Putting together an itinerary for seeing all the best sights this vacation? Perhaps you've got a few hours to kill between business meetings, and want to know the best stuff to see. Either way, our 10Best list should have you covered. While there are always great things to experience, there are typically things you wish you would have passed on as well. Teatro San Carlo located in the Airport - Nap area is among our top picks for sightseeing in Naples.

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Cappella Sansevero

The Cappella Sansevero was built in 1590 and decorated for Raimondo di Sangro, prince of Sansevero. The majestic interior of this chapel is adorned with ornate frescoes and sculptures. The most outstanding sculpture is Giuseppe Sammartino's...  Read More

Il Duomo

Il Duomo was built from 1272-1315. This amazing chapel has unfortunately lost most of its original Gothic structure, now exhibiting more of a Neo-Gothic style. Within its walls stands Christianity's first basilica, dating back to the fourth...  Read More

Teatro San Carlo

The Teatro San Carlo is one of the oldest theaters in the world. It was designed by Giovanni Antonio Medrano under the direction of King Charles of Boubon. It was officially opened in November 1737. Its magnificent architecture and productions...  Read More

Acquario Della Stazione Zoologica Di Napoli

This aquarium is an attraction that both you and your children will enjoy. Established in the 19th century, the Acquario is Europe's oldest aquarium. Today, you will find over 200 species of marine animals and plant life on display, with special...  Read More

La Fontana dell'Immacolatella

Allow your eyes to drink in the beauty of La Fontana dell'Immacolatella. This elegant fountain was built in 1601 by Michelangelo Naccherino and Pietro Bernini. This white and gray marble masterpiece is adorned with coats of arms and eagles and...  Read More

La Fontana di Monteoliveto

In the center of Piazza Monteoliveto stands a fountain built in 1668 by Antonio Cafaro. The fountain outpours water through lions' mouths, and the last Hapsburg king of Spain, Charles II, is upheld by eagles.


Port'Alba is located right at the city's central plaza. In 1625, viceroy Antonio Alvarez of Toledo had this gateway built. Port'Alba was the first connection between the city of Naples and other outside districts. The statue of San Gaetano is a great photo opportunity.

Port Capuana

The Renaissance in Italy definitely left its mark at the turn of almost every corner. The Porta Capuana is reflective of this era of Italian history. The arch was built in the late 15th century and was designed by Giuliano da Maiano. The two...  Read More

This should be at the top of your list, even it you have only half a day to spare. To get there, take a train ride from the Central Station in Naples and travel about 20 miles south of Naples on the other side of Mount Vesuvius. Unbelievable in...  Read More

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