This walking tour introduces you to some of Naples’ best kept secrets, including castles dating as far back as the 13th century, an underground tunnel built by order of Ferdinand II of Bourbon and the most monumental square of the city. Leaving the port on foot, your first view of the city takes you back to the 13th century with the Castle Nuovo, a grim and gloomy fortress that served as the residence of the kings of Anjou, Aragon, and the Spanish Viceroys. Continuing along the Naples seaside, you’ll see the famous Castle of the Egg in Santa Lucia - with its spectacular waterfront views. Stop to snap a picture before starting your walk through the Bourbon Tunnel.
Some 150 years after Ferdinand II of Bourbon and his architect designed it, the Bourbon Tunnel "Tunnel Borbonico", offers you a most beautiful underground tour. An exciting itinerary awaits you when you find the aqueduct of Carmignano, a military path of the XIX Century, the bomb shelters used during the Second World War and buried vintage cars and motorbikes. At the end of your walk through the tunnel, you’ll arrive in Piazza Plebiscito, a noble semicircular piazza, undoubtedly the most famous square in Naples. Enjoy a classic Margherita pizza and some free time here to explore or shop, before walking back to your ship.