A guided exploration of the unique architecture, street art and street food of Naples.
Once the capital of a kingdom, Naples––in addition to breathtaking antiquities, royal palaces and stellar museums––boasts a bountiful contemporary art scene, rich in creative street art.
Artists from all over the world have been inspired by the crumbling walls of Naples and have expressed their inspiration on the city’s ancient facades, adding modernity and creativity all whilst respecting and maintaining the city’s ancient and honorable past intact.
While exploring the contemporary street art scene in and out of alleys and grand piazzas away from the hustle and bustle of the city center, guests taste the city’s representative street foods, finding a glimpse of the city’s daily life, ancient traditions and hidden treasures with every mouthful.
Guests have the rare opportunity to admire notable temporary and permanent pieces by artists such as Banksy, Jorit Agoch, ExitEnter, Alice Pasquini, Cyop&Kaf, Blu, Francisco Bosoletti, CDO and Rosk&Loste.
Along the way guests taste traditional street food snacks, or recently-invented street food recipes.
Leading our street food and street art walks are local art historians, archaeologists and historiographers, passionate individuals who are proud to share their city’s gems.
- Guests have the rare opportunity to admire notable temporary and permanent pieces by artists such as Banksy, Jorit Agoch, Exit Enter, Alice Pasquini, Cyop&Kaf, Blu, Francisco Bosoletti, CDO and Rosk&Loste.
- Along the way guests taste traditional street food snacks, or recently-invented recipes including cuoppo (a paper cone filled with assorted fried treats), pizza a portafoglio (pizza baked in a wood-fired oven and folded to become portable), crocché, palle di riso, zeppoline, calzoni, montanare, ciurilli and taralli.
- Those interested in trying centopelli, ‘o pere e ‘o musso and other typical nose-to-tail specialties of Naples, can sample the offal the city is famous for.
- We bid farewell to the street art and street food of Naples on a sweet note, savoring sfogliatelle and gelato.
Key Points to Consider
- Comfortable walking shoes are recommended.
- Bring a small reusable shopping bag to pick up treats at food stops.
- Tours operate in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately.
- In summer we suggest wearing a hat and sunscreen, and carrying a small reusable water bottle.
- We also suggest bringing something to cover your shoulders if you plan on entering churches.
- Please notify us in advance of any food allergies and aversions.
The length of the tasting is 3 hours.
Start time is flexible, suggested start time for this experience is 10:00 am or 4:00 pm
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Casa Mia Tours helped us fall in love with Naples! It was like wandering through the city with a friend, pausing here and there to learn a bit about the history, traditions and customs of the city and of course eating all the wonderful food. As it was a private tour we could do and go wherever we fancied and we loved it!AliwalsUK