Naples Free Walking Tour

What to do in Naples?



What's the best thing to do in Naples? A walking tour!

Our "free-tours concept" are based solely on donations.

The JM Walkingtour project is dedicated to all those who, thanks to our guided visits, wish to get to know the cities and at the same time contribute to the fundraising for the removal of architectural barriers which hamper the day-to-day life of people with disabilities.

Our volunteers are authorized no-profit guides and carry out their tasks for free, in favor of all those joining the program; the love for their own city and their art-historical competences make our tours unique.

We are strongly convinced, and this is why at the end of the tour we will ask you for a donation, that a remuneration in exchange for a bit of extra knowledge would be fair and gratifying for all. Thank you for your generous contribution.

Due of its peculiarity, this tour is NOT suitable for people with reduced motor skills. You may book the alternative free from architectural barriers itinerary on our website by clicking on the item "Accessible Tour".

Naples Free walking tour presentation

Naples is a one of a kind city, it is so full of monuments and artworks that only our local guides will be able to disclose them all to you, through itineraries off the beaten track of mass tourism, you will discover its multi-millennial stratification.

Starting from the highest part of the town which dominates the gulf of Naples, we will descend to the beating heart of the city, recognized by Unesco as the most extend historical centre of Europe. We will have the chance to admire breathtaking views, to see splendid noble palaces that rise among the alleys of the popular area, in the clamor of the evocative open-air markets.

It’s not easy to discover these hidden corners of the city on your own, precisely because we will start from the highest hilly point, going down little by little towards the labyrinth of the centre, through narrow streets and historical steps.

By interacting with the other participants, always encouraged by the questions of your guide, in whom you will find the answers not only regarding the history of the fascinating Partenope, but also regarding the life of its inhabitants that still today live in this city in a unique way.

During the development of the tour, there will be short pre-defined breaks, during which we will tell you the history of Naples from its origins until today.

The meeting point is located in Piazza Fuga in the Vomero district, in front of the Centra cable car stop, where you will find our guide waiting for you, with the JM Walking tour sign.

How does Naples Walking Tour work?

Please arrive 15 minutes early, so that we may start the visit on time.

There will be no breaks during our tours, we therefore suggest to wear comfortable clothes depending on the season, to wear trainers, and to carry a bottle of water with you.

Do not forget to bring an umbrella in the event of rain or sun during hot summer days.

The itinerary may vary due to weather conditions.

The tour will take place exclusively on foot, it lasts about two hours and may include a maximum of 20 participants.

The tour will end at the zone around the National Museum, well served by public transport.

In order to make the most out of our suggestions, we suggest to attend the JM tour at the beginning of your stay.

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