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Naples is a city that knows how to captivate visitors not only with its artistic beauty but also with its endless shopping possibilities. Every neighborhood offers a unique experience, from the refinement of Chiaia and via dei Mille to the authentic charm of the historic center or Vomero district.
For those who love luxury fashion and international brands, a walk along the streets of Chiaia and via dei Mille is an unforgettable experience. Here you will find high-end fashion boutiques, luxury boutiques and jewelry stores offering exclusive products. Walking these streets means immersing yourself in an elegant and refined world, where the beauty of clothing and accessories is truly breathtaking.
But Naples is also a city where budget shopping is truly an art. Streets like Via Toledo or Corso Umberto offer a wide selection of clothing and accessory stores with accessible prices. Here you can find local boutiques, artisans and gift shops offering unique and original products.
But it's not just the vast selection of products that attracts visitors. Naples is also a city where shopping becomes a true experience, thanks to the beauty of the streets and neighborhoods that compose it. Walking through the narrow streets of the historic center or large squares of Vomero is a unique experience, where the beauty of historic architecture blends with the lively and colorful atmosphere of shops and markets.

Via dei Mille and Via Filangieri

Via dei Mille and Via Filangieri are two of Naples' most famous and prestigious streets, located in the Chiaia district. Here you will find some of the most renowned high fashion boutiques in the world, with a wide selection of clothing, footwear, accessories and luxury jewelry.
If you love luxury fashion and beauty, a stroll along Via dei Mille and Via Filangieri is an experience not to be missed. Here you can find unique, highest quality products but also immerse yourself in the beauty and liveliness of the Chiaia district, one of Naples' most fascinating neighborhoods.

Via Chiaia

Via Chiaia, connecting Piazza del Plebiscito with Piazza dei Martiri, is one of Naples' most famous shopping streets. Completely pedestrian, it is a must for those seeking refined shopping.
Here you will find both high fashion boutiques and elegant stores but also excellent gelaterias, cafes and street food venues to satisfy your culinary needs between purchases.
A stroll along these streets will make you feel like you've entered an enchanted place, where architectural beauty blends with the elegant, chic atmosphere of the boutiques.

Via Toledo

Via Toledo is one of Naples' busiest streets, entirely pedestrian and full of shops of all kinds - there is certainly no shortage of choice.
But shopping isn't the only draw - here you'll also find famous cafes like Luise and two branches of historical artisan chocolatier Gay Odin, as well as famous gelateria Casa Infante and their delicious taralli biscuits. A walk along this artery allows you to immerse yourself in Naples' vivacious beauty.

Corso Umberto

Corso Umberto, also known as Rettifilo, is about a kilometer-long street connecting the Centrale train station in Piazza Garibaldi to Piazza Bovio, home to the Stock Exchange. Here alongside chain stores you'll discover many local businesses offering clothing, accessories and shoes at accessible prices. During sales periods, this is the preferred Neapolitan street for bargains thanks to the many convenient offers available. The quality-price ratio is always excellent!

Historic Center

The streets of Naples' historic center like Via Benedetto Croce, Via San Biagio dei Librai and Via Mezzocannone are perfect for characteristic shopping. Here you will find gift shops, artisanal clothing, bookstores and venues selling typical gastronomic products like pasta, limoncello, sweets and more. You can also buy souvenirs reproducing typical Neapolitan characters like Pulcinella and folkloristic musical instruments like the tambourine.
A stroll through these streets will reveal Naples' true spirit and unique, fascinating culture. Unmissable!


Via Alessandro Scarlatti and Via Luca Giordano are two of the main streets in the Vomero district, Naples' hillside neighborhood, perfect for elegant shopping but not exclusively.
Walking along the Vomero streets is always pleasant and there are many opportunities to shop or simply browse, as it is always very lively.

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