Designed in 1869 by architects Nicola Breglia and Giovanni De Novellis, this ornate shopping gallery filled with stylish ... More
Galleria Principe di Napoli
Designed in 1869 by architects Nicola Breglia and Giovanni De Novellis, this ornate shopping gallery filled with stylish boutiques was built between 1876 and 1883 as part of planned improvements to Via Fosse del Grano. The cast-iron and glass roof and solid masonry of the walls graced with splendid stucco decorations are a masterful combination of modern and traditional construction techniques. The gallery opens out onto Via Pessina, Via Broggia and the square in front of the National Museum.
Interesting architecture but the place is always empty. I would recommend a walk through just to get a feel for the place!!! It is usually empty except when you find two lovers who want a quiet place. Also visit Galleria Umberto which is similar but has shops and stores that one can visit (and spend a lot of money). If you like designer labels, Lacoste, Armani Jeans etc. then there are plenty of stores in the Galleria Umberto including a Lacoste.
This restaurant is located near many of the city's most famous monuments, the nearest being Castel dell'Ovo. Its dining room
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In the heart of the historical centre of Naples there is a comfortable bed and breakfast. A refurbished flat in
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