Parco Virgiliano A nice park with a stunning view of the surrounding area. It is about half an hour off the city centre, but certainly worth the effort! Not to be confused with the Park in which Virgil’s Tomb is found. Piazza del Gesù and Piazza S.Domenico Maggiore The New Jesuite Church is among the most extravagant Baroque churches in the world! Across the street you will find the Santa Chiara Monastery . It is worth a visit for its beautiful garden decorated with frescos and coulorful columns. If you continue towards S. Domenico Square you will pass by the St Angelo on the Nile Church with its Donatello’s altar. The Sansevero Chapel nearby is also well known for its marble sculptures of veiled figures. Napoli Sotterranea  The ancient Neapolitan aqueduct, 2400 years of history. The tunnels served as shelters during WWII.
Catacombe di San Gennaro Medieval catacombs on Capodimonte hill. Quadreria dei Girolamini A beautiful small picture gallery mainly of Italian Baroque painting and some works of famous De Ribera. Free of charge and just across the street from the Duomo.
Duomo Naples’ main church with two luxurious chapels (one is dedicated to the city’s patron St. Gennaro, liquefying his blood on Septeber 19, the so called Miracle of San Gennaro). Underneath it you can find excavation of a Roman site. Near the duomo you can find the St. Gennaro Treasury Museum, with arts exhibits from the duomo and another heavily frescoed chappel. Pio Monte della Misericordia A church and a picture gallery both belonging to an old charity organisation. The gallery mainly displays a Caravaggio painting and Neapolitan Baroque paintings. Teatro San Carlo Naples’ famous opera house.