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Guglia di San Domenico, Centro Storico - © Karl Blackwell/Time Out
Most exciting of all, perhaps, is the city’s dynamic contemporary art scene, with a wealth of private galleries and two ambitious public museums. Naples’ rich opera, Baroque music and theatre traditions stretch back for centuries, although the language barrier can be tricky to negotiate. Nightlife of all kinds is mostly ad lib, and for most recreational activities – aside from a run in the park – you have to get out of town.
Via Caio Duilio 10/4d,
Museo d'Arte Contemporanea Donna Regina Napoli (MADRe)
Palazzo delle Arti Napoli (PAN)
Palazzo art delle i Napoli (PAN) is an art gallery and a museum that is housed in a pink 16th-century palace located in Via dei Mille in the heart of Naples.
Centro per le Arti Contemporanee, Palazzo Rocella, Via dei Mille 60
Hermann Nitsch Museum
Attanasio Sfogliate Calde
Via Bonito 32A