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Eating a pizza in Florence or in Rome is not the same as eating it in Naples! Here the dough is thicker than in Rome, for example and is a little chewy. In Naples every pizzeria makes a decent pizza.
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The pizza dough and tomato sauce are perhaps a little more delicate here than in other places, and it certainly offers a nice escape from the madness of the Quartieri Spagnoli or Centro Storico, but there is better pizza and far more reasonable prices to be found elsewhere in the city. Today the best choices would be Trianon or especially Da Michele. Both these pizzerias make authentic pizza Napoletana , but are located near Forcella, which some might not be comfortable walking around at night.
In particular, Da Michele has a unique feature: they only do pizza Margherita or Marinara just tomato, garlic and oregano, and a splash of oil, of course! Note that there is usually a queue at these restaurants. Some other places that are very popular among the Neapolitans are almost all the pizzerias in Via dei Tribunali, in particular Di Matteo , Il Presidente [Dec closed?
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In general it is easy to find a good pizzeria, just look for one without tourists! Neapolitan cuisine in general features much seafood , befitting its status as an ancient and still functioning port. You will find many sauces based on garlic sauteed in extra-virgin olive oil, tomatoes, and local red wines. Mozzarella is also typical of the region, you should not miss the opportunity to taste the fresh real one!
Pretty much anywhere that serves coffee will have some pastries, nutella-filled croissants or other sweets available. Among the best places to try these pastries are:. Naples is becoming increasingly popular with a younger generation of both Italians and foreigners. In spite of false and stereotypical reports of adverse conditions, they flood into the city and lend renewed vitality to its nightlife.
You should also try the area around Piazza dei Martiri, expecially Vico Belledonne a Chiaia, where you can find many crowded bars, a winebar and lots of young people, expecially at weekends. There are a variety of small drinking establishments but if you're looking for a crowded beer hall, Irish pub, or an American college-style dive bar, you'll have trouble finding one. If you're in Naples and wondering what local beverages to try, the first answer is that Naples is as famous for its extra-strong, semi-sweet coffee as it is for its pizza, and you can try some at places like Gran Caffe Aragonese with a little ice cream floating on top or at Caffe Gambrinus, which also serves cake and cocktails.
Amazingly, coffee is so thoroughly Neapolitan that it is commonly sold at local bars as well. For those who would like to try the local beer and wine, there are an abundance of options. Beer bars were once rare, beer being traditionally sold with and consumed in pizza parlors, but now they are more common.
Wine bars are classic in Naples, which is not surprising since it is the capital of Campania , a major wine-producing region. There are many local varieties of wine you may wish to sample, but the Aglianico is peculiarly appropriate. Aglianico black grapes are grown throughout southern Italy, but Campania provides them with their ideal soil and growing climate.
Some of the main areas of Naples where bars and cafes serving beer and wine are concentrated include:. If you wish to try something outside Naples, during the weekend Pozzuoli is packed with bars around the old port mainly, but not only on Largo San Paolo and parallel streets and main square Piazza della Repubblica , where you will find hundreds of young people hanging out in front of bars loudly chatting with their friends along with some drinks.
Bacoli and Miseno also have some great venues where young people like to go. Accommodation in Naples is normally cheaper than in Rome or northern Italian cities, but quality may vary a lot. It's not uncommon to encounter hot water shortages, short power outages and less than luxurious bed and bath linens. Also don't expect a full-sized bathtub in reasonably priced hotels. You may not even get a shower stall in the bathroom, but a drain hole that is in the center of the bathroom with a toilet, a sink and a shower head along the plain tiled walls.
Breakfast may include weak orange juice tasting more like powdered orange drink , hard rolls and an assortment of hard meats and cheeses. Nothing mentioned here is meant to discourage, but to help you view your experience as an adventure in Italian culture. In some circles, Naples has acquired a reputation as being a particularly dangerous city, this because of some reasons, be really careful with the following:.
If you carry a purse or handbag, do not store your most valuable items in it. Watch for pickpockets and do not "flash around" expensive jewelry, watches, electronics and the like. There are local Italian Railway trains to Pompeii, but for such short distances, it is easiest to take the Circumvesuviana commuter train. Just click any blue "Edit" link and start writing! From Wikitravel. Jump to: navigation , search. Centro Storico Historic Centre A labyrinth of history built in several layers of one period over the other and Naples prime tourist attraction.
With excellent pizzerias, barouque churches, underground greco-roman ruins, famous streets like Spaccanapoli with shops selling traditional Neapolitan nativity figures, mozzarella, costumes and souvenirs and a vibrant night-life and atmosphere makes this free-of-charge living museum a must see among the must sees of Naples.
Agnano A volcanic crater famed and favoured by the Romans and the Greeks for its hot springs, now one of the centers of Neapolitan fun with one of the city's largest discos and one of the biggest sporting centres of Naples. Also to be found within the area are thermal baths, ruins of Roman baths, la Grotta del Cane a mofetta and home to numerous vulcanic phenomenons and the Astroni crater a WWF oasis.
Posillipo and Chiaia With Roman ruins both on land and underwater, the famous view of Naples, a walk by the sea with dark blue water contrasting with seagulls perched on white skerries, Norman castle Castel dell'Ovo , barouque churches, palaces and gardens make this one of Naples' most charming destinations.
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Arenella and Vomero A nice neighbourhood dotted with trees, more churches and castles and villas. Zona Industriale Industrial Area Centro direzionale The business section in the city, filled mostly by skyskrapers designed by Japanese architect Kenzo Tange. The largest cluster of skyskrapers in southern Europe. Categories : Has custom banner Huge city articles Usable articles Articles needing IsPartOf category All destination articles Pages linked to a data item for a disambiguation. Namespaces Page Discussion.
More information about this seller Contact this seller 8. Published by Jesi About this Item: Jesi, Bibliografia: Lozzi Coleti p. Incisione in rame, pieghe di carta, leggeri restauri perfettamente eseguiti, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. Accresciute nuovamente d altre particolari notitie", published in Jesi in More information about this seller Contact this seller 9. Acquaforte e bulino, Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con pieni margini, in perfetto stato di conservazione.
Etching with engraving, , signed on plate. A magnific impression, printend on contemporary laid paper, with full margins, very good condition. The first edition was published in Rome in at the printing-works of Angelo Rotili at the Massimo alle Colonne Palace, by Bouchard and Gravier, book-dealers and tradesmen located in Rome near the church of St. Marcel at the Via del Corso. This collection included a portrait of Piranesi, engraved by Felice Polanzani, and a dedication to James Caulfield, count of Charlemont.
This dedication was later abolished in the aftermath of a quarrel, described by Piranesi in his Lettere di Giustificazione [Letters of Justification] , which also gave rise to three different versions of this first original edition May These different versions are distinguishable from the title-page of the first volume, which initially was dedicated to the Irish aristocrat, then exhibited a cancelled dedication and coat of arms and, finally, bore a Latin motto written by the artist "Aevo Suo Posteri set Utilitari Publicae". More information about this seller Contact this seller Published by Duisburg About this Item: Duisburg, Acquaforte e bulino.
Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con margini, meravigliosa coloritura coeva, piccole ossidazioni, per il resto in perfetto stato di conservazione. Per la prima volta pubblicata nel "Italia, Sclavoniae et Graeciae tabula geographice" nel , questa mappa proviene dalla prima edizione dell'atlante mercatoriano, "Atlantis Pars Altera", pubblicato nel , dopo la morte del Mercator, dall altro figlio Rumold.
Bibliografia: Koeman p. Etching and engraving.
Magnificent impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, with margins, wonderful contemporary coloring, small rust, otherwise in good condition. For the first time published in "Italy, Sclavoniae et Graeciae geographice tabula" in , this map comes from the first edition of "Atlantis Pars Altera", published in , after the death of Mercator, the other son Rumold. Subsequently inserted in some of the Hondius atlases until his last appearance in the French edition of of Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas.
Bibliography: p Koeman. Istituto di Studi Romani, a cura di A. Folio Cloth gt. Text pp. Plates ; Sm, snags in backstrip Vol. Seller Inventory Published by Wien, Artaria, About this Item: Wien, Artaria, Grenzkolorierte Kupferstichkarte bestehend aus 1 statt 2 Bll. Die erste Ausgabe erschien Published by Mailand, Istituto Geografico Militare, Grenzkolorierte Kupferstichkarte in 24 auf Lwd. Die Zeichnung basiert auf den Vermessungen des General-Quartiemeisterstabes. In Pp. C Collectanea rerum memorabilium, meglio nota col titolo di Polyhistor "il curioso", "l'erudito" , edizione di Basilea del La prima edizione dell'opera di Solino fu pubblicata a Venezia nel Xilografia, margine destro corto, per il resto in ottime condizioni.
This unusual map, untitled, oriented with north at the bottom, is inserted at p. Julius Solinus ca.
Latin text underneath the map and on the verso. Woodcut, very fine condition. Borri "L'Italia nelle antiche carte " , scheda 27" mm. About this Item: Rare first edition; without text on verso. Engraved map. Seller Inventory L In tre volumi, editi da G. Incisione su rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione" "Beautiful view from the first ediion of " Il nuovo teatro delle fabriche, et edificii, in prospettiva di Roma moderna, sotto il felice pontificato di N. Etching, in perfect condition. One of the most important architectural projects of the seventeenth century was the urban renovation of Rome.
Under the brilliant leadership of Pope Alessandro VII , Rome dramatically emerged as one of the most modern and beautiful cities of the new Baroque age. Within several decades spacious roadways were constructed, monumental buildings arose, and many public squares appeared with elaborate fountains and monuments. To be sure, this massive undertaking was meant to underline the absolute power of the Papacy but it also brought forth a new flowering of Italian art and architecture.
The Nuovo Teatro was initiated in to depict the new Rome in a series of etchings. What it gave to future generations was a magnificent historical record of views etched by two of Italy's greatest architectural artists. The printing and publishing of these important etchings was entrusted to Giacomo de Rossi , the head of the most dominant Roman publishing house. Sons and nephews of de Rossi, in fact, continued the publishing house until when the business was sold to Pope Clement XII to form the basis of the Regia Calcografia. Altogether, four sets of Nuovo Teatro were created during the seventeenth century.
Volumes one and two were both published in the year of and dealt mainly in views of the new piazzas, gardens, terraces and their surrounding buildings. Volume 3 was published in and concentrated upon the newly constructed churches of Rome. Every plate from the first three sets was both designed and etched by the influential architectural artist, Giovanni Battista Falda For reasons unknown the fourth and final volume 52 etchings did not appear until It was published by Giacomo's successor, Domenico de Rossi, and featured views of the palaces and stately homes of Rome.
Each plate was designed and etched by the famous architect and etcher, Alessandro Specchi Soft cover.
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Volume 2 only of a 3 volume series. About this Item: Pas de couverture. Edition originale. Vers Vallet grav. Voir photos. Seller Inventory ABE Carte du Royaume de Portugal Vers Moithey Ing. Vallet sculp. Condition: Used: Very Good. First Edition.