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The place to be in, if you are in Naples. The atmosphere is wonderful, with locals & tourists alike busy shopping / strolling / clicking selfies. Great shopping bargains as well. Lovely place to sip coffee and do “people-watching”.
A busy street that does not seem to sleep with crowds at all times of the day. Very heavy security presence (police and army) but this felt very reassuring rather than threatening. Everyone very helpful and easy to get around.
Some interesting shops with good...More
After leaving the Archaeological Museum we decided to leisurely stroll this street, enjoy a snack, visit a few shops and admire the attractions. There are a few plazas, monuments and churches to view. My wife enjoyed browsing the smaller shops and stores while I was...More
Visited with family and friends. Nice long walk and quite busy. However the weather was good and there are some good food outlets. Not sure about the clothes shops. There are some branded names and some I’ve never heard of. A lot of police and...More
Via Toledo was marketed as one of the longest shopping streets in Naples. Compared to Madison Avenue in NYC its more like a crummy/sketchy version of Canal Street in NYC with bootleg merchandise at each corner. There is garbage everywhere, the buildings are old and...More
I visited Toledo street, with my husband, last Friday evening. It was a very busy street. It is quite interesting and very different from the rest of Italy. What I disliked was the trash on the ground. It didn't look like a clean city. It...More
We were told that smart shoppers head to Naples instead of Milan, Turin or Rome, so we checked it out. The Via Toledo is the main shopping arterial and one can find everything from tourist kitsch to high-end clothing at a fraction of the cost...More