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Large as Naples is, it’s easy to get to the sights you want to see on foot, allowing you to experience one of the city’s greatest allures—its street life. From Piazza Trento e Trieste, with the magnificent Teatro San Carlo and Galleria Umberto I, Via Toledo/Via Roma, leads north. To the left is the Quartieri Spagnoli, a neighborhood of tightly packed narrow lanes, while to the right, just beyond Piazza Dante, is the atmospheric historical center of the city, where many of the churches you want to see face airy piazzas. At the northern end of Via Toledo, about a 10-minute walk beyond Piazza Dante, is the celebrated Archaeological Museum.

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