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Skip the line Included


Tour with an Archaeologist


Small Groups

Naples Ghost tour

There are ghost behind every houses, cathedrals, palaces, theaters in Naples.

Legends and love crimes that have marked the history of the city. It is a mixture of colors and darkness, between the sacred and the profane, between beauty and mystery, among the legends that have accumulated over time. They talk about some typical mysterious creatures like “Munaciello” or

“Bella m’Briana” who are used to play tricks or bring money to the people who live in their flat. 

You are guaranteed a fascinating journey through the streets, graveyards and alleyways of old Naples, where a legion of lost souls have been just dying to make your acquaintance.

This walking tour will start from port’Alba, crossing Piazza Dante, Piazza del Gesù and passing through the spirits of San Domenico Maggiore and of the alchemist Raimondo di Sangro, Palazzo Spinelli, via dei Tribunali, Largo Corpo di Napoli, via Nilo.

A tour with an archaeologist who will reveal the artistic and ghostly side of the monuments and churches of Naples, accompanying you on an engaging journey in search of restless spirits.

This tour can be customized to customers' needs and requests.







  Duration: 2 hours

   Language: English

  Groups: max 12 people



What's included

 • Skip the line and Priority Pass

 • Entrance Tickets & Reservation Fees

 • Official, Licensed, Archaeologist Tour Guide

 • Free Tour for infants (ages: 0 - 3)

What's not included

 • Drinks & Food

 • Transport




The private tour is designed for individual customers or small preformed groups who are looking for a top class service.

   Duration: 2 hours

  Language: English

   Tailor made tour


  Exclusive tour

  Skip the line & Priority Pass

  Entrance Tickets

   Official, Licensed, Archaeologist Tour Guide

  20% Off for reservations made at least 30 days in advance




• Under 18 years old, provided of ID

• Comfortable shoes are recommended

• Sunscreen and a hat are recommended

 Make sure you are dressed appropriately: covered shoulders to enter into the Churches and Monasteries



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