Naples is an Italian destination that attracts crowds of tourists from all over the world every year. Right in the archipelago of the Gulf of Naples is Procida, the Italian capital of culture for the year 2022. The Neapolitan city is rightly celebrated for its incredible architectural, historical and artistic heritage.

Called the city of 500 domes, Naples retains a mysterious and authentic charm. Streets, monuments, castles and ancient noble residences overlooking the sea. Each visit to Naples is a potential source of discovery. The offer of activities, sites of archaeological interest, cultural meetings, restaurants and social life is really wide. Moreover, thanks to the coves scattered along the coast and the proximity to the islands of the gulf, it is a beloved destination for lovers of the sea.

Among the most visited points of interest are the Pignatelli Museum, the Church of Santa Teresa a Chiaia, Castel Nuovo, the Royal Palace of Naples, Piazza Plebiscito and the Bourbon Gallery, to name a few. However, the historical essence of the city is accompanied by a lively and pulsating energy that makes this place unique in the world.

Chiaia Naples

Considered one of the most elegant places in the city, the Chiaia Naples district is located a few steps from the sea, framed by the promenade of Via Caracciolo and Piazza Amedeo. Easily to reach, thanks to its central position, the area offers perfect meeting points for worldly leisure, high fashion shopping, and scenic walks.

Public and private


There are several options to reach Chiaia. It is possible to get there by walking along the pedestrian street from Piazza Trieste e Trento to Piazza dei Martiri. By public transport, it can be reached by:

Metro line 1 Toledo station

Metro line 2 Amedeo station

Chiaia funicular, Parco Margherita station

Central Funicular Augusteo station

Bus: 128, 151, EAV

Alternatively, it is possible to move around with the numerous private transport services available in the city.

Restaurants and best
pizza in Naples

Chiaia offers an interesting gastronomic side of Naples. At this crossroads of historic streets, it is possible to find tradition and creativity: tavern dishes, many pizzerias, and restaurants to eat by the sea. In particular, breakfast in Chiaia, with the numerous bars and pastry shops, is a pleasant Neapolitan rite. Many local desserts, such as sfogliatelle and babà, and variousimaginative proposals.

Restaurants generally stay open late and offer seafood menus and regional cooking. There are also numerous pizzerias: Brandi pizzeria is believed to be where the first pizza Margherita was born. For those who want to experiment with a slightly different version, it is possible to try gourmet pizzas with original combinations.

what see

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Piazza del Plebiscito
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Veiled Christ
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Maschio Angioino
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Archaeological Museum of Naples
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Naples Underground
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Catacombs of San Gennaro
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Palazzo Reale di Napoli
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Castel dell'Ovo

useful information

Here you will find a list of useful numbers in Naples if you need to call a service, help or contact a specific office.

Info and emergency numbers

Taxi Naples +39 081 8888
Travel informed +39 081 1515
Emergency call +39 112
Emergency public assistance +39 113
Child maltreatment emergency +39 114
Fire brigade: emergency call +39 115
Health emergency +39 118
Coast Guard +39 1515

National holidays

New Year (January 1st)
Epiphany (January 6)
Liberation (April 25)
Labor Day (May 1st)
Republic Day (June 2)
Assumption (August 15)
San Gennaro (19 September)
All Saints (November 1)
Immaculate Conception (December 8)
Christmas Eve (December 24th)
Christmas (December 25)
Easter Monday (December 26)