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Reviewed 27 January 2016

The District of Chiaia is one of my favorite part of this incredible city and it is walking distance to the historical centre of Naples, which is an UNESCO world heritage site. Chiaia is great for shopping and food, in via dei Mille, you will find all the designer shops.

3  Thank Tipsformytrip
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Reviewed 15 December 2015

We stayed in this area and loved it. The area closer to the historical center of Naples was just a bit too crazy for us but this was perfect. This neighborhood was cleaner and more quiet than most we saw with lots of shopping and restaurants yet still close enough to be able to see all the sights in Naples. Convenient if taking the ferry to Capri or Amalfi Coast as well.

3  Thank Laurie S
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Reviewed 30 October 2015

Taking a visit to Chiaia is a refreshing step into an area that seems out of place in the norm for Naples - it's clean and the buildings are refreshing. Walking the cobblestone streets brings you by green spaces, shops, stores, boutiques, cafes, bars and restaurants galore. It's just pleasant and feels great to be there. ...

2  Thank David B L
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Reviewed 26 October 2015

We stayed in an apartment 200m SW of Amadeo metro. Easy to get from/to the airport (EUR23 fixed fare by taxi). Only 3 stops from the Amadeo metro to Garribaldi, from where we got very cheap tickets on the Circumvesuviano train to Herculaneum and Pompeii. Only 2 stops to Cavour, for the Centro Storico and archaelogical museum. Up the funicular to Cimarosa for Castel Sant Elmo (great views). On foot Chiaia has loads of shops, bars and restaurants in a maze of little and a promenade along the sea front. Even late at night it always felt utterly safe. We were so glad we chose to stay there and experience Naples than the Sorrento option.

6  Thank Eric B
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Reviewed 28 September 2015

Our experience of Chiaia was limited to mainly an hour or so of entertaining shopping along the Via Chiaia and a stroll along several of the laneways which run off that street.
We visited on a Saturday morning and consequently there were crowds of people happily shopping along the Via Chiaia. It is a narrow, traffic free street which makes for an intimate shopping experience.
There are shops catering for all tastes, from stores catering for those who are seeking high-end fashion through to other outlets offering cheap trinkets for the ordinary folk. If you develop a thirst or hunger as you wander along the street there is a plethora of cafes, bars and gelatarias where you can quench your thirst or quell your hunger. If you want to take some food away with you then those needs are met as well. There chocolatiers, specialist sweet shops, bakeries and delicatessens also located along the street.
We thoroughly enjoyed our time in the Via Chiaia and were pleasantly surprised to find such a wide variety of shopping opportunities available.

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