life around - chiaia

piazza plebiscito

Piazza Del Plebiscito, takes its name from the plebiscite of 1860 which sanctioned the annexation of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies to the Kingdom of Italy, is surrounded by important historical and architectural buildings, which give its atmosphere a sense of grandeur and magnificence.

In the center of Piazza del Plebiscito stands the majestic Basilica of San Francesco di Paola, an imposing neoclassical church inspired by the Pantheon in Rome, built in the 19th century to celebrate the Bourbon restoration.

Piazza del Plebiscito is also a meeting and socializing place for residents and visitors, who meet here to walk, jog or simply enjoy the breathtaking view of the Bay of Naples and Vesuvius. The presence of outdoor bars and cafes along the arcades of the square makes the atmosphere even more lively and welcoming, offering visitors the opportunity to sit and enjoy the view while sipping a coffee or tasting a local delicacy.

via Toledo

Via Toledo is one of the most famous and lively streets of Naples, a pedestrian street that extends for over a kilometre, connecting Piazza Dante to Piazza Trieste e Trento. Also known as Via Roma, this street is an important commercial and cultural center of the city, frequented by residents and tourists looking for shopping, culture and entertainment.

The history of Via Toledo dates back to the Spanish period, when it was built as the main street to connect the historic center of Naples to the Capodimonte hill. Over the centuries, the street has been the scene of important historical events and has seen the transformation of numerous buildings and monuments along its route.

galleria Umberto

The Galleria Umberto is an architectural jewel in the heart of Naples that enchants visitors with its beauty and refined atmosphere.

The Galleria Umberto I is a sumptuous shopping arcade located in the historic center of Naples. 

Opened in 1890, this magnificent structure is a masterpiece of neoclassical architecture, characterized by an elegant glass and iron dome and a majestic facade decorated with Corinthian columns and statues.

Designed as a meeting place for the Neapolitan bourgeoisie of the time, the gallery has played an important role in the social and commercial life of the city, becoming a reference point for meetings, cultural events and luxury shopping.

Quartieri Spagnoli

The Spanish Quarters are one of the most characteristic and cheerful places in Naples, situated in the heart of the historical center. This intricate labyrinth of narrow and winding alleys, embodied in bright-colored buildings, creates a unique and involving atmosphere.

Here you can immerse into the authentic Neapolitan culture, among people that live their daily life, sellers shouting and offering their goods and the enveloping smell of traditional food. The district is known for its liveliness that is revealed in particular during the feast days and the traditional local celebrations.  

baretti San Pasquale

Lively neighborhood in the heart of Naples where nightlife comes to life every night, the Baretti di San Pasquale come alive with activities, with people coming together to enjoy the company of friends, enjoy drinks and dance to the rhythm of music. The atmosphere is joyful and welcoming, with a mixture of trendy bars, traditional bars and night clubs that suit everyone’s tastes.

The bars of San Pasquale are located in the district of Chiaia, one of the most lively and popular areas of Naples. Their central location and easy access make this district a landmark for the city’s nightlife, easily accessible from different parts of the city.