Naples is a city that deserves more than a few days to be explored to the fullest. However, a day-long visit allows you to see incredible architectural richness and historical sights, and experience the culture and beauty of this city.
One example features the four castle sites in different areas of the city, each with its own unique story and different origin.
For example, the 4 castles sites in different areas of the city, and with stories and different origins. The best known is the “Castel dell’Ovo” of the twelfth century, situated on the islet of Megaride, surrounded by the Borgo Marinari; the “Castello Maschio Angioino or Castel Nuovo” in Town Hall Square, built in the thirteenth century; the “Castello Sant 'Elmo”, perched atop the tuff-filled hill of Vomero, has a star-shaped which allows you to see the various corners of the city; the “Castello Capuano”, build in the twelft century, takes its name from the nearby Porta Capuana, one of the ancient entrances to the city and now the seat of the Court.
Other highlights include some of the main squares of the city, such as Piazza Plebiscito, Piazza della Borsa, Piazza Dante, located in the historic center of Naples, and then some narrow streets such as the well-known San Gregorio Armeno where there are numerous artisans’ shops.