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A Walk Through Old Naples

 

 

Overview:

Discover the old historical district of Naples through this family-friendly privately guided tour.

 

Description:

Meet your private, fully-licensed guide at the foot of the Cathedral of Naples and let him/her take you through the narrow and animated streets of the city in search of its most iconic highlights and best kept secrets.
After a visit of the Cathedral of Naples and learning about the miracle of the city’s patron saint of Naples, Saint Januarius, follow your guide as he/she takes you to via San Gregorio Armeno, a small street famed for the many shops selling representations of the nativity scene (and other popular characters).
After a quick look at these curiosities, your guide will take you in the underground ruins of a 2000-year-old Roman market, and then continue to the Cappella Sansevero where you will discover the beautiful statue of the Veiled Christ by Giuseppe Sanmartino. The guide will then take you to Piazza San Dominico, and point out several interesting curiosities on the way. The tour finished at Santa Chiara Convent, with its beautiful, colored ceramics in the cloister.
To keep the children engaged throughout the tour, they will each have a fun-filled game booklet. A stop in one of the many delicious local pastries is also included in this family-friendly experience.

 

Key Benefits:

  • The Cathedral of Naples (and the miracle of Saint Januarius)
  • Via San Gregorio Armeno
  • Neapolis Sotterrata, the underground ruins of a ancient Roman market
  • The Cappella Sansevero and its statue of the Veiled Christ
  • Piazza San Dominico
  • The Santa Chiara Convent

 

Price per family (6 people max)

 €585

Book this activity

Duration of the activity 3 hours
Minimum age 6 years
What is included:

– A private, fully licensed guide who knows how to keep the children engaged
– Entrance to the Cathedral, Neapolis Sotterrata, Sansevero and Santa Chiara Convent
– A snack and drinks in a local pastry shop
– A game booklet and a gift for each child