Fiorentini Residene, for over 15 years your residence in the heart of Naples

Where to find us and what to see right around the corner

Medina skyscraper
Built in the years 1954-1957, with its 100 meters on 33 floors in reinforced concrete, it was the first example of modern building in Naples. Well before the birth of the Centro Direzionale, it was the first skyscraper in Naples, the first true symbol of a city facing the future, which today stands out on the panorama from many points in the city. Due to its unique characteristics it has often been chosen as a movie set: by Francesco Rosi, Vittorio De Sica and Pino Daniele, for the video clip of the song “Anema e Core”, entirely shot on the roof. The proximity to the offices of the Naples Police Headquarters also makes the area particularly safe for tourists and citizens. Located on the seventh floor, it is accessible by free lift.
Toledo Metro Station in Naples
YOUR HOLIDAY HUB
Whether you are in Naples on holiday or business, nearby the Fiorentini residence you can find several must-see places of the city for your first real Neapolitan walk. We suggest some “around the corner” beauties, with distances and travel times. Fiorentini Residence is also less than 5 minutes’ walk from three underground stops: Toledo, Municipio and Università. Among these, the Toledo station, designed by the Spanish architect Óscar Tusquets, is “Europe’s most beautiful metro station” according to the British newspaper The Daily Telegraph and the CNN ranking.

Distances and journey times on foot from the Fiorentini Residence
Toledo stop: 300 meters / 4 minutes
Municipio stop: 300 meters / 4 minutes
Università stop: 400 meters / 5 minutes
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NAPLES, OBLIQUE CITY
Via Toledo has always been one of the “shopping streets” and the main artery of Naples. On this road countless historic buildings, churches, shops and roads branch off leading to the characteristic Spanish Quarters, today redeveloped and full of cultural and social activities. The Fiorentini Residence is also close to the three funiculars that link the centre to the hill towards the Vomero district, another pulsating heart of the city. Discover this fascinating and fast means of transport.

Distances and journey times on foot from the Fiorentini Residence
Central Funicular: 750 meters / 10 minutes
Montesanto Funicular: 750 meters / 10 minutes
Chiaia Funicular: 2 km / 30 minutes
CASTEL NUOVO
Also known as Maschio Angioino, it is a historic medieval and Renaissance castle, as well as one of the symbols of the city of Naples. Evocative is the triumphal arch of marble that can be admired from the outside - between the so-called towers “di Mezzo” and “di Guardia” - which was erected to celebrate the memory of the entry of King Alfonso into the capital, the latter carved at the highest point of the arch.

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 500 meters
Walking time: 6 minutes
GALLERIA UMBERTO I
The splendid monumental Gallery, twin of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan, was built in the 19th century in the characteristic liberty style in iron and glass, with polychrome marble flooring. It has four entrances of which we invite you to discover the different panoramas. Two curiosities: its dimensions are slightly smaller than the Milanese model (175 meters long against 196) but its dome is higher (57 meters, 10 more than the Milanese model). Another curiosity about the Gallery: for fifty years it has hosted the “sciuscià” (Neapolitanization of the American “shoeshine”), the shoe shiners of the city of Naples recounted by post-war cinema.

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 600 meters
Walking time: 8 minutes
Piazza del Gesù Nuovo
The square is dominated by the monumental church of the same name, characterized by the obelisk and an ashlar façade with diamond-tipped piperno stones, one of the rare cases in Italy. In the church you can admire one of the finest examples of Neapolitan Baroque, with its furnishings and its marbles. A particularity of the church regards the presence of a miraculously unexploded bomb of the Second World War, which is today exposed to the public.

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 600 meters
Walking time: 8 minutes
CHURCH AND CLOISTER OF SANTA CHIARA
In the suggestive Spaccanapoli street, there is the Complex of Santa Chiara, which represents a must-see stop in the city, along with the Basilica, the four monumental cloisters, the Archaeological Excavations and the Museum of the Opera with part of Giotto’s frescoes. The famous Cloister Maiolicato delle Clarisse with its marvellous 18th century majolica, baroque frescoes, and interior architecture, is one of the most precious hidden treasures of the city.

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 700 meters
Walking time: 9 minutes
Il Teatro San Carlo
As Stendhal wrote in 1817: “... There is nothing in all of Europe, which I do not say comes close to this theatre, but gives a faint idea of it. The eyes are dazzled, the soul kidnapped ...”. This quote gives you an idea of the majesty of the opera house par excellence, among the oldest opera houses, closed but still active, in Europe and the world. Founded in 1737, it is the largest Italian theatre on the peninsula. Given its size, structure and antiquity, it was a model for the subsequent theatres of Europe. Simply unique, a must-see.

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 700 meters
Walking time: 10 minutes
Piazza del Plebiscito
The imposing Piazza del Plebiscito is one of the many symbols of Naples as well as one of the largest squares in Italy. You can’t help but gaze from the Royal Palace to the colonnade of the Church of San Francesco di Paola, to the top of its dome. Looking a little further up, you will see the Vomero hill, recognizable by Castel Sant’Elmo and the Charterhouse of San Martino. Adjacent to the square is the “Fontana del carciofo” and the Church of the Artists in Piazza Trieste e Trento, which overlook the National Library and the San Carlo Opera House. In short ... you will feel at home!

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 850 meters
Walking time: 11 minutes
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Gran Caffè Gambrinus
Founded in 1860, it is a historic venue located in Via Chiaia, on the corner of Piazza del Plebiscito. It is one of the top ten Cafés in Italy and is part of the Association of Historical Places. Decorated in Art Nouveau style, it preserves stuccoes, statues and paintings from the late 19th century and the work of Neapolitan artists; we suggest you to browse in the rooms to admire the furnishings and the delicious glass chandeliers. From the second half of the 19th century, the Gran Caffè Gambrinus gave birth to the practice of “suspended coffee” which consists in paying for a coffee for poor people who cannot afford it.

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 850 meters
Walking time: 11 minutes
Facciata palazzo reale
ROYAL PALACE
Historic building in the heart of Naples, it was built from the 1600s, to reach its definitive appearance in 1858. After more than three years of restoration, the sculptures commissioned in 1888 by King Umberto I were visible again. Discover them while walking along the 169 meters of the façade, where you can admire the eight rulers who represent: Ruggiero the Norman, Frederick II of Swabia, Charles I of Anjou, Alfonso V of Aragon, Charles V of Habsburg, Charles III of Spain, Joachim Murat and finally Victor Emmanuel II. Our advice is to carve out a couple of hours for a visit to the Royal apartments, with the Throne Room and the newly restored Hanging Gardens.

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 850 meters
Walking time: 11 minutes
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Napoli sotterranea
Underground Naples is the hidden part of Naples and is one of the top 10 things to see in the city. Today many underground tourist routes have been recovered, from the Bourbon Tunnel to the Sacred Mile, to the Catacombs of San Gennaro. In some churches of via dei Tribunali the Greek and Roman stratification is visible and every descent into the bowels of Naples is as fascinating as its part in the sunlight. We suggest the “classic route”, with access from Piazza San Gaetano in Via dei Tribunali.

Distance from Fiorentini Residence: 1.3 km
Walking time: 16 minutes (or Dante stop, line 1)
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MANN, NATIONAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM
The very central historic museum MANN is among the most important in the city of Naples. In its 12650 square meters of total exhibition area, it boasts the richest and most valuable heritage of works of art and artefacts of archaeological interest in Italy. It consists of three main sections: The Farnese Collection (sculptures, busts and gems from Rome and surroundings), the Pompeian Collections (artefacts from the Vesuvius area, with the delightful mosaics and works of the Secret Cabinet) and the Egyptian collection, which ranks third in the world in importance after the Egyptian museum in Cairo and the Egyptian museum in Turin.

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 1.4 km
Walking time: 18 minutes (or Metro Museum)
SANSEVERO CHAPEL
This treasure hidden in the heart of Naples, is among the most suggestive places in the city. This now deconsecrated church is adjacent to the family palace of the princes of Sansevero, who commissioned and designed the 18th century artistic apparatus of the chapel. In the chapel there are three masterpieces of sculpture that deserve a visit among which the “Veiled Christ” by Giuseppe Sanmartino stands out, but also numerous other works of fine workmanship, such as the “anatomical machines”, two totally stripped bodies where it is possible to observe, in great detail, the entire circulatory system.

Distance from Fiorentini Residence: 1 km
Walking time: 13 minutes (or Metro Dante)
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SAN GREGORIO ARMENO
In San Gregorio Armeno it is Christmas all year round! You can always see the masters at work in building the typical nativity scenes and terracotta shepherds, cared for in every detail, artfully painted and dressed in hand-sewn little dresses. Walking in these alleys, discovering the poetry of terracotta faces and talking with these artisans is a journey into the Neapolitan tradition and their proverbial kindness, a tribute to slowness and the pleasure of socializing.

Distance from Fiorentini Residence: 1.3 km
Walking time: 15 minutes (or Metro Dante)
AL CENTRO DELLA TUA VACANZA
Whether you are in Naples on holiday or business, nearby the Fiorentini residence you can find several must-see places of the city for your first real Neapolitan walk. We suggest some “around the corner” beauties, with distances and travel times. Fiorentini Residence is also less than 5 minutes’ walk from three underground stops: Toledo, Municipio and Università. Among these, the Toledo station, designed by the Spanish architect Óscar Tusquets, is “Europe’s most beautiful metro station” according to the British newspaper The Daily Telegraph and the CNN ranking.

Distances and journey times on foot from the Fiorentini Residence
Toledo stop: 300 meters / 4 minutes
Municipio stop: 300 meters / 4 minutes
Università stop: 400 meters / 5 minutes
NAPLES, OBLIQUE CITY
Via Toledo has always been one of the “shopping streets” and the main artery of Naples. On this road countless historic buildings, churches, shops and roads branch off leading to the characteristic Spanish Quarters, today redeveloped and full of cultural and social activities. The Fiorentini Residence is also close to the three funiculars that link the centre to the hill towards the Vomero district, another pulsating heart of the city. Discover this fascinating and fast means of transport.

Distances and journey times on foot from the Fiorentini Residence
Central Funicular: 750 meters / 10 minutes
Montesanto Funicular: 750 meters / 10 minutes
Chiaia Funicular: 2 km / 30 minutes
CASTEL NUOVO
Also known as Maschio Angioino, it is a historic medieval and Renaissance castle, as well as one of the symbols of the city of Naples. Evocative is the triumphal arch of marble that can be admired from the outside - between the so-called towers “di Mezzo” and “di Guardia” - which was erected to celebrate the memory of the entry of King Alfonso into the capital, the latter carved at the highest point of the arch.

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 500 meters
Walking time: 6 minutes
GALLERIA UMBERTO I
The splendid monumental Gallery, twin of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan, was built in the 19th century in the characteristic liberty style in iron and glass, with polychrome marble flooring. It has four entrances of which we invite you to discover the different panoramas. Two curiosities: its dimensions are slightly smaller than the Milanese model (175 meters long against 196) but its dome is higher (57 meters, 10 more than the Milanese model). Another curiosity about the Gallery: for fifty years it has hosted the “sciuscià” (Neapolitanization of the American “shoeshine”), the shoe shiners of the city of Naples recounted by post-war cinema.

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 600 meters
Walking time: 8 minutes
Piazza del Gesù Nuovo
The square is dominated by the monumental church of the same name, characterized by the obelisk and an ashlar façade with diamond-tipped piperno stones, one of the rare cases in Italy. In the church you can admire one of the finest examples of Neapolitan Baroque, with its furnishings and its marbles. A particularity of the church regards the presence of a miraculously unexploded bomb of the Second World War, which is today exposed to the public.

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 600 meters
Walking time: 8 minutes
CHURCH AND CLOISTER OF SANTA CHIARA
In the suggestive Spaccanapoli street, there is the Complex of Santa Chiara, which represents a must-see stop in the city, along with the Basilica, the four monumental cloisters, the Archaeological Excavations and the Museum of the Opera with part of Giotto’s frescoes. The famous Cloister Maiolicato delle Clarisse with its marvellous 18th century majolica, baroque frescoes, and interior architecture, is one of the most precious hidden treasures of the city.

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 700 meters
Walking time: 9 minutes
Il Teatro San Carlo
As Stendhal wrote in 1817: “... There is nothing in all of Europe, which I do not say comes close to this theatre, but gives a faint idea of it. The eyes are dazzled, the soul kidnapped ...”. This quote gives you an idea of the majesty of the opera house par excellence, among the oldest opera houses, closed but still active, in Europe and the world. Founded in 1737, it is the largest Italian theatre on the peninsula. Given its size, structure and antiquity, it was a model for the subsequent theatres of Europe. Simply unique, a must-see.

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 700 meters
Walking time: 10 minutes
Piazza del Plebiscito
The imposing Piazza del Plebiscito is one of the many symbols of Naples as well as one of the largest squares in Italy. You can’t help but gaze from the Royal Palace to the colonnade of the Church of San Francesco di Paola, to the top of its dome. Looking a little further up, you will see the Vomero hill, recognizable by Castel Sant’Elmo and the Charterhouse of San Martino. Adjacent to the square is the “Fontana del carciofo” and the Church of the Artists in Piazza Trieste e Trento, which overlook the National Library and the San Carlo Opera House. In short ... you will feel at home!

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 850 meters
Walking time: 11 minutes
Gran Caffè Gambrinus
Founded in 1860, it is a historic venue located in Via Chiaia, on the corner of Piazza del Plebiscito. It is one of the top ten Cafés in Italy and is part of the Association of Historical Places. Decorated in Art Nouveau style, it preserves stuccoes, statues and paintings from the late 19th century and the work of Neapolitan artists; we suggest you to browse in the rooms to admire the furnishings and the delicious glass chandeliers. From the second half of the 19th century, the Gran Caffè Gambrinus gave birth to the practice of “suspended coffee” which consists in paying for a coffee for poor people who cannot afford it.

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 850 meters
Walking time: 11 minutes
ROYAL PALACE
Historic building in the heart of Naples, it was built from the 1600s, to reach its definitive appearance in 1858. After more than three years of restoration, the sculptures commissioned in 1888 by King Umberto I were visible again. Discover them while walking along the 169 meters of the façade, where you can admire the eight rulers who represent: Ruggiero the Norman, Frederick II of Swabia, Charles I of Anjou, Alfonso V of Aragon, Charles V of Habsburg, Charles III of Spain, Joachim Murat and finally Victor Emmanuel II. Our advice is to carve out a couple of hours for a visit to the Royal apartments, with the Throne Room and the newly restored Hanging Gardens.

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 850 meters
Walking time: 11 minutes
Napoli sotterranea
Underground Naples is the hidden part of Naples and is one of the top 10 things to see in the city. Today many underground tourist routes have been recovered, from the Bourbon Tunnel to the Sacred Mile, to the Catacombs of San Gennaro. In some churches of via dei Tribunali the Greek and Roman stratification is visible and every descent into the bowels of Naples is as fascinating as its part in the sunlight. We suggest the “classic route”, with access from Piazza San Gaetano in Via dei Tribunali.

Distance from Fiorentini Residence: 1.3 km
Walking time: 16 minutes (or Dante stop, line 1)
MANN, NATIONAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM
The very central historic museum MANN is among the most important in the city of Naples. In its 12650 square meters of total exhibition area, it boasts the richest and most valuable heritage of works of art and artefacts of archaeological interest in Italy. It consists of three main sections: The Farnese Collection (sculptures, busts and gems from Rome and surroundings), the Pompeian Collections (artefacts from the Vesuvius area, with the delightful mosaics and works of the Secret Cabinet) and the Egyptian collection, which ranks third in the world in importance after the Egyptian museum in Cairo and the Egyptian museum in Turin.

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 1.4 km
Walking time: 18 minutes (or Metro Museum)
SANSEVERO CHAPEL
This treasure hidden in the heart of Naples, is among the most suggestive places in the city. This now deconsecrated church is adjacent to the family palace of the princes of Sansevero, who commissioned and designed the 18th century artistic apparatus of the chapel. In the chapel there are three masterpieces of sculpture that deserve a visit among which the “Veiled Christ” by Giuseppe Sanmartino stands out, but also numerous other works of fine workmanship, such as the “anatomical machines”, two totally stripped bodies where it is possible to observe, in great detail, the entire circulatory system.

Distance from Fiorentini Residence: 1 km
Walking time: 13 minutes (or Metro Dante)
SAN GREGORIO ARMENO
In San Gregorio Armeno it is Christmas all year round! You can always see the masters at work in building the typical nativity scenes and terracotta shepherds, cared for in every detail, artfully painted and dressed in hand-sewn little dresses. Walking in these alleys, discovering the poetry of terracotta faces and talking with these artisans is a journey into the Neapolitan tradition and their proverbial kindness, a tribute to slowness and the pleasure of socializing.

Distance from Fiorentini Residence: 1.3 km
Walking time: 15 minutes (or Metro Dante)
Medina skyscraper
Built in 1954-1957, with its 100 meters and 33 floors in reinforced concrete, it was the first example of modern building in Naples. Well before the birth of the Centro Direzionale, it was the first skyscraper in Naples, the first true symbol of a city facing the future, which today stands out on the panorama from many points in the city. Due to its unique characteristics it has often been chosen as a movie set: by Francesco Rosi, Vittorio De Sica and Pino Daniele, for the video clip of the song “Anema e Core”, entirely shot on the roof. The proximity to the offices of the Naples Police Headquarters also makes the area particularly safe for tourists and citizens. Located on the seventh floor, it is accessible by free lift.
AL CENTRO DELLA TUA VACANZA
Whether you are in Naples on holiday or business, nearby the Fiorentini residence you can find several must-see places of the city for your first real Neapolitan walk. We suggest some “around the corner” beauties, with distances and travel times. Fiorentini Residence is also less than 5 minutes’ walk from three underground stops: Toledo, Municipio and Università. Among these, the Toledo station, designed by the Spanish architect Óscar Tusquets, is “Europe’s most beautiful metro station” according to the British newspaper The Daily Telegraph and the CNN ranking.

Distances and journey times on foot from the Fiorentini Residence
Toledo stop: 300 meters / 4 minutes
Municipio stop: 300 meters / 4 minutes
Università stop: 400 meters / 5 minutes
NAPLES, OBLIQUE CITY
Via Toledo has always been one of the “shopping streets” and the main artery of Naples. On this road countless historic buildings, churches, shops and roads branch off leading to the characteristic Spanish Quarters, today redeveloped and full of cultural and social activities. The Fiorentini Residence is also close to the three funiculars that link the centre to the hill towards the Vomero district, another pulsating heart of the city. Discover this fascinating and fast means of transport.

Distances and journey times on foot from the Fiorentini Residence
Central Funicular: 750 meters / 10 minutes
Montesanto Funicular: 750 meters / 10 minutes
Chiaia Funicular: 2 km / 30 minutes
CASTEL NUOVO
Also known as Maschio Angioino, it is a historic medieval and Renaissance castle, as well as one of the symbols of the city of Naples. Evocative is the triumphal arch of marble that can be admired from the outside - between the so-called towers “di Mezzo” and “di Guardia” - which was erected to celebrate the memory of the entry of King Alfonso into the capital, the latter carved at the highest point of the arch.

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 500 meters
Walking time: 6 minutes
GALLERIA UMBERTO I
The splendid monumental Gallery, twin of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan, was built in the 19th century in the characteristic liberty style in iron and glass, with polychrome marble flooring. It has four entrances of which we invite you to discover the different panoramas. Two curiosities: its dimensions are slightly smaller than the Milanese model (175 meters long against 196) but its dome is higher (57 meters, 10 more than the Milanese model). Another curiosity about the Gallery: for fifty years it has hosted the “sciuscià” (Neapolitanization of the American “shoeshine”), the shoe shiners of the city of Naples recounted by post-war cinema.

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 600 meters
Walking time: 8 minutes
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Piazza del Gesù Nuovo
The square is dominated by the monumental church of the same name, characterized by the obelisk and an ashlar façade with diamond-tipped piperno stones, one of the rare cases in Italy. In the church you can admire one of the finest examples of Neapolitan Baroque, with its furnishings and its marbles. A particularity of the church regards the presence of a miraculously unexploded bomb of the Second World War, which is today exposed to the public.

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 600 meters
Walking time: 8 minutes
CHURCH AND CLOISTER OF SANTA CHIARA
In the suggestive Spaccanapoli street, there is the Complex of Santa Chiara, which represents a must-see stop in the city, along with the Basilica, the four monumental cloisters, the Archaeological Excavations and the Museum of the Opera with part of Giotto’s frescoes. The famous Cloister Maiolicato delle Clarisse with its marvellous 18th century majolica, baroque frescoes, and interior architecture, is one of the most precious hidden treasures of the city.

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 700 meters
Walking time: 9 minutes
Il Teatro San Carlo
As Stendhal wrote in 1817: “... There is nothing in all of Europe, which I do not say comes close to this theatre, but gives a faint idea of it. The eyes are dazzled, the soul kidnapped ...”. This quote gives you an idea of the majesty of the opera house par excellence, among the oldest opera houses, closed but still active, in Europe and the world. Founded in 1737, it is the largest Italian theatre on the peninsula. Given its size, structure and antiquity, it was a model for the subsequent theatres of Europe. Simply unique, a must-see.

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 700 meters
Walking time: 10 minutes
Piazza del Plebiscito
The imposing Piazza del Plebiscito is one of the many symbols of Naples as well as one of the largest squares in Italy. You can’t help but gaze from the Royal Palace to the colonnade of the Church of San Francesco di Paola, to the top of its dome. Looking a little further up, you will see the Vomero hill, recognizable by Castel Sant’Elmo and the Charterhouse of San Martino. Adjacent to the square is the “Fontana del carciofo” and the Church of the Artists in Piazza Trieste e Trento, which overlook the National Library and the San Carlo Opera House. In short ... you will feel at home!

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 850 meters
Walking time: 11 minutes
Gran Caffè Gambrinus
Founded in 1860, it is a historic venue located in Via Chiaia, on the corner of Piazza del Plebiscito. It is one of the top ten Cafés in Italy and is part of the Association of Historical Places. Decorated in Art Nouveau style, it preserves stuccoes, statues and paintings from the late 19th century and the work of Neapolitan artists; we suggest you to browse in the rooms to admire the furnishings and the delicious glass chandeliers. From the second half of the 19th century, the Gran Caffè Gambrinus gave birth to the practice of “suspended coffee” which consists in paying for a coffee for poor people who cannot afford it.

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 850 meters
Walking time: 11 minutes
ROYAL PALACE
Historic building in the heart of Naples, it was built from the 1600s, to reach its definitive appearance in 1858. After more than three years of restoration, the sculptures commissioned in 1888 by King Umberto I were visible again. Discover them while walking along the 169 meters of the façade, where you can admire the eight rulers who represent: Ruggiero the Norman, Frederick II of Swabia, Charles I of Anjou, Alfonso V of Aragon, Charles V of Habsburg, Charles III of Spain, Joachim Murat and finally Victor Emmanuel II. Our advice is to carve out a couple of hours for a visit to the Royal apartments, with the Throne Room and the newly restored Hanging Gardens.

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 850 meters
Walking time: 11 minutes
Napoli sotterranea
Underground Naples is the hidden part of Naples and is one of the top 10 things to see in the city. Today many underground tourist routes have been recovered, from the Bourbon Tunnel to the Sacred Mile, to the Catacombs of San Gennaro. In some churches of via dei Tribunali the Greek and Roman stratification is visible and every descent into the bowels of Naples is as fascinating as its part in the sunlight. We suggest the “classic route”, with access from Piazza San Gaetano in Via dei Tribunali.

Distance from Fiorentini Residence: 1.3 km
Walking time: 16 minutes (or Dante stop, line 1)
MANN, NATIONAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM
The very central historic museum MANN is among the most important in the city of Naples. In its 12650 square meters of total exhibition area, it boasts the richest and most valuable heritage of works of art and artefacts of archaeological interest in Italy. It consists of three main sections: The Farnese Collection (sculptures, busts and gems from Rome and surroundings), the Pompeian Collections (artefacts from the Vesuvius area, with the delightful mosaics and works of the Secret Cabinet) and the Egyptian collection, which ranks third in the world in importance after the Egyptian museum in Cairo and the Egyptian museum in Turin.

Distance from the Fiorentini Residence: 1.4 km
Walking time: 18 minutes (or Metro Museum)
SANSEVERO CHAPEL
This treasure hidden in the heart of Naples, is among the most suggestive places in the city. This now deconsecrated church is adjacent to the family palace of the princes of Sansevero, who commissioned and designed the 18th century artistic apparatus of the chapel. In the chapel there are three masterpieces of sculpture that deserve a visit among which the “Veiled Christ” by Giuseppe Sanmartino stands out, but also numerous other works of fine workmanship, such as the “anatomical machines”, two totally stripped bodies where it is possible to observe, in great detail, the entire circulatory system.

Distance from Fiorentini Residence: 1 km
Walking time: 13 minutes (or Metro Dante)
SAN GREGORIO ARMENO
In San Gregorio Armeno it is Christmas all year round! You can always see the masters at work in building the typical nativity scenes and terracotta shepherds, cared for in every detail, artfully painted and dressed in hand-sewn little dresses. Walking in these alleys, discovering the poetry of terracotta faces and talking with these artisans is a journey into the Neapolitan tradition and their proverbial kindness, a tribute to slowness and the pleasure of socializing.

Distance from Fiorentini Residence: 1.3 km
Walking time: 15 minutes (or Metro Dante)