Shopping and Markets

Shopping lovers will not be disappointed from Naples, a city that offers a multitude of possibilities, both of price and type of purchase.
If you love luxury shopping, take a walk in the Chiaia area along Via Calabritto, Via dei Mille, Via Filangieri and Via Carlo Poerio, elegant streets where there are the boutiques of the most prestigious brands of international fashion. Do not miss, in the Riviera di Chiaia, the historic workshop of Marinella ties.

If you prefer to shop at a good price or look for an opportunity, you can visit the historical center, in Via Toledo and along the Corso Umberto, full of windows, both large brands of craft shops. The Vomero is a popular area for shopping, in particular by Scarlatti and by Luca Giordano for the most elegant shops, but if you are looking to buy cheap buzz in hidden alleyways.
Remember that all of Naples, from Piazza Garibaldi, is full of stalls. If you like this kind of shopping you can search among many different items and prices, but be careful because the scams are on the agenda.
Naples also offers a wide variety of markets where you can find just about anything. Each neighborhood has its own:

Poggioreale – the intersection between Via and Via Nuova Poggioreale Marine Caramanico you will find a mountain of clothes, shoes and everything else at a very content.

Antignano – in the chic Vomero neighborhood, near Piazza Antignano, shoes, clothes, home accessories, and much more.

Posillipo – clothes, shoes, textiles and accessories. Frequented by many people, “well,” higher prices.

Forcella – between Piazza Garibaldi and Corso Umberto, an incredible place where you will find everything legal and not only.

Piazza Municipio – takes place every morning at dawn the flower market in the ditches of New Castle, aimed at retail customers and to the industry, is a riot of colors and scents.

La Torretta – The Tower by Giordano Bruno, Mergellina, is one of the few covered markets in the city, with food stalls, household items, clothing and footwear.

Montesanto – square and street Pignasecca. Here you will find the stalls every day.

Villa Comunale – every third and fourth Saturday and Sunday of the month takes place on the antiques market, year after year, is gaining more and more space and prestige.


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