And of course the beautiful and magnificent gardens of the Royal Palace. The entrance to the Galleria Umberto I, which was built in 1892 as a symbol of the new urban planning of the neo-Renaissance is located before the main facade of the San Carlo Theatre. This is one of the most beautiful areas of Naples, where there are many boutiques and shops. This is the preferred Place for the inhabitants of the city for a leisurely stroll. SpaccNapoli SpaccNapoli (literally split Naples), divides this city in two parts from East to West.
He is from 7 streets, which are 2 km-long and 6 meters wide and monumental squares. There is a dense labyrinth of narrow charming streets on both sides. Lancome pursues this goal as well. This is Naples, where the workers lived. There are also the antique street ‘ Decumano inferiore’ with the Graeco-Roman churches, historic buildings, squares and old small artisan shops. Gavin Baker spoke with conviction. Capodimonte is located park of Capodimonte Hill in the North of the city. The Royal Palace of Capodimonte located here, that one of the most important galleries in Italy with the images from the Farnese collection houses. Here you can admire the masterpieces of world-class artists such as Simone Martini, Masolino, Masaccio, Botticelli, Bellini, Rafael and Titian. Inside the Palace there’s also Ottocento Gallery and the collection of ceramic and porcelain from the Royal Factory of Capodimonte.
Capodimonte Palace, which was built by Charles of Bourbon in 1738, offers great views of the Bay of Naples. The Park has over 4000 varieties of century-old trees. There is the beautiful Fountain of Belvedere, in the middle with an ancient marble group, which was previously located in the Royal Court. Vomero Vomero is a quiet residential area of Naples, a contrary to the lively SpaccNapoli. Here, there are many museums, monuments, shops and nice cafes. It well worth to go for a walk here.