Beautiful glass domed shopping area with nicely painted interior facades. Also, nice mosaics on the floor. Unless you're in to shopping here, just do a quick pop-in and continue on your way. It's definitely worth a short stop.
This gallery is beautiful the glass dome is amazing. There are mosaic on the floor at the centre depicting the signs of the zodiac. At the moment they are cleaning the inside it is very interesting to see how dirty it had become. It will look even more amazing when all the work is done. There is cake shop at... 更多
As we saw at the times in Milano the great Gallery of Vittorio Emanuele II,that is, the public shopping gallery, we encountered ourselves with the similar edifice here in Naples. It is located across the very important traffic artery, i.e. Via Vittorio Emanuele II, from the Teatro di San Carlo. There are many of modern architectural elements used for building... 更多
In the middle there is a mosaic for every zodiac sign. Greatest tourist attraction ever. Go there and get a cool picture with your horoscope! (You cant do this in Milan,sorry). While u are there, don't forget to be amazed by the artwork of the building. Look up!
Very romantic and well maintained hotel close to both harbour and old town sightings. Very fine and personal service. Nice touch with the early evening aperitiff for hotel guests. If we go to Naepels again it is defintely worth to stay here one more time.
The Galleria Umberto I has a beautiful grand old architecture. A glass dome ceiling brings in a lot of natural light. It is an early version of a multi-use mall, meant to combine businesses, shops, cafes/restaurants, and social life. It is similar in design to the Galleria in Milan (which we had also visited). However, this Galleria was quite run-down... 更多
The Galleria Umberto was getting some work done when we visited but the domed glass ceiling was still magnificent. There are all the signs of the zodiac in tiles on the floor which are colorful and beautifully designed. It is definitely worth a visit.
This was built as an indoor mall back in the late 1800's and it is really an interesting piece of architecture. It was raining when we walked in and toured around and shopped a bit. This is definitely worth a look while walking around Naples.