Matuozzo's handmade shirts are the finest money can buy. The style is staunchly conservative, and adheres to the strictest standards of haute couture.
This is the place to purchase the finest umbrellas in the city. It is famous for its silk umbrellas, which come complete with a lifelong guarantee.
Galleria Umberto I is a shopping arcade built between 1887 and 1890. Since its construction, it became a vital commercial hub of the city, thanks to its location. Because of its proximity to important places of culture and politics, the arcade also became the social centre of the city.
Neapolitans take their Christmas nativity displays very seriously; it's a tradition that goes back centuries. This street is where they come to buy new heads and limbs, or to undertake major expansions. Ugo Esposito is a master of the art. He also produces hand-painted terracotta Pulcinellas, as well as various ...
Loveri carries everything from traditional Neapolitan mandolins to modern synths and guitars. Its premises are on San Sebastiano, Naples' celebrated 'music alley'.
An appealing little bookshop set in the Centro Storico, Eva Luna carries all manner of women's literature, along with an extensive choice of prints and postcards. The shop also hosts regular talks, music and poetry events; check the website to find out what's coming up.
Labels at this boutique are sourced from as far afield as Iceland; European designers are also well represented. The designs are elegant but unusual, the service knowledgeable and charming.
Snap up bargain-priced kitchenware, bags, clothes, jewellery, shoes, towels, linen and lots more.
You'll find everything here, from top-of-the-range brands to tat. The market is renowned for its range of shoes; there are also rich pickings among the adult and children's clothes, household goods and fabrics.
This is one of Naples' trendier markets, with stalls piled high with cheap clothes, shoes and bags. Get there early or you'll miss the best deals.
Naples' famous 'doll hospital' is a tiny shop and museum, filled with dolls, figurines, and traditional toys. Ask about visiting hours at the hospital where the 'operations' take place, in a nearby palazzo.
One of the city's oldest markets, the bustling Pignasecca sells all manner of goods: fish, vegetables, deli goods, cut-price perfume, fashion and linen, and cheap and cheerful kitchenware.
Quality writing implements and calligraphy supplies are sold here; many are beautifully packaged and make lovely gifts. There's a wide array of hand-made leather purses, planners and journals as well.
A fabulous little shop run by a young couple. You recognize good taste and quality in everything. You will be welcomed by a fantastic atmosphere, friendly cats and good music. A vintage shop managed by them is located not far from it.
This little shop of fruits and vegetables is located in the historic center of Naples. Madrenatura is a place of solidarity, inspired by a true social commitment aimed to save the crops of the area. You will be welcomed by warmth and good tips on recipes that use their products.
il Punto librarteria has gathered the heritage of a twenty-years old bookshop specializing in architecture, extending to contemporary art, graphic design and photography and programming art exhibition.