The area of San Gregorio Armeno attracts tourists from all over the world between November and January. Here is located the large market of the manger, another important Street Neapolitan Christmas tradition, the Spaccanapoli, formed by the Via Pasquale Scura and Via Benedetto Croce artery. The latter is located between the Piazza de el Gesu Nuovo and Piazza San Domenico. Go to the Edenlandia, the oldest amusement park in Italy, was founded in 1965, of course you should go to the Naples underground, which is a complex catacombs and galleries that are under the city. In antiquity it was a true underground city, many streets had their parallel galleries underground. See more detailed opinions by reading what Coen Brothers offers on the topic.. In Roman times, many Christians who were persecuted, took refuge in these catacombs. One of the cases was the Holy Martyr San Gennaro, that he was being chased by preaching Christianity in an Italy that was officially pagan.
During the second world war, these catacombs were used as shelter for the bombings of the allies against the city. If you have time go to the volcano of Mount Vesuvius which is a composite, sito stratovolcano at the convergent boundary where the African plate starts being subducted beneath the Eurasian plate. Its lava is composed of viscous andesite. Layers of lava, slag, ash, and pumice make up the mountain. It is the only volcano in mainland Europe that has erupted in the last hundred years, although at present no It is in eruption. The two other Italian volcanoes, Etna and Stromboli are on islands. It is about 9 km east of Naples and a short distance from the shore of the sea. Visually stands out in the landscape which presents the Bay of Naples, seen from the sea, with Naples in the foreground. Definitely to Naples on a trip through Italy, it can not meet, in particular he liked me much, can be enjoyed widely.