The Province of Naples (Italian: Provincia di Napoli, Napulitano: Pruvincia 'e Nàpule) was a province in the Campania region of southern Italy; since January 2015 has been replaced by the Metropolitan City of Naples.
Restaurants in Province of Naples
5.0 based on 964 reviews
Very romantic and colourful place, characteristic and wonderful landscape, in a scenographic little gulf.
5.0 based on 101 reviews
4.5 based on 4,372 reviews
This part of Naples is full of crowded, colorful alleys full of shops, plastic rosaries, fresh seafood and famous artisan workshops specializing in the city's famous nativity scenes. The street officially starts at Piazza Gesù Nuovo
Unforgettable walk in an amazing street of this fantastic city. You plonged in the real Naples were tipical behaviours and eno-gastronimic culture are on the spot. Lots of very peculiar shops of arts and dozens of little churces.
4.5 based on 9,066 reviews
The tradition of representing the Holy Family as true art lives on in this narrow street, which is crowded on both sides with hundreds of artisan workshops with colorful displays of Nativity scenes.
I'd heard about this street and went especially to see it. It did not disappoint, but I was very suprised at how narrow it is and how crowded. Most of the time we were like sardines. The shops are full of wonderful nativitities and all the separate ornaments that allow people to build their own. Nativities with moving parts are very popular and there was a huge variety ranging from about 25 euros well into the hundreds. The seperate ornaments start at about 4 euros for the really tiny ones. If you plan to build your own nativity, take plenty of cash as the variey of ornaments is massive and you won't be able to stop at just the main ones. The street is quite long so if you want to have a really good look in all or most of the shops, you need at least an hour or more, especially if it's really crowded.
4.5 based on 4,046 reviews
There are some excellent views across the Bay of Naples to Vesuvius from here including the quaint Borgo Marinari. There is also a short description of the history of the site for those who are interested. Entry is free. I particularly liked the “tame” seagull who must have featured in a thousand selfies and has worked out that all (s)he has to do is stand there and 1 in 20 people will feed her/him. Why fly for food when the food will fly to you?
4.5 based on 1,615 reviews
We had a half day visit to Sant Angelo, we took the bus from Ischia Casamicciola and went around the island until the end of the bus line. The little city has amazing houses, colorful and very nice and coloured tiles, which we loved. It was our goal to see this beautiful enchanting little village and take a bath in the sea. We also climbed up to the rocks, where many people were enjoying the sun. We took a boat instead and went to Maronti beach where we had a nice stay and ended our day by swimming in the deep blue and crystal clear water. You have to visit Sant Angelo, if you are on Ischia island!
4.5 based on 412 reviews
It seems like most take the bus and then walk a couple of kilometers up to the top, firstly by a small road and the last bit by the trail. We took the long hike from Casamicciola and the shorter hike but still by trail back to the same starting point, giving us a nice daytrip of just under 6 hours, and also 13 kilometers of hiking through stunning scenery with spectacular views. The Restaurant on the top is a good place with an awesome view and a good break for coffee and something to eat. We took it kind of slow going up since we had a first time hiker with us.
4.5 based on 407 reviews
Absolutely beautiful church and well worth your time checking out. Free entry and very easy to find. Make sure and check out the LOWER level
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