Naples City Center private tour

Discover the most picturesque Italian city with an engaging, professional guide

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What’s included

First-class tour with a private guide

Skip-the-line tickets for the Sansevero Chapel

Flexible Starting Time

Fluent English Speaking guides with a background in archaeology, history and art

Photo stops at the most popular sights

Highlights

TOUR DESCRIPTION

Explore the most charming Italian city with us. Nestled in a spectacular gulf between the sea and the Vesuvius, Naples is a truly vulcanic metropolis that will overwhelm you with its beauty, charm, and authenticity.

In Naples, narrow and dark alleys lead to majestic baroque piazzas surrounded by monumental buildings, and in no time you walk from the hectic heart of the city to the lovely seaside.

During our Naples tour you'll explore the most picturesque streets and squares in the city center. You'll see Spaccanapoli, via dei Tribunali, Piazza del Gesù, and some of the most beautiful churches like Santa Chiara Monastery and the Duomo. You'll discover San Gregorio Armeno, where you can see the shops owned by local craftsmen who create the worldwide famous hand-made figurines and nativities. Your guide will lead you through Naples' maze, and he'll tell you about the incredible history of this charming city: the foundation by the Greeks, the Roman conquest, then the Normand, French and Spanish domination from the Middle Ages to the 1800s. You'll learn about the picturesque local culture, the superstitions, and the uncountable legends that make Naples unforgettable.

The highlight of your Naples tour will be the famous Sansevero Chapel, built by the Prince Raimondo di Sangro. The Chapel is a truly unique place: Raimondo was an eccentric alchemist, an intellectual and academic who secretly did his experiments in the basement of his palace; right next to it there's the family chapel, where many of his relatives were buried. Here, you can admire the most famous and moving statue in Naples: the Veiled Christ by Giuseppe Sanmartino. The Sansevero chapel hosts also the mysterious “anatomical machines”, which the legend says were the result of Raimondo's alchemical experiments and witcheries.

Naples is also a “delicious” city! This is where pizza, espresso, and many other Italian signature dishes have been invented! During your Naples tour, your guide will happily give you advice about where to get an amazing coffee and a “sfogliatella” - the most traditional Neapolitan pastry - and he'll recommend you where you can find the best pizza in town.

Don't miss the chance to discover this wonderful metropolis with an informative, entertaining guide, who will be happy to unveil the secrets of Naples just for you.

Sights Included

Sansevero Chapel
Veiled Christ
“Anatomical machines”
Spaccanapoli Area
Via dei Tribunali, San Biagio dei Librai
San Gregorio Armeno nativity workshops
Beautiful Churches
Santa Chiara Monastery
Duomo
Lovely Piazzas
Piazza del Gesù
Piazza San Domenico

Tour Itinerary

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Price:

250 € up to 2 people, 30 € per each additional adult.
Students under 25 pay only 15 € each.
Tickets are extra, but we'll get them for you.
Ticket price: 8.00 € for the adults over 25 years old, 5 € for students under 25 years old.

If you're not staying in Naples but want pick up and drop off at your hotel, send us an email and we'll arrange transportation for you.   

*Pick up is included only if you’re staying within the pick up area. If your hotel is not in the pick up area, we will find the best solution to accommodate your needs.  Click here to see the free pick up area 

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