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Naples: Gomorrah-Themed Art and History Tour

Product ID: 227389
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Get a more in-depth picture of the places where the popular TV series Gomorrah was set and filmed. Visit Scampia, Cappella Pappacoda, and the Decumani with a local guide and the about the history and artistic heritage of the area.
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Duration: 4 hours
Starting time 9:30 AM
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  • Walk around the Vele in Scampia, the symbol par excellence of Gomorrah
  • Admire of the work of Jorit Agoch and many other talented local street artists
  • Enjoy a brunch of Neapolitan specialties while admiring panoramic views of the city
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If you are a fan of the acclaimed Naples crime drama series Gomorrah, this is the tour for you. Get in touch with the history and artistic heritage of the areas in Naples that feature prominently in the show for a deeper understanding of this complex city and its troubled history.

Begin your tour with a visit to the famous Vele complex in the Scampia district, a suburb to the north of Naples known for its high crime rate and drug use. Check out the Vele's iconic sail-like architecture and experience the characteristic atmosphere lent by its rundown state that serves as the backdrop for a number of scenes in the series. But don't stop there. Let your guide broaden your knowledge of the area and experience Scampia as an open-air museum. Admire the impressive subway station murals of Pasolini and Angela Davis done by Italian street artist Jorit Agoch as well as the colorful boundary wall of the Antonio Landieri Stadium, decorated by artists Raro and Fabio Biodpi Della Ratta. Dedicated to the innocent victims of organized crime, the stadium constructed in the midst of the notorious "land of fires" features a turf field made from 77,000 kilos of recycled tires.

Hop on a bus to get to the district of San Giovanni in Teduccio where you can admire murals of Diego Armando Maradona and Niccolò. Walk from the neighborhood's Central Station, crossing the Forcella district, home of the "Enzo Sangue Blue Clan," to arrive at the famous murals of San Gennaro, the patron saint of Naples. Continue on to Piazzetta Giusso, where a number of scenes in Gomorrah's third season are set. See the beautiful façade of Palazzo Giusso and the charming Pappacoda Chapel built in 1415.

Afterwards, enjoy a brunch of Neapolitan specialties as well as panoramic views of the city from a terrace in the historic center.
  • Hotel pickup
  • Food and drinks
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  • Hotel drop off
  • Gratuities

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Product ID: 227389