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Piazza Vittoria, 80121, Naples, Italy
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This is the high-rent district of Naples where via Chiaia is located, the Madison Avenue of the city.
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  • Very good38%
  • Average7%
  • Poor1%
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Piazza Vittoria, 80121, Naples, Italy
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Reviewed yesterday

Penalty is a boutique in Vicoletto S.Arpino, 3. Just a few steps from Via Chaia. I have known the owners for years, recently they have been joined by their delightful children. Penalty, stocks top Italian fashion brands, it is the kind of shop where you...More

Thank maria m
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We stayed in this district at the Palazzo Alabardieri. This area is very close to the sea-10 minute walk and the Toledo area -10 minutes. The area is where the upmarket shops of Naples are but only minutes away from the lower end of the...More

Thank ceri r
Reviewed 30 June 2017 via mobile

Love monestary, basilica and cloister. Mostly Gothic so for me beats the baroque churches nearby (ymmv).

1  Thank Neal B
Reviewed 15 May 2017 via mobile

We loved our apartment and the district of Chiaia. It was a clean and classy area and one closest to the sea. The shops cater for everyone with local bakeries and green grocers along with excellent local restaurants in abundance. You feel safe and completely...More

2  Thank theharrogatelady
Reviewed 21 November 2016

The unusual part of the city, less hectic and noisy, with many nice shops and restaurants, perfect for strolling around without every day’s chaos so typical for Naples. We took our time wandering around the cobblestone streets and enjoying the relative safeness of the area.

2  Thank Borzov
Reviewed 18 October 2016

Great location for those looking for shopping, restaurants and history. Take a stroll around and you will have a perfect day spend among the nicest streets of Naples

Thank Linda B
Reviewed 19 September 2016

Not the real naples with its gritty, down to earthness. Not loud at all. It would be a shame if all naples was like this...just like so many other world cities. Nice though for an hour or two of unreality.

Thank sorbomanabroad
Reviewed 5 September 2016 via mobile

Opposite to the historical part of the City, Chiaia is nice, quiet and clean district of Naples. Must visit for all the visitors :-)

2  Thank OlgaBednarska
Reviewed 3 September 2016

Chiaia is a more upmarket part of Naples. We very much enjoyed strolling around Chiaia's multitude of shops, restaurants and gelato shops. It was calmed than Via Toledo and nice to stroll around after dinner.

Thank s2888
Reviewed 27 January 2016

The District of Chiaia is one of my favorite part of this incredible city and it is walking distance to the historical centre of Naples, which is an UNESCO world heritage site. Chiaia is great for shopping and food, in via dei Mille, you will...More

2  Thank Tipsformytrip
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ceri r
26 June 2017|
Response from theharrogatelady | Reviewed this property |
No we actually found the local restaurants very reasonable. The pasta with clams is served absolutely everywhere and averaged around 10/12 euro. House wine was from around 8 euro for 500ml. Lots of locals eat in the area and... More