Naples in 3 days

Per vacanza o per lavoro, solo per un weekend o per una lunga vacanza, ci teniamo ai nostri clienti, dentro e fuori il Residence, e ci teniamo che possiate godervi tutto il meglio della nostra bella città nel comfort del vostro soggiorno da noi. Per questo proponiamo alcuni spunti di visita sotto forma di ‘Experience’, in modo da pianificare al meglio la vostra visita. Cercate i posti che vi incuriosiscono di più e programmate il vostro soggiorno. Il nostro consiglio è di prenotare tutto ciò che prevede un biglietto d’ingresso, in modo da evitare code. La prima delle nostre ‘Experience’ è per chi ha poco tempo e vuole sfruttare al meglio 3 giorni a Napoli, a cominciare dalle bellezze ‘dietro l’angolo’.
Sun rising right over Vesuvius, Naples, Italy
Around the corner, day 1
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. Starting with via Toledo (with the homonymous Metro of Art and its impressive interior), the historic buildings and monuments, the now retrained Spanish Quarters, Galleria Umberto I and the Gran Caffè Gambrinus. Discover Piazza del Plebiscito and its eight rulers depicted along the façade of the Royal Palace, San Carlo Opera House, down to Castel Nuovo (known as Maschio Angioino), or from the square you can descend towards the seafront and Castel dell’Ovo to the charming Borgo Marinari.
Monument to Dante Alighieri in Naples
Day 2, walking around the city centre
By underground, Dante stop, you can reach Spaccanapoli, the road that goes from the Spanish Quarters to the Forcella district, cutting the ancient city in a straight line. You will understand why it is so called if you look at it from San Martino, on the Vomero hill (just take one of the nearby funiculars). From San Gregorio Armeno to the Monastery of Santa Chiara, from the “Madonna with the gun”, the only certain work by Banksy in Italy, to the “Seven Works of Mercy” by Caravaggio, in the Church of the Pio Monte della Misericordia, up to Sansevero Chapel and The Doll Hospital, it will be a walk through history, culture and folklore in the heart of the city.
Day 2, full day excursion
If you love walking and are passionate about our history, we suggest you opt for a day visiting the Pompeii Excavations, a unique site in the world. In addition to the numerous associations that organize guided tours, the State Railways periodically make available the “Archeotreno Campania”, historical carriages between Naples and Pompeii: an alternative way to travel and discover our past. It is essential to go equipped with comfortable clothing, suitable for temperatures, sneakers, sunscreen and sunglasses, hat, water and camera.
Day 3, the oblique city
The third day can be dedicated to discovering the hilly areas of Naples. From Capodimonte (with the spectacular Museum and Park of the same name) to Posillipo (the residential district with breath-taking views and fiery sunsets over Ischia, Procida and Nisida), to the Vomero (the district where you can alternate shopping, visits to Sant’Elmo and San Martino with views on Spaccanapoli and the Mount Vesuvius). City Sightseeing Naples offers the opportunity to purchase various packages that include the ascent and descent to connect these beautiful sites and give you the opportunity to enjoy every moment.
Naples in 3 days

For business or pleasure, just for a weekend or for an extended holiday, we care about our clients, both inside and outside the residence, and our goal is for you to have the best experience ever and to enjoy everything our beautiful city has to offer in the comfort of your stay. For this reason, we suggest some insights in the form of “Experiences”, in order to plan the best visit for you. Look for places that will intrigue you and plan your stay. Our advice is to book everything that requires an entrance ticket to avoid queues.
The first of our “Experience” is for those who have little time and want to make the most of their three-day trip in Naples, starting with “the treasures around the corner”.

Around the corner, day 1
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. Starting with via Toledo (with the homonymous Metro of Art and its impressive interior), the historic buildings and monuments, the now retrained Spanish Quarters, Galleria Umberto I and the Gran Caffè Gambrinus. Discover Piazza del Plebiscito and its eight rulers depicted along the façade of the Royal Palace, San Carlo Opera House, down to Castel Nuovo (known as Maschio Angioino), or from the square you can descend towards the seafront and Castel dell’Ovo to the charming Borgo Marinari.
Day 2, walking around the city centre
By underground, Dante stop, you can reach Spaccanapoli, the road that goes from the Spanish Quarters to the Forcella district, cutting the ancient city in a straight line. You will understand why it is so called if you look at it from San Martino, on the Vomero hill (just take one of the nearby funiculars). From San Gregorio Armeno to the Monastery of Santa Chiara, from the “Madonna with the gun”, the only certain work by Banksy in Italy, to the “Seven Works of Mercy” by Caravaggio, in the Church of the Pio Monte della Misericordia, up to Sansevero Chapel and The Doll Hospital, it will be a walk through history, culture and folklore in the heart of the city.
Day 2, full day excursion
If you love walking and are passionate about our history, we suggest you opt for a day visiting the Pompeii Excavations, a unique site in the world. In addition to the numerous associations that organize guided tours, the State Railways periodically make available the “Archeotreno Campania”, historical carriages between Naples and Pompeii: an alternative way to travel and discover our past. It is essential to go equipped with comfortable clothing, suitable for temperatures, sneakers, sunscreen and sunglasses, hat, water and camera.
Day 3, the oblique city
The third day can be dedicated to discovering the hilly areas of Naples. From Capodimonte (with the spectacular Museum and Park of the same name) to Posillipo (the residential district with breath-taking views and fiery sunsets over Ischia, Procida and Nisida), to the Vomero (the district where you can alternate shopping, visits to Sant’Elmo and San Martino with views on Spaccanapoli and the Mount Vesuvius). City Sightseeing Naples offers the opportunity to purchase various packages that include the ascent and descent to connect these beautiful sites and give you the opportunity to enjoy every moment.
Naples in 3 days
For business or pleasure, just for a weekend or for an extended holiday, we care about our clients, both inside and outside the residence, and our goal is for you to have the best experience ever and to enjoy everything our beautiful city has to offer in the comfort of your stay. For this reason, we suggest some insights in the form of “Experiences”, in order to plan the best visit for you. Look for places that will intrigue you and plan your stay. Our advice is to book everything that requires an entrance ticket to avoid queues. The first of our “Experience” is for those who have little time and want to make the most of their three-day trip in Naples, starting with “the treasures around the corner”.
Around the corner, day 1
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. Starting with via Toledo (with the homonymous Metro of Art and its impressive interior), the historic buildings and monuments, the now retrained Spanish Quarters, Galleria Umberto I and the Gran Caffè Gambrinus. Discover Piazza del Plebiscito and its eight rulers depicted along the façade of the Royal Palace, San Carlo Opera House, down to Castel Nuovo (known as Maschio Angioino), or from the square you can descend towards the seafront and Castel dell’Ovo to the charming Borgo Marinari.
Day 2, walking around the city centre
By underground, Dante stop, you can reach Spaccanapoli, the road that goes from the Spanish Quarters to the Forcella district, cutting the ancient city in a straight line. You will understand why it is so called if you look at it from San Martino, on the Vomero hill (just take one of the nearby funiculars). From San Gregorio Armeno to the Monastery of Santa Chiara, from the “Madonna with the gun”, the only certain work by Banksy in Italy, to the “Seven Works of Mercy” by Caravaggio, in the Church of the Pio Monte della Misericordia, up to Sansevero Chapel and The Doll Hospital, it will be a walk through history, culture and folklore in the heart of the city.
Day 2, full day excursion
If you love walking and are passionate about our history, we suggest you opt for a day visiting the Pompeii Excavations, a unique site in the world. In addition to the numerous associations that organize guided tours, the State Railways periodically make available the “Archeotreno Campania”, historical carriages between Naples and Pompeii: an alternative way to travel and discover our past. It is essential to go equipped with comfortable clothing, suitable for temperatures, sneakers, sunscreen and sunglasses, hat, water and camera.
Day 3, the oblique city
The third day can be dedicated to discovering the hilly areas of Naples. From Capodimonte (with the spectacular Museum and Park of the same name) to Posillipo (the residential district with breath-taking views and fiery sunsets over Ischia, Procida and Nisida), to the Vomero (the district where you can alternate shopping, visits to Sant’Elmo and San Martino with views on Spaccanapoli and the Mount Vesuvius). City Sightseeing Naples offers the opportunity to purchase various packages that include the ascent and descent to connect these beautiful sites and give you the opportunity to enjoy every moment.