An extraordinary walk through Naples downtown in the most special and fascinating moment of the year: Christmas time!
Available everyday on November and December at 9:00am.
Not available on December 24th and 25th.
Tour lasts 3 hours.
Meting point: Piazza del Gesù, 15 minutes before confirmed time.
Participants: groups up to 4 people.
Children under 12 years old join for free.
Available languages: English, Italian, French, German and Spanish.
Reservation must be made at least 1 week before the visit.
- Guided tour to the Church of Santa Chiara
- Tasting of typical and traditional pastries and visit to Palazzo Venezia
- Walk in the particular street of San Gregorio Armeno, among the shops of artistic cribs
Cancellation policy: For cancellations up to 1 week before the date of the visit, we can refund its cost minus service fee. Further cancellations and no shows, as well as clients that arrive late or do not complete the visit, there is no refund. If tour operator cancels the visit for force majeur, client will be refunded only the paid import; tour operator will not be responsible for other costs related to refund.
Christmas in Naples
Enjoy an extraordinary walk through the historical downtown of Naples when this bustling city is at its most quaint and charming - during Christmas time!
Take a stroll through history, art, legends, myths, curiosities, along the short and easy way from Piazza del Gesù to the Church of San Lorenzo Maggiore.
Your walking tour will depart from Piazza del Gesù where you\'ll visit the church of the same name, a masterpiece of the Baroque. Your next stop will be at the nearby Gothic church of Santa Chiara, one of the most beloved churches of Naples. It forms part of an impressive religious complex, and includes a beautiful cloister.
And now for the Via Benedetto Croce, a lively street full of boutiques, shops, and palaces. Here you\'ll get to taste the mouthwatering traditional Neapolitan desserts at the the Pastiera Napoletana pastry shop.
The splendid fifteenth century Palazzo Venezia is located on that same street, right next to Santa Chiara. Enjoy a peek at this hidden treasure, a gift King Ladislao I of Naples gave to the Serenissima Republic of Venice to be used as its consulate general, nowadays a museum and exhibition space.
Your walk ends with a visit to the street of San Gregorio Armeno. Artisan workshops flank one another, all of them specializing in the creation of the traditional nativity scenes. You\'ll be amazed at the love for detail and colorful folklore in these small works of art!