Built in the late 19th century, the Galleria Umberto I was seen as the beginning of the reconstruction of Naples, the risanamento (literally "making healthy again"). Conveniently located near many of Naples' other major attractions, this gallery features plenty of architectural eye candy thanks to the work of Emanuele Rocco. The interior is intricately detailed and adorned, making it a great place to wander around and just take in its beauty. While you're there, be sure to stop by the Bar Brasiliano, where you can enjoy a traditional Neapolitan breakfast of nut coffee and a croissant.
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