Guided Tours

These are some examples of our most popular tours to date. However, do feel free to pick and choose the places you’d actually like to visit and we’ll be happy to create a customised tour especially for you. Click on the links for a more detailed description of possible tours.

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Themed tours

Some of our increasingly popular themed tours

Eros in Pompeii;
Cloisters and secret gardens;
Sightseeing tour by coach with traditional musicians on board;
Contemporary Art: meet local artists and gallery owners;
Haunts of the Posillipo School of painting;
Art, alchemy, superstition and religious devotion;
Classical mythlogy: from the gates of hell to the Sibyl’s chamber in Cuma;
The Bay of Naples by private boat or bicycle;
Special openings to galleries and private homes;
Parties and events in private and unusual locations.

Some historical/artistic itineraries in Naples

The Greek-Roman city
The Greek walls, the decumani, the San Lorenzo Maggiore excavations, the Cathedral excavations, Santa Restituta and the San Giovanni Maggiore Baptistery

The Angevin period
Castel Nuovo, the church of Sant’Eligio, The churches of Santa Chiara, San Domenico Maggiore, San Lorenzo, San Pietro a Maiella

The Neapolitan renaissance
The Aragonese Arch of the Castel Nuovo, the churches of San Giacomo degli Spagnoli, Santa Maria La Nova, Sant’Anna dei Lombardi, The church of San Giovanni a Carbonara, Porta Capuana, Castel Capuano

17th century Neapolitan art
Piazza del Gesù: the Immacolata Spire and the Gesù Nuovo church, the church of the Anime del Purgatorio ad Arco, the monastic complex of San Gregorio Armeno, The San Gennaro Chapel, the monastic complex of the Gerolamini, San Gennaro Spire, Caravaggio’s painting in the Pio Monte della Misericordia church

18th century Neapolitan art
The Sansevero Chapel, The Bourbon residences (the Royal Palace or Capodimonte Palace)

19th century Neapolitan art
Piazza del Plebiscito, Church of San Francesco di Paola, the Umberto I Arcade, the San Carlo Opera House