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Exploring the Old and New in Naples, Italy

Martin Morrell Standing with taxi drivers in the Piazza del Gesù Nuovo

Photo: Martin Morrell

Is Naples frozen in a gilded past—or forging a new identity as Italy's most vibrantly authentic (and undiscovered) city?The answer: Both. A contemporary art scene, celebrated restaurants and the finest custom tailors mix with the Naples of old.

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Destinations: Naples

Inspired by: Naples Past and Present — by Guy Trebay, Published Apr. 2006

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    National Archaeological Museum

    The museum is home of one of the world's best collections of Greek and Roman antiquities.

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    Certosa-Museo di San Martino

    The monastery turned museum has impressive gardens.

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    Castel dell'Ovo

    The city's imposing landmark on the Santa Lucia waterfront.

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    Capodimonte Museum

    The Neoclassical palace houses fine and decorative Dutch, Spanish, and Italian art.

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    Basilio Liverino

    Exlpore this fascinating coral museum.

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    Fratelli Tramontano

    Beautiful leather goods.

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    Nino de Nicola

    Affordably priced and well-made men's suits and shirts.

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    Milord

    Men's wear for the hipper Neapolitan.

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    Marinella

    The city's most revered source for ties.

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    Magnifique

    Custom-made and ready- to-wear men's shirts and shoes.

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    Gay-Odin

    The city's best cioccolateria.

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    Eddie Monetti

    Men's and women's clothes typical of the Neapolitan style.

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    Borrelli

    Justifiably famous (and expensive) men's wear.

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