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This part of Naples is full of crowded, colorful alleys full of shops, plastic rosaries, fresh seafood and famous artisan workshops specializing in the city's famous nativity scenes. The street officially starts at Piazza Gesù Nuovo
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When you are in Naples this is the stroll you must take. I think that taking a walk along this vibrant, colorful, populous street makes you understand better the soul of this gorgeous city. Literally translated “spaccanapoli” means that it cuts Naples in two. It’s...More
My favourite part of Napoli.The beautiful Spacanapoli with its long steep streets and little shops filled with intricately carved nativity scenes.Colourful,bustling.More stunning ancient churches than ive ever seen.An assault on the senses.Totally unique to Naples.A must see for visitors.Stop and enjoy a cold beer and...More
I've been to Naples a few times, it's my favourite city. One this visit I was staying on corso Umberto just down from Forcella, the start of Spaccanapoli was just a few minutes away going off via Duomo. Spaccanapoli itself has many pizzarias and souvenir...More
The narrow and crowded streets of this old part of Naples is worth squeezing through just for the feel of it all and the vibe but watch your pockets. Lots of shops and churches cheek by jowl, the churches often in states of disrepair.
Spaccanapoli is a main street in the historic centre of Napoli. It's just fun to walk along the crowded lane and observe the street life (the same can be said of much of Napoli): the vespas (motor bikes), the street vendors, the lovers, the tourists,...More
Do not take a tour!
Just go, walk, enjoy!
Big groups don’t work on this mostly pedestrian area.
We felt safe & had a taste of real Southern Italy life.
Lots of beautiful churches, cafes, gelato!
Go for it!!!!