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Great bar, live music every once in a while and sat in the middle of the square means you can watch the world go by especially on a sunday beside the church. People move slower except on mopeds when they seem to be in a...More
As you wander up the slope of this street do not miss the old buildings along it and above you. You will be distracted by the many, many shops and booths selling hundreds of small carved figures of everyone from the Nativity characters along with...More
Via San Gregorio Armeno is one of the oldest and most unique streets of all of Naples. This is the antique, original Naples. The streets are loaded with Artisans who hand craft beautiful nativity scenes known as the precepio. Scenes that can be so small...More
Between Via Dei Tribunali and Via Vicaria Vecchia is a narrow street - Via S Gregorio Armeno, with an astounding variety of Christmas decorations, nativity cribs and artefacts for nativity cribs, and figurines that you will ever see.
There are 15 to 20 shops in...More
Thiis one of the streets you see photographed in travel books. It is an amazing sensory experience. There are some tourist tat shops but some genuine fascinating ones, especially the coffee and food shops.The nativity scenes are intersting, soe better than otehrs. ypu can even...More
The Italian art of creating nativity scenes is well represented here in Naples.
Full of shops but also full of tourists.
Many shops offer more or less the same products. The difference is the quality and prices.
Even if you are not into all this,...More
Many years ago in this place you will be able to buy attributes to your Christmas crib.
Now we have some awful statues from wood, toilet paper with picture of your opponent's logo...
As same as Italian this street is full of joy and daub
It’s nice to see a little local culture and idiosyncrasy. But I expected a little more than a short street with a few shops. This place gets plenty of online attention. They should capitalize on that and actually make it more interesting.
A Road of artisans and souvenir stores where you would be lost in the figurine, papier maché and amazing souvenirs.
A must when in Naples and refrain from buying any souvenirs till you get to this street.