Naples Honeymoon Activities

THE 10 BEST Honeymoon Things to Do in Naples

Best Naples Honeymoon Activities

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  • paralias
    Greece19 contributions
    Very impressive statues, amazing details and 5* rating for this. But an expensive admission fee for a visit which can't exceed the 30-45 minutes mark, unless you are an arts expert or sculpture enthusiast. An audioguide would help extend the stay, but makes it an even more expensive experience.
    Written January 29, 2024
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  • Tatiana B
    Sao Paulo, SP11 contributions
    I highly recommend it! An essential visit for anyone who loves history and is curious to explore Naples more deeply. The team of guides is very friendly, and our guide provided us with incredibly interesting information. Don't miss out on this experience.
    Written February 21, 2024
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  • James
    Fleet, UK18 contributions
    Really great tour of the catacombs, our tour guide was great and really knowledgeable and the catacombs are a very interesting historical and religious site
    Written January 15, 2024
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  • Christina K
    3 contributions
    Very interesting history. The tour was on a set schedule and took more than an hour. The tour guides seemed over it. Not the most efficient line/ticketing process.
    Written February 16, 2024
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  • Herbert C
    881 contributions
    This busy alley in the heart of Naples is famous for its artisan shops selling handcrafted “presepe” or Christmas nativity scene. Also known as Naples’ Christmas Alley, this alley can get extremely crowded as quaint shops selling these figurines spill out into the narrow lane and visitors stop on their tracks to admire the various figurines on display. The figurines are no longer confined to the most typical religious Christmas figures, but have evolved to modern secular characters such as butchers, dancers and footballers. Most of these figurines are not cheap given the painstaking efforts to handcraft them, but getting a Nativity figurine set would definitely make for a unique souvenir from Naples.
    Written January 14, 2024
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  • Päivi S
    Ylojarvi, Finland38 contributions
    You should get to know the theater on a guided tour. You can feel the atmosphere of the past while sitting in the stands or in the box.
    Written October 1, 2023
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  • dsnewtime
    B.C.263 contributions
    This beautiful seafront promenade was a delightful surprise to me on my recent short visit to Naples. I walked it for an hour one way, and an hour back. A highlight of my trip.
    Written October 25, 2023
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  • Tommo
    Melbourne, Australia50,301 contributions
    We visited Santa Chiara which is a religious complex whilst on our walking tour.

    The religious complex includes the church of Santa Chiara, a monastery, tombs and an archeological museum. The facade of Santa Chiara is diagonally across from the church of Gesù Nuovo.

    This structure was built in 1313–1340 so a significant historical structure.

    The structure did suffer damage after a fire and after the Allied bombings during World War II.

    It was restorted and completed in 1953.
    Written February 8, 2024
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  • Tommo
    Melbourne, Australia50,301 contributions
    We were introduced to Spaccanapoli by our walking tour guide.

    It is the straight and narrow main street tin the old historic centre of Naples.

    It is the main promenade for tourists and provides access to numerous sights in the area.

    Its an extremely busy area and a very lively and interesting area to explore. We enjoyed the mixed seafood cones on one occasion and some delicious street food pizzas on another.

    Its a must experience street.
    Written January 24, 2024
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  • Tommo
    Melbourne, Australia50,301 contributions
    We visited the Gesù Nuovo (the 'New Jesus') church during our walkling tour of Naples.

    It was a 15th-century palace built in 1470.

    This church was taken over by the Jesuits at the end of the 16th century, and it was completely rebuilt.

    Bombing in World War II caused extensive damage, as one of the bombs went through the ceiling without detonating. The bomb is still in the church today.

    The facade features small pyramids, a style mainly used in the Venetian Renaissance.

    It a church worth visiting and spending some time inside viewing the amazing baroque interior.
    Written February 23, 2024
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  • Alicia B
    3 contributions
    What a night! Beautiful atmosphere and superb music. Best part of our trip to Naples. A lovely intimate setting and excellent staff. A hidden Napoli gem!
    Written February 17, 2024
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  • Szymon J
    3 contributions
    Free admission with ArteCard. A lot of really beautiful views. There isn't much information about the castle itself, but it's worth it.
    Written February 17, 2024
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  • Emma M
    England, UK2 contributions
    I love this place very romantic :) everytime when ai was walking there with my partner I saw a fireworks:) close there it a loot of good restaurant with amazing food :)
    Written September 3, 2023
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  • Ugo P
    6 contributions
    This is a spectacular site. There is tunnel, half a mile long, dug by the slaves of a rich Roman (an impressive engineering feat) that takes you to a site with the rich guy's (Pollio was his name) villa. The gentleman had a private open-air theatre seating 2,000 people, a smaller one where you could see the stage without leaving the comfort of your bedroom, and a good portion of the villa itself. The viwews are spectacular, you can see Pozzuoli on one side and the Vesuvius on the other. The guide, Stefania, was outstanding. Not only she is extremely knowledgeable, but she is also very good at explaininng things at a level that non-specialists like me can understand. I highly recommend a visit. I was there in the morning, but I think that visiting at sunset time must be amazing, as you can see the sun set over Ischia.
    Written December 28, 2023
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  • adaenvacances
    Vienna, Austria45 contributions
    This is so much more than just an ordinary walking tour—it gives in-depth insights not only in the cultural heritage but also in the development of the rione Sanità; the initiatives of the Paranza cooperative are impressive. Anna was a fantastic guide, very sympathetic and well-prepared, who shared knowledge and anecdotes alike, and guided us safely through the pouring rain (so we got a glimpse of the lave dei vergini as well), and I wish I could have stayed until the end of the tour. I will definitely join another tour by Paranza, maybe to revisit the Fontanelle cemetery once it is open again next time.
    Written October 8, 2023
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