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Essential to do list with one day in Naples?

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Hello, my parents and I will be traveling the Amalfi coast for about a week and will probably have no more than one full day in Naples. Reading the guides, so many things sound essential, I would love some tailor-made advice! With only one day, we don't want to "sight-hop," I'd rather hone in on one neighborhood we can explore and get lost in. Even if it means skipping the best museum, we prefer just walking around and getting a feel for a place, hopefully visiting a beautiful historical sight or two along the way, but also just getting a feel for the city. Also, I would note that I am a much bigger fan of Medieval/Renaissance architecture than Baroque.

With a full day I guess we could do one neighborhood in the morning and another in the afternoon, are there any recommended walking tours for us? And of course recs. for down-to-earth trattorias or pizzerie would be very welcome.

Thanks!

mp413

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