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Tons of little streets filled with shops and larger avenues packed with designers' stores. Lots of restaurants and bars. A lot of activity at night, too. But often seems like teeming crowds teeny-boppers rule the area.
Chiaia is a wonderful area to wander around in. The waterfront is now a pedestrian area free from most traffic other than a few taxis since the Americas Cup. Some of the best shopping and restaurants are in Chiaia around Piazza Amadeo and Piazza Martiri....More
Napoli has many aspects to it from the Historic Center to the Capodimonte Palace. For me what should not be missed is Chiaia. The gentrified and elegant quarter of Naples . Trendy shops and people doing their daily marketing, chatting at fashionable cafes aand eating...More
Chiaia is a long street full of shops, most of those are expensive, stilish shops, but you can also find good value shops. It is a really nice place to take a walk, reacing Piazza del Plebiscito and arrive to the sea.
my big tip about napoli is get out of the old town that is all that seems to be on the tourist maps they give out. many people told me how dirty and dangerous napoli was, but once I found my way around I'll forever...More
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No we actually found the local restaurants very reasonable. The pasta with clams is served absolutely everywhere and averaged around 10/12 euro. House wine was from around 8 euro for 500ml. Lots of locals eat in the area and... More
No we actually found the local restaurants very reasonable. The pasta with clams is served absolutely everywhere and averaged around 10/12 euro. House wine was from around 8 euro for 500ml. Lots of locals eat in the area and often we were the only tourists.