What we found were beautiful people, delicious food, and fantastic art and architecture. It is not an easy city. You have to work to maintain your bearings. The worn cobblestones can be treacherous for those of us with walking issues. The cab driver told us after 3 days everyone became fatigued with the Neopolitan energy. But, 3 days, Naples can speak to all of your senses if you let it.
There is an Italian expression, "See Naples and die". We didn't die, and we will return.
Enjoy the Stoic One's photos.
These boys were playing on a canon in one of the old castles.
There were other sites besides people, of course.
This pavilion is facing the sea and is called the Fountain of the Little Blessed Virgin with stautes by Bernini.
Interesting architecture along the seafront.
These are called Cornicelli and are an amulet worn to protect against the evil eye.
The street scenes reminded me of Chinatown in San Francisco.
We had fantastic weather. Sunny and cool. April is a great time to visit Italy.