I grew up in Naples but I can't say that I have seen all there is to see in the historic center. First of all it is very large, a city within the city. You can spend an entire day just walking through the narrow streets without stopping at any of the numerous churches or historic buildings. The layout of the old city is unchanged from Greek times. You can find churches built on roman temples recycling the marble and columns, or buildings with roman basement and medieval upper floors. But the historic center is not a dead city, quite the opposite. It is called the belly of Naples, where you can experience the humanity and vitality of the city. Chaos is around you. The streets remind me of a middle eastern bazaar. You can shop for art, books or souvenirs. One word of advice: hold on your purse. You don't want a pickpocket to ruin your visit.
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