We walked along this street several times during our stay. Di Matteo pizzeria....a Naples Institution is along here. The street is crowded and rather dark and dingy in places but packed full of locals and tourist alike.
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Like others we where 'warned' about Naples - Napoli - New City. It was described to me as a beautiful woman with dirty feet. And my was it beautiful, and dirty! But there is so much incredible beauty in the grime of Naples, and especially...More
Packed with walkers, this is actually not a pedestrian street. Cars do occasionally pick their way along, as do motorbikes & scooters. Outside the famed pizza places the crowds are 29 to 30 deep and hardly seem to move. But it has life and vibrancy.
This may be a tourist street but worth a look as probably unique. Multiple shops selling similar products but interesting none the less. Sellers noisy but not pushy inclined to be helpful. Depending on the shop goods range from tacky to high quality. We were...More
Great mixture of tourists and locals with everything from usual tourist nick knacks to everyday essentials ...Colourful vibrant and fun ... Interesting local products .. pizza by the slice 1 euro and cakes of every size shape and flavour ...
I can strongly recommend visiting this area to everyone who wants to feel the real atmosphere of the city. It is so typical old street in Naples, busy, noisy and full of local character. Beware of the manic scooters!
That is a one of the "main" old streets in the core of Old Naples. It has several attractions, so have a look.
I really like this street. Everytime you go up and down you discover something else. The store that caught my eye was the ome selling the huge coffee percolator. Good for 50 cups of coffee. Just stroll the street and absorb the atmosphere of it....More