SPACCANAPOLI & VEILED CHRIST Skip the line Tour - Small group

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  • 10 hr

Enjoy a walking tour discovering the ancient historical centre along “Spaccanapoli”, you will discover all the stories, curiosities and anecdotes of the Neapolitan tradition and folklore. Visit the famous chapel of Sansevero, the most important evidence of Neapolitan art of the '700, which holds the famous Veiled Christ statue. The San Gennaro Cathedral is a precious example of Neapolitan Gothic art and Baroque architecture and, nowadays, the greatest religious reference point for the Neapolitan.

Itinerary Details

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Pass By: Amalfi Coast

Departure from Amalfi Coast passing the Amalfi Drive route.

Stop At: Museo Cappella Sansevero

Cappella Sansevero that hosts the statue of the Veiled Christ one of the most gorgeous sculpture in the world. Other than this masterpiece realized by Giuseppe Sanmartino in 1753, the chapel contains works of Rococo art by some of the leading Italian artists of the 18th century and the astonishing ‘anatomical machines’.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Duomo di Napoli

the Napoli Dome dedicated to San Gennaro and Santa Maria Assunta. The Church is a relevant Neapolitan Gothic and Baroque art. The main attraction of the interior is the Royal Chapel of the Treasure of San Gennaro. The church houses a vial of the blood of San Genanro, which is brought out three times a year, when the dried blood usually liquefies. According to the legend If the blood fails to liquefy, a disaster will befall Naples.

Duration: 1 minutes

Pass By: Spaccanapoli

Along via San Biagio, best known as “Spaccanapoli”, you will be guided to discover the more fascinating and relevant sites of this Decumano like the Chiesa di Santa Chiara and the spectacular square of San Domenico maggiore
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