The complex of the alleyways of the old town dates back to Roman times. The world-famous SpaccaNapoli is the Roman parallel road to the sea, the Decumanum.
Here are attractions such as the cathedral with the chapel of San Gennaro, the church of San Lorenzo Maggiore, the church of mercy with the masterpiece of the painter Caravaggio: “Seven works of mercy” (Sette Opere di Miscorderia) the entrances to the tuff caves And the alley of the nativity makers.
Towards the sea, Napoli will be more fashionable with the wide avenue Corso Umberto I, the Galleria Umberto I of the same name, which resembles the covered Galleria in Milan and the Castel Nuovo.
The Piazza Plebiscito with its colonnades and the Palazzo Reale, which borders the San Carlo Theatre, are made.
In the traditional Caffetteria Gambrinus in Piazza Trieste e Trento, scholars and poets were already seated in animated exchanges.