The city of Naples is a chaotic, enchanting place that makes many a visitor fall in love. Here is how you can see the city on a budget.
Start the day with breakfast at Cambiovita, which specializes in organic food. Try a juice blend and a buckwheat-flour cake for a light meal ($14). After that, take a walk around the old town and drop in on the Madre Museum, home to the best collection of contemporary art in the city.
Following a quick spin, continue your walk to Piazza Bellini, where you can do some great people watching in the bustling square. Then head off for lunch at 7 Soldi, an amazing spot with outside tables that serves great shrimp and octopus, as well as pizza ($15).
In the afternoon, check out the creepy Fontanelle Cemetery, where skulls are arranged in an old quarry. It’s incredibly strange, but worth a visit.
Then go down to Lungomare, a pedestrianized promenade by the sea, for a sundowner ($5) before heading off for dinner at Acunzo, although you will have to be prepared to queue unless you arrive at the start of dinner service at 7:30 p.m. ($20)
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