Castel S. Elmo and Certosa di San Martino: 

Castel Sant'Elmo is a medieval castle,
used as a museum, located on the Vomero
hill near San Martino in Naples, very
close to our guest house.
From here you can enjoy the most
beautiful panorama of the city!
An unmissable stop for Instagrammable
photos! Read more on Wikipedia

Historic center of Naples

A UNESCO world heritage site since 1995, the historic center of the city is full of shops, monuments and churches. Here you can enjoy a fantastic pizza before immersing yourself in the alleys, visit the shops of the nativity scene masters of San Gregorio Armeno, explore the underground, let yourself be enchanted by the scents of Spaccanapoli, the street that divides the city in two.

National Archaeological Museum of Naples

The National Archaeological Museum of Naples is among the oldest and most important in the world for the richness and uniqueness of its heritage and for its contribution to the European cultural panorama. Here you can admire the Farnese Collection, numerous finds from Pompeii and Herculaneum. The Museum hosts exhibitions and events

Sansevero Chapel and Veiled Christ Museum

"A life-size carved marble statue, representing Our Lord Jesus Christ dead, covered by a transparent shroud made from the same block as the statue." Raimondo di Sangro commissioned the statue from Giuseppe Sammartino but the amazement of those who visit the Sansevero Chapel is indescribable in words

Naples Cathedral and Treasure of San Gennaro

The only Saint to have a contract with the city of Naples. Protection in exchange for a real treasure and a majestic chapel. The Duomo is an essential stop for anyone visiting the city!

Lungomare Caracciolo, Castel dell'Ovo, Piazza del Plebiscito and Palazzo Reale 

The symbols of Naples, which can be visited on foot and reachable just a few metro or funicular stops from our guest house. Did you know that under the Castel dell'Ovo there is, according to legend, a magic egg? That it is almost impossible to cross Piazza del Plebiscito blindfolded and manage to pass between its two sculptures? That the Royal Palace overlooking it has fantastic gardens and a history to discover?