The Piazza Bellini is where the history of Naples all comes together, from the ancient Greeks to the Spanish conquests to the unification of Italy. The piazza is where the original ancient Greek west wall was situated. With the Spanish conquest, the Piazza gained a reputation for its artistic merit, which earned Naples the title "capital of music". Right next to the piazza is the music conservatory which has been helping upcoming artists since the 1500s. Make your way to Intra Moenia, literally "within the walls" in Latin, and enjoy a caffè al baccio, a cappuccino with nutella inside.
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