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We walked down Via Toledo on our way to Piazza del Plebiscito. The beautiful Carciofo fountain ( in English it means artichoke) was great, behind it is the famous Teatro San Carlo where Macbeth is now showing. Next to it is the grand entrance to...More
A pretty square in the historic centre of Naples. Some of the famous landmarks of the city lined up around the perimeter: Teatro San Carlo, Galleria Umberto I and the café Gambrinus in the first place. The square was created in an honor of the...More
Piazza Trieste e Trento is a nice enough piazza, but considering the actual area, it is not a place where you will go to sit and relax. Far from it. It is a very busy place with lots of traffic all day long. The fountain...More
Beautiful circular fountain in the square. Very busy area - heavily trafficked with cars, motor scooters, passengers on foot. In the older section of Naples - narrower streets and intriguing architectural styles on buildings.
You'll find that the Piazza Trieste e Trento is quite a picturesque and Neat Piazza, but there are way too many Cars & Vespas to enjoy eating there or staying for very long. There are many other beautiful piazzas for enjoying without the traffic. ...
A pleasant, small piazza located in the heart of old Naples. Its centre-piece is a large circular fountain and the piazza is surrounded by some multi-storied old majestic buildings.
There are a number of cafes and restaurants located in the piazza offering obviously, predominantly Italian...More