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Piazza del Plebiscito: Tours & Tickets

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Naples: Make Your Own Neapolitan Pizza Workshop

1. Naples: Make Your Own Neapolitan Pizza Workshop

Discover the wonders of fresh Italian cooking on your trip to Naples, the birthplace of pizza. With the guidance of an English-speaking Italian chef, enjoy a fun cooking workshop and learn how to make Neapolitan pizza. In the first half of the class, master the art of freshly made pizza dough using flour and water. Then in the second part of the session, create and bake your masterpiece. Once your pizza is cooked, sit down and relax with a glass of wine to enjoy your meal while soaking up views of Naples and the Nuovo Castle. At the end of an unforgettable workshop, say goodbye to your chef and head home with the skills to reproduce the perfect pizza time and time again.

Naples: City Highlights Guided Bike Tour

2. Naples: City Highlights Guided Bike Tour

Admire the mix of Italian and Greek influences as you see the highlights in Naples on this bike tour. Ride through the historic center and experience the Greek influence as you ride down the streets Via dei Tribunali and Anticaglia. Start by riding down the Naples Promenade. Enjoy views of the sea with Vesuvius looming in the background. Pass by the seafront castle of Castel dell’ Ovo. Ride past seaside cafes and shops as you go through Borgo Marinari. Go east on Via Caracciolo street until you reach the stately Piazza del Plebiscito square where you can see the Royal Palace and the church of San Francesco di Paola. Turn onto the bustling commercial street Via Toledo where you can reach the squares Piazza Carità and Piazza del Gesù. Continue to the ancient Greek heart of Naples in the Decumani district. Experience the Greek layout as you ride down narrow streets in this historic center. Peddle down Via dei Tribunali and Anticaglia to see the dozens of ancient churches and some charming squares.

Naples: Sightseeing Tour by E-Bike

3. Naples: Sightseeing Tour by E-Bike

Get a better appreciation of the historic city of Naples and its impressive monuments on a guided e-bike tour. Start with a ride down Spaccanapoli in the historic heart of the city to arrive at Piazza del Municipio, where the 13th-century Castel Nuovo (Maschio Angioino) is located. Ride onwards to Piazza del Plebiscito and marvel at the colonnades of the Royal Palace and the oldest active opera house in the world at the Real Teatro di San Carlo. Next, cycle in safety along the bike paths of the promenade to Marinaro, home to the Castel dell'Ovo, the oldest castle in Naples. Learn about some of the legends associated with the fortress, such as the myth of the siren Queen Partenope. Look closer at the old settlement of Monte Echia, considered the first area of Neapolis settled by the Greeks. Travel along the magnificent coastline of the Gulf of Naples with impressive views of Vesuvius and the islands of Capri, Ischia, and Procida at almost every turn in the road.

Naples: Private Tour with Locals – Highlights & Hidden Gems

4. Naples: Private Tour with Locals – Highlights & Hidden Gems

See Naples at its best from the eyes of a local in just 3 hours. Check out prime landmarks like Galleria Umberto, Quartieri Spagnoli, Duomo di San Gennaro and hear unique insights that only a local would know. Visit the Gallery of Salvatore Lodice. Uncover hidden gems and city secrets along the way that will show you an authentic side of the city with the help of a knowledgeable local guide. Fully experience the local flare with an included local treat to make your city tour a complete experience.

Naples: Naples, Pompeii, and Vesuvius Full-Day Tour

5. Naples: Naples, Pompeii, and Vesuvius Full-Day Tour

Explore the beauty of Naples along with a guided tour of Pompeii and Vesuvius National Park. Learn Naples’ storied history through a detailed city tour. Pique your curiosity and discover how Romans really lived at the archaeological site of Pompeii before walking around the top Europe’s only still active volcano. Meet your professional guide outside of your hotel, and climb aboard a minibus for two hours of sightseeing in Naples. Stop at the Cathedral of Naples to visit the Royal Chapel of the Treasure of St. Januarius and the basilica of Santa Restituta. Discover the Piazza del Municipio, Naples’ city hall square, and see the medieval Castel Nuovo before driving through the residential streets of Posillipo. Stop at the famed Chiesa di Sant'Antonio a Posillipo for the best views of the city and bay. Return to the city center in Piazza del Plebiscito to see the front of the Royal Palace of Naples and the beautiful church of San Francesco di Paola. Pass by the historical shopping gallery, Galleria Umberto I, and the iconic opera house, Teatro di San Carlo. Drive to Pompeii to learn about fascinating places like the Forum, the thermal baths and the House of the Vettii. Discover the Lupanar, burnt by volcanic ash and stones during the volcanic eruption in 79 A.D. Take a break to relax over lunch, including pizza and a drink. Continue to Torre del Greco, passing through Vesuvius National Park. Walk to the top of the only still active volcano in continental Europe. Stroll around the crater at an elevation of nearly 1200 meters to see a panoramic view of the charming bay of Naples. Return to Naples where your guide will drop you off at your hotel.

Naples: Walking Tour with Roman Ruins Entrance Ticket

6. Naples: Walking Tour with Roman Ruins Entrance Ticket

Immerse yourself in the intriguing charm of Naples. From the coastline, enjoy the enchanting beauty of the Bay of Naples and the views to the island of Capri and Mount Vesuvius. Visit the oldest part of the city and wander its narrow streets, filled with character and vivacity. See the church of Gesù Nuovo and its masterpieces, the monastery of Santa Chiara and walk through the most famous "Spaccanapoli" with its outstanding Baroque and Renaissance palaces, countless charming little shops, coffee bars and pizzeria. Explore the underground Roman ruins, buried beneath the city. See the monumental part of the city with its most famous landmark — Castel Nuovo, a 13th-century castle, the Royal Palace, the Teatro di San Carlo and the Galleria Umberto, an elegant 19th-century shopping mall.

Naples 2-Hour Walking and Sightseeing Tour with Local Guide

7. Naples 2-Hour Walking and Sightseeing Tour with Local Guide

Start this 2-hour guided walk in Piazza Municipio, by the fountain of Neptune. See the medieval Castel Nuovo, and hear about its history from your local guide. Enter Piazza del Plebiscito, home to the Basilica of San Francesco di Paola and the Royal Palace. Marvel at the views of the sea and Vesuvius. Continue to the Umberto Arcades, whose style has a striking similarity to the Vittorio Emanuele II Arcades in Milan. Climb up Via Roma, and enter the historical center. Visit the Church of Jesus, the ruins of the ancient Greek city and the Decumani. The tour ends in Piazza Dante. Your guide will provide useful tips and suggestions on how to make the best use of your time in Naples.

Naples: Night Driving Tour with Local Pizza Dinner

8. Naples: Night Driving Tour with Local Pizza Dinner

Discover 3 areas of the city of Naples, the foremost city and cultural melting pot of South Italy. First, the driver will take you along the seaside passing onto Lungomare Caracciolo and Mergellina and up to Posillipo Hill. From here, take a snapshot of the most popular view of the city embracing the whole bay, Capri Island and Mount Vesuvius.  Then, driving back to the center, see the ancient Castel dell’ Ovo, the oldest standing stronghold in town which was built in the 12th century within the old fishing village of Borgo Marinari. Continue the tour towards the opulent monumental district enclosing Plebiscito square, Royal Palace, San Carlo Theater and Galleria Umberto I.  Here, have some time for a stroll on your own. Finally, enjoy a tasty pizza dinner including a soft drink at a local restaurant. After dinner, the driver will bring you back to the meeting point.

From Rome: Full Day Pompeii and Naples Tour

9. From Rome: Full Day Pompeii and Naples Tour

Explore the city of Pompeii, buried under ash after the eruption of Vesuvius, and the city of Naples, full of history and architecture. Explore both on this full-day tour, and see some of each city's most important areas. Begin the tour with a stop at the archaeological site of Pompeii, and be guided by an official guide through the highlights of this intact ancient Roman city. Learn about the city and how it was buried after the eruption of Vesuvius, and see what remains of the city after it was excavated by archaeologists. Finish exploring Pompeii, and move on to Naples and stop for lunch in a typical Neapolitan restaurant on the seafront, and taste the famous Naples pizza. Visit Piazza del Plebiscito, the famous Gambrinus bar to enjoy an inviting Neapolitan coffee and sfogliatella pastry. Explore the shops of Via Toledo, the artistic San Carlo Gallery and see the Maschio Angioino Castle from the outside, before returning to Rome.

Panoramic Naples Private Tour by Vintage Vespa

10. Panoramic Naples Private Tour by Vintage Vespa

A poet once wrote, "See Naples and Die," in recognition of the fact that the magnificent southern Italian city is so beautiful it’s essential to visit at least once in your life. On this 4-hour panoramic tour you will see it from many angles, and all from the seat of a vintage Vespa moped. Some of the views are famous, while others are hidden gems known only to locals. Among the many highlights is the Parco Virgiliano, a picturesque oasis on the hill of Posillipo, where a series of terraces overlook the Gulf of Naples. Another, is the romantic fishing village of Marechiaro. Get views of the volcanic islet of Nisida, and drive along the promenade of Via Petrarca. Wind your way along Via Orazio for stunning views of Versuvius. Pass the serene sanctuary of Sant'Antonio a Posillipo. Heading back to port, you will see the imposing Castel dell'Ovo, and the rocky Borgo Marinari, where boats bob and diners gather for cocktails. Continue to elegant Piazza Trieste e Trento and Piazza Plebiscito and admire an unforgettable view on the Gulf of Naples from the terraces of the Certosa di San Martino (closed on Wednesdays - replaced on that day with fortress of Castel Sant'Elmo, from which you can admire a 360 degrees panoramic view on Naples).

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What people are saying about Piazza del Plebiscito

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 758 reviews

Excellent tour to do at the start of a visit to Naples! We covered so much ground that we would not have seen otherwise on foot or even in a large tour bus. We saw many sites and different areas of Naples. The electric bikes were easy and comfortable to use, and we were especially happy to have them for the climb up the hill to see the beautiful views over the Bay of Naples! It was no problem! Our guide Cesare was knowledgeable, friendly and informative. We never get unsafe even in heavy traffic. We were lucky enough to be the only ones on the tour (possibly due to the rainy forecast - although we had nothing but beautiful sunny weather!) so it was like having a private tour! Highly recommend this tour!

Great Tour highlight of my trip to Naples. Everyone was so Friendly and nice. Especially our first guide Elisa who had a great knowledge about Naples and picked out great spots for my next trip to Naples. Pompeii was amazing and our tour guide Maria was very knowledgeable and give great insight into what life was like in Pompeii. Mount Vesuvius was great the view was breathtaking. Finally I would thank the driver Tony for driving us around Naples and back to hotel. I would definitely do the tour again in the future. Thomas McGuinness

We had never been to Naples before which is why we took the tour. Ylenia our guide was amazing. So knowledgable about the history of Naples. She took us on a tour of not only historical buildings but local neighbourhoods and introduced us to some delightful Neapolitan food. I can’t recommend her highly enough.

Great fun and very interesting too especially if you are a good lover

Our guide was great. It was a quick and nice discovery of the City.