Spaccanapoli is considered the spine of Naples. It's a single, long street running through the historic district, or centro storico.
Other than Spaccanapoli, Pignasecca is the other major street in Napoli's historic district.
Via Pignasecca, 80134 Naples, Italy
Santa Chiara Cloister
Through an archway and behind a tall wall is the refuge of Santa Chiara Cloister, an 18th-century monastery. For a small fee, you can decompress in its beautiful gardens.
Via Benedetto Croce, 16, 80134 Naples, Italy
Piazza del Plebiscito
Naples has a dizzying pace, but at Piazza del Plebiscito, a popular gathering place, you'll be able to find some peace.
Piazza Trieste e Trento, 80132 Naples, Italy
Teatro di San Carlo
Teatro di San Carlo has been the home of Naples' opera since 1737. Neapolitans love the opera, and the teatro is a point of pride.
via San Carlo, 98/F, 80132 Naples, Italy
One of the most impressive works of art in the world, the statue Veiled Christ, happens to be in the private chapel of the Sansevero family, a very prominent family in Naples.
Via Francesco De Sanctis, 19 80134 Naples, Italy
One of the more relaxing areas of the energetic city of Naples is the Santa Lucia district, marked by the Castel dell'Ovo fortress.
Santa Lucia, Naples, Italy
Grand Hotel Vesuvio
The Grand Hotel Vesuvio is a distinguished hotel overlooking the Bay of Naples in the Santa Lucia district.
Via Partenope 45, 80121 Naples, Italy
Opened in 1860, Gambrinus is one of the last remaining elegant cafes in Naples.
Via Chiaia 1/2, Naples, Italy
Da Michele is one of the best places in Naples to go for pizza. Run by the same family for generations, there's just 2 kinds of pizza -- marinara and margherita.
Via Camaldoli Ai Cangiani 7, Naples, 80131 Italy