Piazza Del Plebiscito, Naples

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Address: Piazza del Plebiscito, 80132 Napoli, Italy

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Piazza Plebiscito is a square built in the 19th century. It is known to be one of the largest public squares in Naples. It lies right next to the bay and close to one section of the royal palace and on the other side it is attached with the neoclassical facade of San Francesco Di Paola church. The tourist in Naples will certainly love to see these two stunning monuments while at the square.

The Square is a landmark and a meeting place for the people of Naples and a wonderful attraction for the tourists. It is also historic as it marks the unification of Italy. The Square is also sometimes host to open air concerts. Grand and spacious you can spend lovely mornings as well as evenings here. It is a great place to begin your Naples journey at.

Piazza Del Plebiscito Information

  • A park and the playground pass through this Neapolitan landmark making it a one stop place for the tourists.

Piazza Del Plebiscito Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.

How To reach Piazza Del Plebiscito by Public Transport

  • G.Serra; Piazza Carolina

Restaurants Near Piazza Del Plebiscito

  • Trattoria San Ferdinando DI Aldo Bruno
  • Pizzeria Brandi
  • Rosati

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Piazza Del Plebiscito, Naples Reviews - Write a Review

  • It is a nice place for family and friends to take a walk. The sunshine here is perfect. It looks so gorgeous in sunny day.

  • Large open space. We were lucky to find it when the local people were celebrating dressed in traditional outfits, dancing and generally having fun. Not sure what it's like at other times.

  • Could be beautiful if it wasn't so dirty. My first time in Italy, had we not come to Rome after Napoli, I would not ever return.

  • Lovely place to sit and eat whatever gelato or Street food you've managed to find. Brilliant buildings and pristine condition. The cleanest place in Naples

  • Da vedere per capire. You've got to see it to understand.

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