Naples Culture, Monuments, Museums, Tours, Exhibitions and Fairs

Naples food culture isn’t the only Naples culture you’ll find, it also has millennia of history that you can see through all the Naples Monuments that are scattered across the city and its surroundings. Naples culture is something that is renown around the world, but sometimes the Naples museums are not promoted as much. If you’re into traveling and have already been to this magnificent city for travels you’re probably well versatile thanks to pages like Naples the Culture trip run down, but you’re with us now and we can bring you on a whole new Naples culture trip.

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The culture of Naples Italy goes back to the Greek era of Magna Grecia with the founding of Cuma, spanning all the way to today’s groove culture Naples bringing out some of the best jazz-funk music in Italy.

For some, the Naples Italy culture shock is pretty strong, but you just have to ease into it and you’ll be jonesing for more and more Naples history and culture. From a variety of Tours in Naples to all the Naples cultural events to the Naples Italy history and culture, you’ll probably never want to leave, even after your studies.

A special shout-out goes to the Naples culture hotel Centro Storico because it’s a central location to all of these places. The hotel culture Naples is really close to the Maschio Angioino one of the most important sites to see, plus at the culture hotel Naples you get to see the beauty of them in two seconds, so don’t forget about the culture hotel Naples Italy.

Now let’s see some of the most important monuments and museums that promote Naples Exhibitions and Fairs and Naples Italy culture. A bit of culture de Naples (remember that Naples was French for a while)

Naples Culture: what to see in Naples

 

09.00 – 19.00 every day Except on Thursday

Piazza del Plebiscito, 1

The historical Royal Palace of Naples was founded in 1919, you’ll get a chance to see some of the most beautiful interior design you ever wished for

 

07.00 – 20.30 Monday to Friday, 07.00 – 21.30 Saturday and Sunday

Viale Virgilio

Unfortunately, the last wave of bad weather in Italy destroy many trees in this beautiful open space but go there to breathe in some fresh air.

 

09.00 – 19.30 Everyday Except Tuesday

Piazza Museo, 19

Why not get enjoy some of the best relics found around Naples, with pieces coming from Pompei, Herculaneum, Cuma, and Pozzuoli.

 

09.00 – 18.30 Monday to Saturday, 09.00 – 14.00 Sunday

Via Eldorado, 3

Born as a Roman Villa when Parthenope was first founded, it passed a variety of changes in uses (villa, monastery, fortress) until it became what it is today.

 

08.30 – 18.30 Monday to Saturday, Closed on Sunday

Via Vittorio Emanuele III

Built by the Angio’ dynasty after conquering Naples from the Svevi, the Maschio Angioino is one of the most important landmarks in Naples.

 

09.00 – 18.30 Everyday Except on Tuesday

Via Francesco de Sanctis, 19/21

An ex-church in the center of Naples, you’ll be able to see the most astonishing baroque architecture in all of Italy.

 

Always Open

Piazza del Plebiscito

Piazza del Plebiscito is one of the most important squares in Naples, it’s oval structure can remind you of Saint Peter’s, but the unique feel you’ll get has nothing to do with the Holy Seal.

 

Always Open

Via San Carlo, 15

If you’ve been thinking about studying in Italy you definitely are familiar with the Gallerias of Milan and Turin, but you’ll be surprised by the beauty of the Gallerie in Naples.

 

Via S. Gregorio Armeno, 1

 

One of the most beautiful churches in the center of Naples, you can find it right after the famous Presepe streets in which you can buy the best-made nativity scene statuettes.

 

10.00 – 18.00 Everyday

Vico S. Anna di Palazzo, 52

Naples isn’t only about the sea and what you can see at sea level, there is a whole area underground that has been created for various reasons, mostly safety during wartime, that you can discover.

 

Via San Carlo, 98

 

Naples biggest and most important Theatre the Teatro di San Carlo holds some of the best classical music and Operas in all of Italy. Check the season to see if there is anything you really want to see.

 

Via Duomo, 147

 

A mix of Baroque and Gothic architecture the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta is the Duomo of Naples. In here you can see the tombs of the Angiò family that ruled over Naples in the XIII century.

 

9.00 – 19.30 Monday to Friday, 08.30 – 19.30 Saturday & Sunday

Via Villa dei Misteri, 2, 80045 Pompei NA

Everyone has heard of Pompei somehow, from tv or from friends, now if you’re in Naples for your studies you can hop on a bus or a train and finally see one of the biggest archeological sites in the world.

 

09.00 – 18.20 Everyday

80078 Bacoli NA

Not as famous as Pompei, the Cuma archeological site dates back to the pre-roman era and is believed to have been the birthplace of the Cumani, Greek settlers that are considered to be founders of Naples.