A gluten free patisserie that presents a vast and mouth watering selection of sweet treats that not only look amazing but taste wonderful, and it’s hard to believe they’re gluten free. You can find all the most typical pastries of the Neapolitan tradition exclusively gluten-free.
Gluten-free pizzeria, with high quality products and with an always surprising taste. Excellent knowledge on intolerance, supplied with gluten-free products. All varieties of pizza can be eaten gluten-free, as well as beer.
Big heart, great intentions, amazing results! Between one pizza and another, drop by this big tiny place. Next to the University, you’ll feel like a Neapolitan, while enjoying cozy day to day Italian meals (GF and/or vegan, of course!). The place itself is really small so it’s better suited for take away or for a casual lunch.
Not 100% gluten-free but you only have to ask to find out. Prices are very reasonable taking in to account the taste and presentation. Portion sizes are good and with how good the food tastes you’ll be left wondering how they get it to taste so good. Very friendly and helpful staff. Restaurant opposite the Archeological National Museum.
Cozy, delicious restaurant, with selected high quality products exclusively gluten-free, from frying, to first courses up to seafood second courses. And the baba is the icing on the cake. Staff very kind and helpful.
This vegeterian restaurant offer GF recipes and a wide range of bio wines. The menu is strictly seasonal, so it is updated four times a year as well as the nature production cycle. It’s always possible to enjoy new experiments but also vegetarian or vegan or gluten free revisions of some typical dishes of the Italian tradition. Near the panoramic seafront of Napoli.
The historic center is the home to artisan craftsmen and traditional workshops, where you can find one-of-a-kind treasures at affordable prices and see how a number of specialty items are still made using traditional techniques passed down through the generations.
It is practically impossible to make an exhaustive list, you will be able to find tailor shops, handcrafted clothing, shoes, contemporary arts, jewelry, vintage items stores in a few meters. My advice is to explore the historic center, enter the courtyards of historic buildings, through the streets and find these gems.
The most traditional of all Neapolitan crafts is the handmade nativity scene, an art form that dates back to the 1700s and that dominates holiday décor in all of southern Italy. The heart and soul of Naples’ nativity scene production is on Via San Gregorio Armeno, that is crowded on both sides with dozens of shops and stalls selling handmade nativity scene figurines, model houses, and props. You can find nativity scenes in all sizes and price ranges on sale. Ferrigno – Via San Gregorio Armeno, 8 Capuano – Via San Gregorio Armeno, 28
Naples and the surrounding region of Campania have been known for their local ceramic production for centuries. If you love handpainted majolica ceramics, you can choose from an endless variety of techniques and styles, from the elegant porcelain from Capodimonte to the more rustic majolica from Vietri sul Mare. Choose from traditional designs or more contemporary and minimalist motifs. Mac Bottega Di Ceramica – Via Nilo, 12 Ceramiche di Vietri – Via Domenico Capitelli, 8
One of the most prestigious arts in Naples is custom tailoring, which includes classic suits, shirts, and ties for men but also specialty items like wedding gowns, hats, and knits. You’ll find a number of landmark shops around Naples that carry a vast selection of high-end ties in pure silk. Marinella Cravatte – Riviera di Chiaia, 287 Cravatteria Ulturale – Via Carlo Poerio, 115
You don’t have to be superstitious to delight in one of the most iconic symbols of Naples’ tradition and lore: the lucky horn, a charm known locally as the “curniciello”. This traditional amulet is in the shape of a hot pepper (or “corno” in Italian) and it is believed to ward off the evil eye. Browse the artisan workshops and jewelry stores in the historic center to choose a handmade version in ceramic or fine red coral.
Unique Musical Instruments
Neapolitan music is beloved the world over and has been an important part of the city’s history and culture for centuries. For music lovers, Naples is the perfect destination for exploring new traditional instruments – many made by hand – and even purchasing one to try at home. To explore the world of Neapolitan folk instruments, take a walk down Via San Sebastiano, known in Naples as “the musician street”. Loveri S.r.l. Strumenti Musicali – Via San Sebastiano, 15
Wallet, purse, bag, belt or gloves. Neapolitan artisans are some best of Italian craftsmanship. Scriptura Pelletteria – Via S. Sebastiano, 45
Naples is also the protagonist of the Italian style. There are many shops in the city where you can buy unique interior design pieces. Versione Luce – Via dei Tribunali, 279 Ferrari – Via Miguel Cervantes de Saavedra, 60/M
In Naples, in recent years, numerous “vintage” shops have opened. In these shops with retò furnishings it is possible to find clothing, objects and accessories from the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s. Oblomova – Via S. Sebastiano, 20 Oggetti & Stampe d’Epoca – Via S. Giovanni Maggiore Pignatelli, 49 Baule Volante – Via San Biagio Dei Librai, 106
A Neapolitan Coffee Maker (and Coffee)
The final item that should be on your list of souvenirs to bring back from Naples is ideal for coffee lovers: a “cuccumella”, the traditional Neapolitan coffee pot made from aluminum and used on the stovetop. This timeless coffee pot is made up of a number of parts that fit together and together brew a perfect Neapolitan espresso. Be sure to pick up a package or two of ground Neapolitan espresso beans (Passalacqua is a local favorite), sold in grocery shops and coffee bars across the city. Mexico – Piazza Dante, 86 Spina – Via Pignasecca, 62
Here is the most special souvenir you can choose. My creation with the punch needle. Choose your shape, your design and I will create it for you during your stay in our apartment. A unique gift. Melareca Handcrafted
The cheaper alternative is to park your car in Parcheggio Brin in Via Benedetto Brin for €8 per day or at Quickparking Stazione Centrale in Piazza Nazionale for €9-14 per day. From these parking lots then reach the apartment by taxi.
To visit Napoli, the car is not recommended.
From our apartment all the sites of interest, restaurants, cafè, pizzerias are easily reachable on foot or by metro, the nearest metro stations are 800mt away.
Also a taxi rank is just 100mt away.
You could consider driving the car only for the day when you want to take a trip out of town (Amalfi Coast, Pompeii, Caserta, etc.)
Italy’s COVID rules are about to change again, as the country’s state of emergency ends on 31st March.
From 1 April neither version of the Green Pass will be required to consume food or drinks in outdoor areas of bars and restaurants.
People in Italy must continue to wear masks in enclosed public spaces, including schools and public transport, until 30 April. FFP2 masks will continue to be mandatory until this date on public transport as well as in cinemas and theatres.
Commuters on public transport will no longer be obliged to have a Green Pass from 1 April. It will however remain a requirement on long-distance transport until 30 April.
From 1 April the Green Pass will no longer be required to enter post offices, banks, tobacconists or public offices.
Our guests You will need the green pass to stay in our holiday home up to 31th March. Travellers have to show the green certificate at the check-in. The Green Pass will not be required anymore from 1 April onwards.
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The children Children under the age of 12 will not have to show the green pass in all places where those over 12 must show it. Up to 12 years, therefore, the green pass is an optional document.
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Reach the most beautiful places on the Vesuvian coast with a fast and comfortable train, a latest generation Metrostar with air conditioning and guaranteed seating.
Naples, Herculaneum, Pompeii, Sorrento…. passion, history, tradition and nature.
Ticket Sales Points (with seat reservation) at the EAV Infopoints of : Porta Nolana – Garibaldi – Montesanto
It is also possible purchase tickets, no guaranteed seating, twenty minutes before the departure of the train at the ticket office EAV: Herculaneum – Pompeii Villa Misteri – Vico Equense – Sorrento – Naples Porta Nolana – Napoli Piazza Garibaldi.
Accessibility – Passengers with disabilities must go to the Info Point of Naples Porta Nolana station for the access to the rail tracks. The stations of Garibaldi, Ercolano and Sant’Agnello, while the stations of Castellammare and Pompei Villa dei Misteri are accessible only toward Sorrento. Travellers with disabilities coming from Sorrento headed to Meta or Piano, can call to the phone number 081 7722432 – at least 20 minutes before departure – to request the stop at the platform next to the passenger building. We recommended to visit the website and consult the section of the site with the facilities information – link
Campania Express ticket gives you the possibility of:
book the return trip on a different date.
on the scheduled date of the outward and/or return journey, get off at the intermediate stops and resume the journey with another Campania Express train. In this case, the reservation does not guarantee the availability of the seat on intermediate routes.
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