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Bourbon Tunnel

The Bourbon Tunnel was originally built under the city of Naples as a way to connect the Naples military barracks to the Royal Palace. The tunnel also provided the citizens of the city shelter during the bombings which took place during World War II. Today, these tunnels with their accumulated debris have been turned into a gallery where the public can see interesting displays of vintage cars and motorbikes, old shelter spots and much more.

Archaeological Areas of Pompeii

Buried under layers of ash and rock for over 1500 years, the archaeological remains of Pompeii, Herculaneum and the Villa Oplontis at Torre Annunziata serve as windows into the past. The Roman town of Pompeii was buried alongside the summer retreat of Herculaneum and numerous lavish villas when Vesuvius erupted on the 24th of August, 79 CE. Excavations began full-swing in the mid-18th Century, although the site was discovered several years before in the 16th Century. Frozen in time, these well-preserved vestiges of a once-prosperous civilization are a vivid reflection of the day-to-day lives of its people. While the remnants of Pompeii and Herculaneum present a more generalized picture of Roman society, the Villa Oplontis depicts the opulent lifestyle enjoyed by the rich. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site along with Herculaneum and Torre Annunziata, the baths, temples, burial sites, theaters and homes of Pompeii offer an invaluable insight into the history of the Roman Civilization.

Lungomare Caracciolo

Once a quiet fishing village, today, this pleasant walk along the seashore is one of the city's liveliest districts, filled with luxury hotels and exclusive restaurants. A stroll along Via Nazario Sauro, Via Partenope and Via Caracciolo takes you to the moorings with a backdrop of local fishing boats and vendors selling freshly landed fish. Crystal-clear water flows from the Leone fountain, and in the beautiful Piazza Sannazzaro, the Sirena fountain is a reminder of the mythical siren Partenope, whose tomb, according to local legend, marks the site on which Naples was founded.

Cappella Sansevero

A historic chapel that houses a splendid selection of several artworks by Italian artists, Cappella Sansevero is also noteworthy for its spectacular Baroque style of architecture. It houses many masterpieces by renowned artists like Antonio Corradini, Francesco Queirolo, and Giuseppe Salerno, but the one that stands out is "Veiled Christ" by Giuseppe Sanmartino. Its ceiling is said to have been painted in 1749, and its flooring represents good and evil in black and white. It is a must-visit attraction when in Naples.

Catacombs of San Gennaro

The Catacombs of San Gennaro are ruins of Naples’ ancient paleo-Christian cemetery that dates back to the origin of Christianity. Comprising of the San Gaudioso, San Severo, and San Gennaro cemeteries, this burial site was in use from the 3rd Century through to the 10th Century. Explore its two underground levels for an inspiring and intriguing view of frescoes, tombs, arched passageways, and chapels. Visiting the catacombs is worthwhile for every traveler as it offers a dash of history and a splash of mystery while you descend into a realm where echoes of the past fill the air.

Naples Underground

Hidden away beneath Naples' bustling Old Town is a world of wonder. Constructed over a period of 2,400 years, a series of tunnels, caves, and caverns exist underneath the city streets. Several of these were originally created by the Greeks who quarried tuft for construction, transforming the resulting hollow spaces into reservoirs and water cisterns. During WWII, some of these were repurposed for use as air-raid shelters. Across the ages, each civilization built upon the existing network of tunnels, finding new ways to interweave their lives above ground with the world beneath. Far from being forlorn and featureless, this subterranean labyrinth is riddled with the remains of Nero's lost theater, aqueducts, places of worship, catacombs, and many more veiled pieces of Naples' long and eventful history.

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