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Living the city as Neapolitan do.

Palazzo Trabucco: Neapolitan Baroque in the Pignasecca quarter

Naples Palazzo Trabucco

Palazzo Trabucco is an extraordinary example of Neapolitan Baroque.

Situated next to palazzo Mastelloni, there is another monumental edifice in Naples, palazzo Trabucco, an extraordinary example of urban architecture of the 18th century in Naples.

Parks of Naples

Naples parks

A useful guide through the main parks and green areas in Naples.

We present you an overview of the green areas and parks of Naples, among more known sites and those that are a real surprise. From royal forests to new urban parks where one may relax, do sports and meet with friends.

Palazzo Caracciolo di Santobuono

Palazzo Caracciolo di Santobuono is a monumental mansion in the historic heart of Naples.

Naples is extremely rich in antique monuments and historic and cultural sites. Let’s enter in Palazzo Caracciolo.

Il Tunnel Borbonico

Naples Tunnel Borbonico

Tunnel Borbonico: a secret king’s passage, a shelter during the Second World War and a deposit in the postwar period.

Let’s discover a part of the history of the city through its hidden venues, recently reopened for public. The history of Naples is buried in Tunnel Borbonico, renamed Galleria Borbonica. The tunnel is today a site of cultural events and guided tours.

The basilica of Santa Maria alla Sanità, a treasure hidden underground

Naples Basilica of Santa Maria della Sanità

Today we suggest you a stroll through a historic Neapolitan quarter to discover the Basilica of Santa Maria della Sanità.

The Basilica of Santa Maria della Sanità (known also as San Vincenzo alla Sanità) is one of the most fascinating churches worth visiting in Naples. It is located in the popular quarter of Sanità and called by the locals San Vincenzo, since it houses a statue of the Saint Dominican Vincenzo Ferreri, whose cult is popular in the zone. The shrine was constructed in the early 17th century and projected by the Dominican Giuseppe Nuvolo, who made it erect over the catacombs of San Gaudioso.