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Piazza Municipio, Naples

Piazza Municipio, Naples: Our most recommended tours and activities

Naples: Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour 24-Hour Ticket

1. Naples: Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour 24-Hour Ticket

Explore the birthplace of pizza with a 24-hour ticket valid for up to 2 routes on this panoramic hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus tour. Discover the unforgettable sights and flavors of Napolitano culture at your own pace. The ticket gives you the freedom to explore one of the world’s oldest cities at leisure, with buses running every 45-90 minutes. You can even take in views of Mount Vesuvius from the city's waterfront. The hop-on hop-off bus is also ideal for shopping expeditions and exploring the many tasty restaurants that Naples has on offer. Use your 24-hour pass to explore the following attractions: Line A Stop 1 - Largo Castello (Piazza Municipio) Stop 2 - Chiesa Del Gesu Nuovo Stop 3 - Piazza Dante - Ingresso Ai Decumani Stop 4 - Museo Archeologivo Nazionale - Galleria Principe Di Napoli Stop 5 - Chiesa Di Santa Maria Della Sanita Stop 6 - Museo e Bosco Di Capodimonte, Osservatorio Astronomico Stop 7 - Santa Maria Incoronata Stop 8 - Teatro Bellini - Mura Greche Stop 9 - Museo Arte Contemporanea Donna Regina Stop 10 - Castel Capuano - Porta Capuana Stop 11 - Piazza Bovio/Universita Line B Stop 1 - Largo Castello (Piazza Municipio) Stop 2 - Piazza Vittoria - Via Calabritto Stop 3 - Palazzi Storici Stop 4 - Mergellina - Piazza del Leone Stop 5 - Capo Posillipo - Veduta Panoramica Stop 6 - Discesa Marechiaro Stop 7 - Parco Vigiliano Stop 8 – Veduta Panoramica Stop 9 - Viale Dohm Stop 10 – Piazza Vittoria Stop 11 - Castel dell'Ovo - Borgo Marinan Stop 12 - Stazione Marittima, pier for cruises and Le Isole Del Golfo

Naples: Naples, Pompeii, and Vesuvius Full-Day Tour

2. Naples: Naples, Pompeii, and Vesuvius Full-Day Tour

Explore the beauty of Naples along with a guided tour of Pompeii and Vesuvius National Park. Learn Naples’ storied history through a detailed city tour. Pique your curiosity and discover how Romans really lived at the archaeological site of Pompeii before walking around the top Europe’s only still active volcano. Meet your professional guide outside of your hotel, and climb aboard a minibus for two hours of sightseeing in Naples. Stop at the Cathedral of Naples to visit the Royal Chapel of the Treasure of St. Januarius and the basilica of Santa Restituta. Discover the Piazza del Municipio, Naples’ city hall square, and see the medieval Castel Nuovo before driving through the residential streets of Posillipo. Stop at the famed Chiesa di Sant'Antonio a Posillipo for the best views of the city and bay. Return to the city center in Piazza del Plebiscito to see the front of the Royal Palace of Naples and the beautiful church of San Francesco di Paola. Pass by the historical shopping gallery, Galleria Umberto I, and the iconic opera house, Teatro di San Carlo. Drive to Pompeii to learn about fascinating places like the Forum, the thermal baths and the House of the Vettii. Discover the Lupanar, burnt by volcanic ash and stones during the volcanic eruption in 79 A.D. Take a break to relax over lunch, including pizza and a drink. Continue to Torre del Greco, passing through Vesuvius National Park. Walk to the top of the only still active volcano in continental Europe. Stroll around the crater at an elevation of nearly 1200 meters to see a panoramic view of the charming bay of Naples. Return to Naples where your guide will drop you off at your hotel.

Naples: Sightseeing Tour by E-Bike

3. Naples: Sightseeing Tour by E-Bike

Get a better appreciation of the historic city of Naples and its impressive monuments on a guided e-bike tour. Cruise by the city's hottest sites like Castle Nuovo and Castle dell'Ovo. Admire views of Bay of Naples and the towering Mount Vesuvius.  Start with a ride down Spaccanapoli in the historic heart of the city to arrive at Piazza del Municipio, where the 13th-century Castel Nuovo (Maschio Angioino) is located. Ride onwards to the grand Piazza del Plebiscito. Marvel at the colonnades of the Royal Palace and the oldest active opera house in the world at the Real Teatro di San Carlo. Next, cycle in safety along the bike paths of the promenade to Marinaro, home to the Castel dell'Ovo, the oldest castle in Naples.  Learn about some of the legends associated with the castle, such as the myth of the siren Queen Partenope. Look closer at the old settlement of Monte Echia, considered the first area of Neapolis settled by the Greeks. Travel along the magnificent coastline of the Gulf of Naples with impressive views of Vesuvius and the islands of Capri, Ischia, and Procida at almost every turn in the road.

Naples: Guided Walking Tour with Bourbon Tunnel

4. Naples: Guided Walking Tour with Bourbon Tunnel

Accompanied by an expert and professional guide you will discover the majesty of the monumental area of Naples: Starting from the central Piazza Municipio you can admire the Neptune Fountain overlooking the majestic Castel Nuovo, better known among the Neapolitans as Maschio Angioino. You will continue towards Piazza Trieste e Trento and the adjacent Piazza del Plebiscito to enjoy the most important monuments of the city, from the San Carlo Theater to the Umberto I Gallery, from the Basilica of San Francesco di Paola to the Royal Palace, in an excursus of medieval, baroque art. and neoclassical. We will continue along Via Chiaia to discover the history of the Antica Pizzeria Brandi, where the famous pizza Margherita was born, and of the Gran Caffè Gambrinus. At the end of the walking tour you will begin your tour in the subsoil of Naples, you will discover the secrets that are hidden in the ancient Bourbon Gallery wanted by Ferdinand II of Bourbon in order to create a military path that would allow the troops to reach the Royal Palace in a short time time. The Bourbon Gallery is a long underground tunnel built in the mid-19th century by Ferdinand II of Bourbon and is considered the pride of underground Bourbon civil engineering. Rediscovered in 2005, the gallery offers the public a surprising itinerary in the subsoil and in the history of the Neapolitan city. Through the Standard route it will be possible to appreciate the war refuge, ancient cisterns of the Bolla Aqueduct, fragments of statues, vintage cars and motorcycles found during the safety measures.

Naples: Panoramic E-Bike Tour

5. Naples: Panoramic E-Bike Tour

Start from the ancient street of Spaccanapoli located in the heart of the historic city of Naples to reach Piazza del Municipio where the castle Maschio Angioino is located and then head to Piazza Plebiscito with its royal palace and San Carlo theater. Proceed to the promenade along the cycle path where you will stop at the ancient village of Marinaro which houses Castel dell'Ovo, the oldest castle of Naples and source of ancient legends like that of the siren Parthenope. In front of the castle, you will see Monte Echia, considered the  first settlement area of Neapolis by the Greeks. Your tour will then continue crossing the magnificent coastline by the splendid gulf setting characterized by Vesuvius, the Sorrento Peninsula and the islands of Capri, Ischia and Procida. Your next stop will be at Virgilian Natural Park from where you can easily climb the hill of Posillipo. From here, you will leave to cross the former industrial area of Bagnoli and visit the North pier (a walk of 1000 meters over the sea and a work of industrial architecture that was the old pontoon of ILVA). Finally, return to the center through the west of the city.

Pompeii and Naples Day Trip from Rome

6. Pompeii and Naples Day Trip from Rome

Travel back in time to the Roman Empire on this day trip to Rome. Enjoy a pickup from your hotel in Rome, and head along the coastline of the Mediterranean Sea to get magnificent views of the Amalfi Coast en route to Pompeii. Take a guided tour of the archaeological site on arrival and see the remains of the food market, thermal baths, and residences of the wealthy citizens. Learn about everyday life during the Roman Empire and marvel as history is brought to life before your eyes.  Continue to Naples to explore highlights such as the monuments of Via San Gregorio Armeno, Piazza San Domenico and Piazza del Gesù with its impressive Church of Gesù Nuovo and Basilica di Santa Chiara. Admire the Royal Palace and Church of San Francesco di Paola on Piazza Plebiscito. Look at the Galleria Umberto I on Via Toledo and continue to Piazza Municipio to appreciate the medieval Castel Nuovo. Taste an authentic sfogliatella (pastry) in a local bakery before the return trip to Rome.

Naples: Private Tour by Classic Fiat 500 or Fiat 600

7. Naples: Private Tour by Classic Fiat 500 or Fiat 600

Discover the historic buildings of Naples from the seat of a vintage Fiat 500 or 600, guided by a knowledgeable guide. The 5-hour tour explores the city’s historic center and Posillipo hill, source of inspiration for the paintings of the 19th-century school of Posillipo. Drive to the lively cobblestoned Spaccanapoli, the main promenade of the city leading to many of its most significant landmarks. Go to Gesù Square, site of the 15th-century Gesù Nuovo church, and enter the Santa Chiara Church. Continue to via San Gregorio Armeno, the "Christmas Alley". Your next stop will be Piazza Gaetano, named after one of the city’s 54 saints. Visit the famous Veiled Christ inside Sansevero Chapel (closed on Tuesdays) and the macabre Church of Santa Maria delle Anime del Purgatorio ad Arco (closed on Sundays), guarded by 3 bronze skulls (entry tickets for these sites are not included.) Admire the looming castle of Piazza del Municipio, and the entrance to the former public shooting gallery of the Galleria Umberto I. Continue to Piazza Municipio to marvel at the Castel Nuovo. See the facade of the oldest continuously active venue for public opera performances in Europe, at the Teatro di San Carlo in Piazza del Plebiscito. The east side of the piazza is home to the Royal Palace, while the west side hosts the Church of San Francesco di Paola (entrance), styled like the Pantheon in Rome. Visit Galleria Umberto I. Go to the port to see the Borgo Marinari and Norman fort of the Castel Dell'Ovo, before driving to the waterside Posillipo neighborhood. End at the entrance of the Parco Virgiliano, named after the Roman poet Virgil, thought to be entombed nearby.

Naples: City and Street Food Market

8. Naples: City and Street Food Market

This walking tour starts every day from Naples in Piazza Municipio by the Neptune Fountain. Take the chance to visit the city of Naples with a local guide that is not just a guide, but is also a true Neapolitan traditions believer! With your guide you will discover the real heart of Naples, full of the artistic influences left by the different domination suffered by the city after the Greek and Roman ages. Visit the Piazza Plebiscito with the magnificent Royal Palace, walk along the seaside to enjoy the view of the bay and Mt. Vesuvius, stroll inside the food market Pignasecca and taste different typical dishes, and walk through the narrow roads of the historical center and in the famous "Spaccanapoli". In the historical center take the chance to enter into a craftman shop to learn about the tradition of the handmade statues of the Nativity (called “Presepe”), a tradition deeply felt in Naples during the Christmas time that goes back to 1000 years ago. Walk along the central nave of Naples Cathedral also known as “Duomo”, and be fascinated by the history of Saint Gennaro and the liquefaction of his blood.

Naples: Neapolitan Pizza-Making Class with Drink

9. Naples: Neapolitan Pizza-Making Class with Drink

Welcome to our one-of-a-kind pizza-making experience in the heart of Naples! Join us in a traditional, family-owned pizzeria located in the historic center of Naples. Our cozy and authentic setting is the perfect place to learn the art of pizza making from local pizzaiolo (pizza makers) who have been perfecting their craft for generations. You'll start the experience by meeting our staff and getting to know the group. After a 1 minute walk, you will get into one of the most typical pizzeria of Napoli and start getting your hands dirty and learn how to make the perfect dough using only the finest, locally sourced ingredients. Our staff will teach you the traditional techniques for stretching and shaping the dough, and how to create the iconic "cornicione" (raised edge) that characterizes a true Neapolitan pizza. Next, you will learn about the various toppings and sauces that are traditionally used in Neapolitan pizza, and how to properly balance the flavors. You will have the opportunity to create your personalized pizza using a variety of toppings, and our Pizzaiolo will be on hand to offer guidance and tips. Once your pizza is ready, it will be cooked in the oven, and thanks to specific tools and expert hands, you will experience the authentic Neapolitan way. After your pizza is cooked to perfection, you will enjoy it with a drink of your choice (glass of wine or beer included), and savor the delicious taste of a true Neapolitan pizza. Our experience is held in a friendly and fun environment where you'll feel like part of the family. Our staff is passionate about sharing their skills and love for pizza making and you'll leave with a new appreciation for the art of pizza making. Book your experience today and join us for a fun and delicious journey through the world of Neapolitan pizza making!

Naples: Private Guided Walking Tour with Cathedral Visit

10. Naples: Private Guided Walking Tour with Cathedral Visit

Discover the heart of Naples and its rich artistic influences on this guided walking tour. Learn about how the city evolved throughout the Greek and Roman ages. Stroll through the streets of the historic center and visit the Spaccanapoli, the city’s narrow main street. In the historic center, take the opportunity to enter a local artisan shop to learn about the tradition of handcrafted statues of the nativity. This tradition, called Presepe, is a deeply-held tradition most popular around Christmas time that dates back to 1,000 years ago.  Next, explore the Naples Cathedral, also known as the Cathedral of Saint Januarius in honor of the city's patron saint. Be fascinated by the history of Saint Januarius and the liquefaction of his blood, which takes place annually.

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4.3 / 5

based on 1,125 reviews

A fantastic way to see the sights of Naples. My husband and I did this with our 19 & 17 year old & we all really enjoyed it. Great to view the narrow cobbled hub of Naples , head down to the coast with amazing views of Vesuvius & Pompeii. Heading up the hill on e-bikes was brilliant & a stop for a coffee to enjoy the views. Our guide Joe was brilliant and providing us with an overview of the history and culture of Naples. The e- bikes were in great condition too. Well worth doing this tour.

We had an amazing time with this e-bike tour of Naples, with beautiful views of Naples. From Ricardo who helped to organize the trip, to Fulvio who led us on the tour, everyone was so friendly and energetic. We even stopped by a gelato place for a yummy snack. Ricardo and Fulvio told us about some of the important sites and Naples, gave us good tips, and told us about life as a Neapolitan. The e-bikes were really fun to rides. We are so glad we decided to book this tour!

This was an awesome experience! What a great way to see the beautiful city of Napoli! Our tour guide was very enthusiastic, welcoming, and charming. Initially, I was nervous to ride amongst traffic and pedestrians, but after awhile, I felt safe navigating through the city. Highly recommend!

Fantastic tour and guide. Best company to go with for sure. Thanks Giuseppe

Simply practical because you can get on and off wherever you like.