This itinerary takes place in the heart of the Greek-Roman section of Naples, throughout "Spaccanapoli" (literally splip Napoli), the ancient inferior Decumano, which is one of the main road that cuts the historical center of Naples from east to west by 2600 years. Participants will admire, along with the monuments evidence of the glorious city's past, the workshops of master artisans. Today, the latter are still keeping alive the popular tradition.
The tour will begin in a pastry shop, birth place of the traditional sfogliatella.Visitors then will cross the lanes made of lava stone up to San Gregorio Armeno, the mytical crossroad where they will admire how a traditional manger of Christ is produced. In addition to this, they will visit an artisan who will teach them how to create a flower composition. The itinerary proceeds with a visit to the medieval Archeological Complex of San Lorenzo and to the cloister of the Convent annex to the Chapel of San Gregorio. From the top, participants will admire Naples and all its beauty. After lunch, held in a typical trattoria, stop at the Chapel of San Severo, where the guide will especially focus on the veiled Christ. Later on, the itinerary includes a visit to an artisan company, la liuteria Calace, which produces violins.
The itinerary is 3 km long.
·long pants (for Churches)
·rubber sole shoes
·other (no jewelry, and expensive video camera or camera)
Schedule and partecipation
Time period the activity is operational from April 15, 2001 to October, 31 2002, but to participate in the tour is necessary a minimum of 5 participants and is not possible to have more than 12 participants (maximum).
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