Galleria Umberto I

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  • Naples: Guided Fat e-Bike Tour

    1. Naples: Guided Fat e-Bike Tour

    You'll begin with a 15-minute briefing throughout which you will be taught how to use your e-bike in the best way possible. You will also be briefed on a few rules which will help you enjoy your safe and fun bike tour to the fullest. Following that, you will begin your panoramic tour through the best squares, castles, and monuments of the city. You will see Piazza del Plebiscito and the Royal Palace, before encountering Via Caracciolo where you will fall in love with the views over the Gulf of Napoli. From there, proceed through Via dei Mille which is complete with luxury shops, before traveling to Mergellina where you can discover its Fountain of Parthenope. You'll then travel to the panoramic terraces of S. Antonio a Posillipo, where you will be shown breathtaking views of the city and Virgiliano Park with views over the gulf, Pozzuoli, and the Islands of Ischia and Procida. You'll f...

  • 3-Hour Napoli Segway PT Authorized Tour

    2. 3-Hour Napoli Segway PT Authorized Tour

    After an orientation session at Hotel Ambassador, head out on your Segway to Castel Nuovo Male Angevin. Built in two phases, in the 13th and 15th century, it is one of the city’s most recognizable symbols. Via Toledo, the street of walks of Neapolitan is dedicated to Don Pedro de Toledo. From here you can access the Galleria Umberto I, a public shopping gallery with a difference – it is full of stunning artwork and architecture. From one side you can view the majestic Teatro San Carlo - the Theater of Europe. Relaxing at the Piazza del Plebiscito, the city lounge, you can admire the beautiful Royal Palace and the Church of St. Francesco di Paola. After a bit of shopping, or window-shopping, at via Chiaia, we will ride down Cavallerizza Street to reach the superb Royal Gardens. Built by Vanvitelli, it is rich in plants and statues. It is time to relax on Via Caracciolo beachside overl...

  • Classic Naples: Vespa Private Tour

    3. Classic Naples: Vespa Private Tour

    Discover Naples from the seat of a vintage Vespa in the company of a friendly and experienced guide. Naples boasts the largest UNESCO-protected historic center in Europe, and on this 4-hour tour you will see many of the most emblematic monuments, navigating streets that larger vehicles can’t access. Discover vibrant areas, such as the narrow streets of Spaccanapoli and Via dei Tribunali. Admire the facade of Gesù Nuovo, enter the Church of Santa Chiara, and walk through the San Gregorio Armeno (the Christmas Alley). Visit the famous Veiled Christ inside Sansevero Chapel (closed on Tuesdays) and the macabre Church of Santa Maria delle Anime del Purgatorio ad Arco (closed on Sundays), guarded by 3 bronze skulls (entry tickets for these sites are not included). Admire the looming castle of Piazza del Municipio, and the entrance to the former public shooting gallery of the Galleria Umbert...

    I had always wanted to tick off one thing from my bucket list and that was ride a Vespa in the city of Naples. NapolinVespa Tour made this happen and they pulled it off effortlessly. Vincenzo was my guide and what can I say? He made it very personable! We soaked in the city discussing culture, history and how these aspects shaped the city... I recommend you take this excursion if you are serious and willing to learn! The Vespa itself was beautiful and I managed to get the typical postcard picture of myself with the beautiful vista of Naples behind me.. I recommend that you don't hesitate and book this. It will be very memorable...

  • Naples: Private Tour by Classic Fiat 500 or Fiat 600

    4. Naples: Private Tour by Classic Fiat 500 or Fiat 600

    Discover the historic buildings of Naples from the seat of a vintage Fiat 500 or 600, guided by a knowledgeable guide. The 5-hour tour explores the city’s historic center and Posillipo hill, source of inspiration for the paintings of the 19th-century school of Posillipo. Drive to the lively cobblestoned Spaccanapoli, the main promenade of the city leading to many of its most significant landmarks. Go to Gesù Square, site of the 15th-century Gesù Nuovo church, and enter the Santa Chiara Church. Continue to via San Gregorio Armeno, the "Christmas Alley". Your next stop will be Piazza Gaetano, named after one of the city’s 54 saints. Visit the famous Veiled Christ inside Sansevero Chapel (closed on Tuesdays) and the macabre Church of Santa Maria delle Anime del Purgatorio ad Arco (closed on Sundays), guarded by 3 bronze skulls (entry tickets for these sites are not included.) Admire the l...

  • Naples and Pompeii Full-Day Sightseeing Tour

    5. Naples and Pompeii Full-Day Sightseeing Tour

    Enjoy a full-day sightseeing tour of Pompeii and Naples, starting with an exploration of the historic heart of Naples. Departing from the port of Da Mole Beverello, go to the city’s most famous highlights, including the Piazza del Plebiscito, Royal Palace, and Basilica of San Francesco di Paola. See the colonnades and porticoes of the San Carlo Opera House, the oldest continuously active venue for public opera in Europe. Marvel at the glass ceiling of the Galleria Umberto I shopping arcade, and the imposing castle of Maschio Angioino (Castel Nuovo). Then, travel across the fertile valley of Mt. Vesuvius, passing Ercolano, Torre del Greco and Torre Annunziata en route to Pompeii. After a break for lunch, explore the archaeological excavations with a local guide. Listen to the tragic tale of how Pompeii was buried beneath the ashes of Vesuvius after it erupted in 79 AD. See all the highl...

  • Naples: Wheelchair Friendly City Tour

    6. Naples: Wheelchair Friendly City Tour

    Embark on a wheelchair friendly tour of the Naples city center and seafront which connects you from point to point by a wheelchair accessible van. For those with mobility restrictions, this tour is the best way to take a comprehensive look at Naples in a short period of time. Your accessible sightseeing excursion will last around three hours and explore two different areas of the city. In the first half of the tour, explore monumental Naples, taking in historically and culturally significant sights like Piazza Plebiscito (Naples' central square), Gallery Umberto I (a fully-restored shopping arcade built at the end of the nineteenth century, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the Royal Palace (home to the kings of the city state of Naples before the unification of Italy), San Carlo Theatre (the oldest, continually active opera house in the world), and Castel Nuovo (a central and prominen...

    Wonderful tour that really made you feel like you weren't missing out delivered by friendly and consummate professionals!

  • Naples: Diego Maradona Guided City Walking Tour

    7. Naples: Diego Maradona Guided City Walking Tour

    Explore the deep love of the Neapolitan people for Diego Maradona on a guided walking tour. Feel the ongoing admiration for ‘the King of Naples’ on every corner and street of the city with the help of your expert guide.

    Begin the tour from Piazza Plebiscito, then continue through Gallery Umberto I to reach the famous Spanish Quarters. See how the entire city testifies to the legacy of the “Pibe de Oro” (“Golden Boy”) who brought the joy of the first championship trophy to the city.

    Visit an open-air street art museum dedicated to Maradona, as well as two other must-see destinations for fans of Napoli’s number 10: Vico Lungo Gelso and Piazza Maradona in via Emanuele De Deo. Here, marvel at the most famous murals dedicated to this unanimous hero of the city.

    Admire a ceramic mosaic donated by two It...

  • From Rome: Naples and Amalfi Coast Full-Day Trip

    8. From Rome: Naples and Amalfi Coast Full-Day Trip

    This tour begins with a pick up in your hotel in Rome. A local and knowledgable guide to Naples will show you all the points of interest, and important and magical places to visit. Your first stops will take you on a walk to Castel Nuovo, also known as Maschio Angioino, the Bourbon King’s Square, and Piazza del Plebiscito. Here you can enjoy the view of Naples and Mount Vesuvius. Passing through the Royal Palace of Naples, you will continue on your walk to the impressive Galleria Umberto and the Teatro di San Carlo. Stop at the famous Gambrinus café for a refreshment. Later, stroll along the Via Toledo and visit the interesting Spanish Quarter. The next stop is at Piazza del Gesù, where you can see the church Gesù Nuovo and its futuristic façade. Here you will find the entrance to the old town and the Spaccanapoli, the street that divides Naples. Continue to San Gregorio Armeno with its...

  • Naples: Full-Day City Tour with Pompeii and Sorrento

    9. Naples: Full-Day City Tour with Pompeii and Sorrento

    Get picked up from your accommodation, cruise terminal, or Naples Central Station in the morning and begin your tour. Start with 2 hours of sightseeing in a minibus with a small-group tour led by a professional guide. Make your first stop at the cathedral to visit the Royal Chapel of the Treasure of St. Januarius and Santa Restituta.  Drive to the Town Hall square and see the New Castle, built by the French family of Anjou. Continue on to the Posillipo area and stop at Saint Antonio's Church, where you can see the best view of the city and the bay. Return into the city center and Piazza del Plebiscito. See the front of the Royal Palace, the beautiful church of St. Francesco di Paola in its neoclassic style, the Umberto I Gallery, and the San Carlo Theater. Next, drive to Pompeii where your tour guide will show the most fascinating places like The Forum, Thermal Baths, Vetti’s house, an...

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Overall rating

4.0 / 5

based on 37 reviews

Tour date: 07/24/2020. Tour guide: VINCENZO. Language: English (as German was not offered). Vincenzo picked us up on the minute by car at the meeting point. Probably because of Corona there were only three of us with Vincenzo, the tour took place anyway. After a short drive, he received instructions on how to ride an e-bike at his shop. We haven't ridden an e-bike before, but we understood everything and got on well. After a short test drive on the forecourt, we went to different places, along the sea and to two spectacular viewing platforms with a great view over Naples and towards Capri. The FAT bikes with the thick (almost motorcycle) tires are highly recommended, as there is a lot of cobblestone - hardly imaginable with thin bicycle tires. We soon switched off the English-language audio guide due to volume fluctuations and preferred to listen to Vincenzo, that was at least as informative and also much funnier. Tour was great!

I had always wanted to tick off one thing from my bucket list and that was ride a Vespa in the city of Naples. NapolinVespa Tour made this happen and they pulled it off effortlessly. Vincenzo was my guide and what can I say? He made it very personable! We soaked in the city discussing culture, history and how these aspects shaped the city... I recommend you take this excursion if you are serious and willing to learn! The Vespa itself was beautiful and I managed to get the typical postcard picture of myself with the beautiful vista of Naples behind me.. I recommend that you don't hesitate and book this. It will be very memorable...

We had a great tour! Since all e-bikes were fully booked, we spontaneously switched to e-scooters by the organizer! It was VIIIIEEEEL better than an e-bike! The tour was Sunday, the headset in German ..... really great The tour is highly recommended! We were picked up at the parking garage and could have used the return transport option! GREAT

What an amazing and funny experience! Vincenzo is nice and friendly and would definitely contact him again for our next trip to wonderful Napoli!

Wonderful tour that really made you feel like you weren't missing out delivered by friendly and consummate professionals!