Naples in One Day Tour

Make the best out of your time in Naples and explore the City Center and the Archaeological Museum!
Pick up at your hotel
Kids pay half price!

Duration

about 7 hours

Skip-the-line tickets

Pick up at your hotel

Great photo stops

Professional Guides

Activity level

moderate

Sights Included

Naples City Center Walk
– Spaccanapoli
– San Gregorio Armeno with its nativities
– Via dei Tribunali
– Piazzetta Nilo
Sansevero Chapel and its alchemical mysteries
– Veiled Christ by Sanmartino
– “Anatomical Machines”
– “Disillusion” statue
Archaeological Museum
– Farnese Bull
– Mosaic of Alexander
– Pompeii Frescoes

Tour Description

Our Naples in One Day Tour is a full-day exploration of the most charming Italian city.

Naples is simply magic. It has a special energy that you can perceive in the people, in the architecture, in the lifestyle.

Also, Naples has a gargantuan cultural heritage – comparable to Rome or Florence – nestled in an enchanted landscape.

A common saying is: Paris was made pretty by men; Naples, by God.

Can you see all of Naples in one day? Of course not. But, if you book our Naples in One Day tour, you will have a professional, local guide who will show you many of the city highlights, and help you make the most out of the limited time you have in this gorgeous city.

1. City Center Walk

The first part of the tour will take place in the historical center, one of the most picturesque parts of Naples. 

Your guide will introduce you to the long history of the city, which was founded by Greek settlers almost 750 years ago. 

While walking through the small streets of the Centro Storico, you will see dozens of pizzerias (pizza is definitely the greatest Neapolitan invention), bars, old shops, but also richly decorated churches, monumental palaces, and rare archaeological artifacts. 

You will visit via di San Gregorio Armeno, worldwide famous for being the district where local craftsmen design and make home-made nativities. 

Then, it’ll be time to discover the mysterious side of Naples. Our Naples in One Day Tour includes also skip-the-line access to the Sansevero Chapel and museum. 

- The Sansevero Chapel

This is a very unique place. The Chapel was commissioned by Prince Raimondo di Sangro, who had a deep passion for alchemy and performed weird experiments. 

He commissioned one of the most famous and moving statues in Italy: the Veiled Christ by Sanmartino. 

In the Sansevero Chapel Museum, you will also see creepy anatomical machines. Are these just sculptures made by an extremely talented artist? Or did the Prince, thanks to his alchemical knowledge, really discover a liquid that could petrify human blood? 

Naples is also one of the world’s food capitals. Your guide will recommend you a good restaurant where you can try some delicious pizza, pasta, or another of the world-famous Neapolitan dishes. 

2. National Archaeological Museum

Then, your Naples in a day tour will continue with a visit to the National Archaeological Museum. 

This is one of the most important and biggest archaeological museums in the world. 

Inside, you will see many wall paintings from Pompeii,  moved here so that they could be better preserved. Also, the Museum collection hosts many ancient masterpieces, such as the Ercole Farnese, the gigantic Farnese Bull, and the Battle of Alexander and Darius, probably the most famous mosaic in the world. 

Let the charm of Naples seduce you. Book our Naples in One Day tour and let the experts unveil this hectic southern metropolis for you. 

*The order of the sights visited might change

The first part of the tour will take place in the historical center, one of the most picturesque parts of Naples. 

Your guide will introduce you to the long history of the city, which was founded by Greek settlers almost 750 years ago. 

While walking through the small streets of the Centro Storico, you will see dozens of pizzerias (pizza is definitely the greatest Neapolitan invention), bars, old shops, but also richly decorated churches, monumental palaces, and rare archaeological artifacts. 

You will visit via di San Gregorio Armeno, worldwide famous for being the district where local craftsmen design and make home-made nativities. 

Your guide will take you to the gorgeous Santa Chiara Basilica and cloister, which boasts colorful decorations with Majolica tiles. 

Then, it’ll be time to discover the mysterious side of Naples. Our Naples in One Day Tour includes also skip-the-line access to the Sansevero Chapel and museum. 

IMPORTANT INFO!

Pick-up at your hotel is included only if your hotel is within the Pick-Up areaIf you’re staying outside the pick-up area, let us know and we’ll find the best solution for you. 

You MUST bring an ID, a passport or a driver’s license to enter the sights.

Pricing
699 € for 1 person
89 € per additional adult
44 € per additional kid under 18
What's included
Skip-the-line tickets
Pick-up at your hotel

if within the pick-up area

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