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Art in Naples

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Italy has the largest collection of art works in the world, and a large portion of these are in the Naples area. A stroll though the city...

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Top 10 Things to do in Naples

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  • Piazza del Plebiscito

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    The largest public square in Naples. This square is dedicated to the unification of Italy in 1870....

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Latest Naples reviews (5)

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  • Naples is a dump. Dirty streets, graffitti everywhere, idiotic drivers. The run down buildings and clothes strung over the balconies remind me of a third world country. As a tourist, this has been my least favourite place to visit in Italy so far.
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  • Best City in thr world
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  • naples is a fantastic place! Its crazy, and a bit gritty but it is a REAL city.
    a couple of years ago report abuse
  • My favorite place to stay (if you're on a budget or want to meet some great young travelers) is Giovani's Home! He makes home-made Italian meals, and there is a great deck. he is also very helpful if you need anything!
    a couple of years ago report abuse
  • My memories of Naples are generally very well remembered. The downsides include the constant striking of the city workers, the rampant problem of stray animals, and the crazy driving of the southern Italians.That being said, the "problems" of life in Naples don't even begin to outweigh the "benefits." The Italians are very welcoming. The pace of life is generally laid-back. The cities and towns are beautiful.Naples (and Italy in general) is a one-of-a-kind place that will never cease calling for you.
    about a decade ago report abuse



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