Nice area of Naples with lots of small shops all over and restaurants around. It is a nice enjoyable walk. Just didn’t like that actually there were moments that cars would cross the road cause looks the street is for pedestrians.
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Buzzword Spaccanapoli means "Naples Splitter". This is one of the three ancient streets of Greek-Roman Neapolis, who were called decumani. It was called the Decumanus Inferiore (lower). Their task in town planning was orientation on a line "East-West". The street starts from Piazza Gesù Nuovo,...More
Literally meaning “Naples splitter” since it seems to divide the city in two parts, it certainly deserves its UNESCO World Heritage status. This amazing district right in the Centro Storico brings the past to life with numerous picturesque narrow streets and monuments. A trip to...More
The bustling, narrow street is an essential part of any trip to Naples. It is jammed full of clothes shops, jewellers, shops selling tourist tat and Neopolitan nativity scenes, but it was the fantastic street food places that tempted me. Sfogliatella, baba, gelato if you...More
The narrow streets and alleys were crowded on a Sunday in early October. There are so many places to get take away street food or enjoy pizza at a pizzeria. There are many shops selling tacky tourist stuff and Christmas ornaments. Just seeing the locals...More
Naples is a city that you really need to get yourself out on the streets. This a part of the city that is alive with lots people as well as many things to do.
The narrow street (alley) that divides, as they say the local people, Naples in 2. Almost 1500 metres long and 6 meters wide one of the most touristic streets of the city full of cafes, small restaurants, souvenir shops, bars. You can enjoy walking there...More
When you've seen a 100 cities they all start to look the same. Unfortunately I'd have to say the same about Spaccanapoli. Despite the impressive colours and height grandeur of the buildings, there's nothing here that you wouldn't find in any other city around the...More