Extending from Piazza Triesto e Trento to Martyrs' Square, Via Chiaia is rich with people-watching and some of Naples' finest shopping boutiques. The street provides access to several historical palaces, including Palazzo Cellammare, once housing internationally famous guests, such as Giacomo Casanova and Goethe. Along Via Chiaia's path, visitors should take note of Ponte di Chiaia, an arch built in 1636 to unite the hills of Pizzofalcone and Mortelle. Enjoy the high-end artistry of fashionable boutiques, blended with historical Neapolitan architecture.
Situated in the heart of the upscale Chiaia area, Enoteca Belledonne offers an extensive selection... Read more