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During this tour, you will have the opportunity to visit different areas of Napoli: the very popular Rione Sanità and the local market, the historic center and the Decumani area. We'll educate you about how the...read more
Not far from the historic center of Naples is one of the most fascinating places in the city, it is the Fontanelle Cemetery. The cemetery was built inside an ancient tuff quarry when in 1656, because of the Plague,...read more
A tour to discover the Vergini-Sanità district and its cultural heritage that ranges between art, history and beliefs rooted in the territory. We will visit the evocative Fontanelle Cemetery, which houses around...read more
A walk inside one of the most colorful and folkloristic districts of the city: the Rione Sanità, where the famous actor loved all over the world was born, Antonio De Curtis in art Totò. Starting from the Fontanelle...read more
The tour will begin from the Fontanelle Cemetery, built in an ancient tuff quarry and in which, still today it is possible to learn more about the relationship between Neapolitan people and death. In this place...read more
Because of these characteristics, the centuries-old relationship between man and death is still strong and tangible, as evidenced by places of unique charm such as the Fontanelle Cemetery. Walking through the Rione...read more
The Mater Dei district houses one of the city's jewels of the city, the Fontanelle Cemetery, which was carved out of a natural tufa cave just outside the walls of the Greco-Roman city. The cave was used as a...read more
Our journey will start from the Metro Materdei stop,one of the so-called "MetroArte" stations. We will start from the Cemetery of the Fontanelle. The large amount of human remains and skulls will leave you...read more