Discover Naples Walking Tour

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3 hours


Walk with your private-local guide in a surprising discovery of Naples. Not only an astonishing journey through HistoryArt, and Architecture but also an intriguing close look at authentic Naples, its people, habits, food, and surviving superstitions and traditions. If you wish to immerse yourself in the local life, follow us!

  • Private friendly and knowledgeable Certified Guide
  • Personal walking tour at your own pace
  • Optional skip-the-line tickets to San Severo Chapel


Private licensed tour guide.


Admission fees to pay sights.

Kids Friendly

Yes – however is an urban walking tour so kids will need to be looked after.

Meeting place

Where requested in Naples if centrally located.

Wheelchair friendly


Dress code

Casual with comfortable shoes.

Additional info

This private walking Tour is available from the Cruise Terminal as a Shore Excursion, or from your hotel centrally located in Naples or from the railway station if you come from Rome or Sorrento by train. The itinerary will adapt accordingly.

The visit can be combined with the Archaeological Museum of Naples (reachable on foot – closed on Tuesdays).

You could also choose to visit Pompeii or Herculaneum or Mt Vesuvius with private transport for the 2nd half of the day.


The history of Naples is perfectly legible in its urban structure, which maintains the signs of a city built slowly over 25 centuries: this is the reason why the town is amongst the World Cultural Heritage Sites listed by UNESCO.

Once in the Old Naples, there are plenty of things to visit or to do according to your interests and feelings. You shall certainly enter some of its beautiful but sometimes hidden churches – more that you can imagine in Naples as well as in Rome!

You will find great examples of gothic and baroque architecture mixed up with the houses of ordinary people.

Your private Naples Excursion will bring you to the area so-called ‘Spaccanapoli’. You will discover the real town: its people, the students, the food (the best pizzerias and pastry shops are there), the craftsmanship. Not to miss is the area of San Gregorio where you have an incredible display of items produced to decorate the Nativity during Christmas Time.

If you like, you can also reach the Cathedral to marvel at the richness of its baroque decoration. In the Cathedral, you can visit San Gennaro Chapel, worldwide known not only for art but also because there the Patron Saint of the City liquefies its blood twice a year!!

If you would like to visit the Sansevero Chapel please let us know ahead of time to obtain a reservation (closed on Tuesdays).

At the end of the tour, you can decide to stay on own in town for a traditional pizza lunch or you can go back to the starting point.

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Tour Reviews

5.00 based on 8 reviews
7th October 2023

If we could give Gianluca ten stars we would. We met Luca right on time. He was a walking encyclopedia of all things Naples. He was able to give us an expansive historical and societal background of the area as we walked through the narrow alleyways and beautiful churches and sites. As a local he was able to point out many more sites than a typical tour guide. As we strolled down a market street we ran into his mother, father and dog who greeted us like family. Luca was able to give us real insight into the lives of Neapolitans. He left us with perfect restaurant suggestions as we finished up our tour. Kudos to Luca for giving us the perfect introduction to Naples.

28th April 2022

Giuseppe is an extraordinary guide! Giuseppe’s communication from booking until meeting us for the tour was exceptional. He greeted us warmly at our Air BNB then led us through Naples incorporating all the points of interest along the way. The depth of his knowledge of Naples history, art and geography was very impressive, made Naples come alive. Giuseppe customized the day to our individual interests and helped us avoid the crowds. He took us to the Archaeological Museum of Naples, his knowledge helped us to appreciate the history of Naples and Pompeii. Beyond his knowledge…