 Euros per person.

We stopped by Caffe Gambrinus, a historic coffeehouse in the heart Naples for a bite and drink.

We visited Galleria Umberto I, which is a gallery which vaulted iron and glass ceilings, where you can shop & people watch.

This gallery dates back to the late 1880s and meant to be reminiscent of Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan.

While in Naples, we took it upon ourselves to find the best pizza in the city. This involved eating a total of 10 pizzas over two days.
In the end we decided Da Michele was our personal favourite.

Because we always enjoy visiting outdoor markets wherever we go, we stopped by the Fish Market.

Moving on to museums we visited Naples National Archaeological Museum. This museum holds the Farnese Marbles, which is an impressive collection of Roman copies of classical Greek sculptures and ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum.

Another place we visited in Naples was the Quartieri Spagnoli, or Spanish Quarter. The streets in this quarter were laid down during the 16th century for the Spanish military barracks outside the city walls. The streets here are narrow and the buildings tall.

And that’s a wrap for our quick 2-day tour of Naples. We hope this video gave you a few ideas of things you can do in the city and all the pizza you can eat in between.

This is part of our Travel in Italy video series showcasing Italian food, Italian culture and Italian cuisine.

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