HOTEL PIAZZA BELLINI
Imagine an antique palace of the sixteenth century completely renovated in the historic center of Naples, near San Gregorio Armeno, the National Archaeological. Museum and the Universities. Add a young staff with an innovative hospitality concept, a totally original design, and the result will be the Hotel Piazza Bellini, a new 3-star hotel in the center of Naples..
Inside a typical building of 1600, the Micalò is a meeting between a "Guest House" and a "Boutique Hotel". Small, welcoming and with a high design.
An oasis of peace in the heart of Chiaia, a flowery and comfortable garden, lounge bar where you can enjoy an excellent drink accompanied by a sophisticated finger food.
The cult of cocktails that have made the history in a unique atmosphere: a wooden door, an inscrutable showcase and a spotlight that illuminates carved
glass cups, cups and soda syphons with timeless retro charm.
ANTICA PIZZERIA DI MICHELE
From Michele you will one of the best pizzas of the capital of pizza. They make scary numbers, the thousand customers served every day makting a queue of
at least an hour, with the number in hand, to choose between margherita and marinara.
Meeting point for the Neapolitans who love the promenade of their city and those who want to indulge in something good. They have made the Chalet Ciro a real institution, is not the strategic position but the indisputable quality of all products accompanied by a wide possibility of choice.
Supper Club - food on the roof, a weekly gastronomic appointment to follow online: the menu is published on the site or the facebook page, there you can made your reservation. The place of the dinner is revealed just before the established date: the only clue, the house is located in the Chiaia area, in the center.
MUSEO HERMANN NITSCH
The Nitsch Museum of Naples is not only a gathering and exhibition of the work of Hermann Nitsch, but is born as an active cultural subject, engaged in
critical and theoretical reflection around the great Austrian artist.
In the historic heart of Naples, the three floors of the nineteenth century Palazzo Donnaregina host the Madre · Museum of Contemporary Art: 7,200 square meters of exhibition space, with site specific installations, collections and temporary installations.
LA VECCHIA NAPOLI
In Naples there are over 200 pedestrian paths, consisting of 135 stairs and 69 steps. In Naples, there is "the longest pedestrian street in Italy" without the knowledge of its inhabitants. Starting from the square of the Certosa di San Martino (hill of Vomero), the path winds along the Pedamentina stairs, leads to Corso Vittorio Emanuele, to take the Montesanto staircase up to the pedestrian (more or less) streets of Pignasecca. which will lead to Spaccanapoli (Via Benedetto Croce and via San Biagio dei Librai) and finally to the Duomo. You go up instead, when you go along the Moiariello, also called by the Neapolitans "the Posillipo dei poveri" for the panoramic views that it offers on the gulf. The steps of the "small bushel" link the real Botanical Garden of via Foria to the Royal Palace of Capodimonte and its museum (site of the splendid Flagellation of Caravaggio).
LA NAPOLI MASSONICA
Condensate of baroque-rococcò, the Pharmacy of the Incurables is part of the ancient hospital of the Reame. The place is considered an example of the eighteenth-century Neapolitan architecture although it is part of the complex of the ancient sixteenth-century spezieria of the Ospedale degli Incurabili. There are two main protagonists of the spaces: the majolica and the wooden shelves - worked by artisans of the time who took care of the carpentry and the golden stuccos. To these elements are added the ampoules, in 66 niches, which still retain residues of pharmaceutical products. In the reported "drugs" we find ingredients and preparations that refer to alchemical and esoteric beliefs.