Naples, the capital of Southern Italy, the city of Vesuvius, the homeland of pizza, the protégé of San Gennaro is difficult to tell. There are too many nuances, details, contradictions that need to be taken into account. It is no coincidence, therefore, that to try to understand the city we turn more often to art, poetry and music. For example, the famous "Napul è" by Pino Daniele, a song that alone is worth thousands of books dedicated to the city. In short, Naples is a challenge. Above all, Naples is beautiful. More than telling it, therefore, we can only advise you to live it.

The subsoil of Naples is crossed by a large network of tunnels, tunnels and aqueducts, some of which can still be visited today.
"Underground Naples" is the most famous route (not the only one) in the subsoil of Naples. A guided tour into the bowels of the city to discover the Greek, Roman influences and, above all, to relive the tragic days of the Second World War.
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Piazza del Plebiscito is one of the most beautiful and characteristic squares in Naples, symbol of the annexation of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies to the Kingdom of Sardinia.

Piazza del Plebiscito has a particular shape. Its structure is half semicircular and half rectangular located between the seafront and via Toledo (reachable by underground line 1), the square is 25,000 square meters wide. for this reason it is often used as a location for large events, such as concerts or fairs.


Nearby there is obviously much more to see: there is San Gregorio Armeno, the street of the shepherds; there is the Archaeological museum; there is of course the cathedral.

Before visiting the latter, however, it is necessary (more, MANDATORY), to stop and eat a pizza. The addresses are really many, and many of them make the headlines for the visits of the most famous characters in history.