Why locals love it
When this long and wonderful road was closed to traffic, it became the most famous and certainly the most loved promenade in Naples. It’s a pleasant and relaxing walk that no Neapolitan would refuse on a sunny day.
Why you should visit it
Although it’s touristic, you definitely shouldn’t miss this walk. Just a few steps from the sea, it offers a full view of Vesuvius, Capri and the charming Castel dell'Ovo. It’s also situated alongside the Villa Comunale public garden, which has a playground and restaurants of every kind. Locals consider it the postcard of their city!
Surrounded by the sea, the square of Borgo Marinari is a nice spot to enjoy an authentic Neapolitan coffee or a great pizza.
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