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    will let you know: mozzarella

    by anaiis Written Jun 5, 2003

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    What to buy: There are times I would kill for that true mozzarella di bufala (buffalo milk cheese). But I have yet to find out, where do they sell the best mozzarella, since until now it was allways presented to me on the table, ready to be eaten alive, and there was huge silence about where it came from and no time to ask. My next trip to Naples is in July and I promise to find out everything. This cheese is not like plastic tasting substitute they are trying to sell to you elsewhere under the name of mozzarella. Its divine, soft, melting, you could eat entire ball by yourself.

    What to pay: Pay all you've got.

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  • heaven

    by maybetara Written Mar 21, 2003

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    Naples is shopping heaven. Shoes, bags, clothes, accessories are available in a wide variety of prices and styles, and are generally classy or trendy. Men and women dress beautifully and take great care with their appearance

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    Market area and upper naples

    by travelnut71 Written Feb 13, 2003

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    Like I previously decribed, for good and cheap food and coffee, bargains in clothes and local hangouts, try the market area, for name brand shopping, more in a modern setting take the funicular from this old market and you will arrive to the upper more modern shopping setting in 5 minutes for a cheap price!

    What to buy: Anything you can imagine...

    What to pay: Not much!

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    Spagnuolo: Capodimonte is famous for some reason....

    by sargentjeff Updated Dec 1, 2002

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    Capodimonte Store in Naples

    This little shop is in the heart of Naples in Spaccanapoli. Don't ask for addresses, because you couldn't use an address to find it any way. It's just down the street from the Piazza Del Gesu walking towards the Duomo. This street is always crowded with university students and tourists. One of the best parts of the city. My wife's Sociology department is on this street as well.
    The shop sells the famous Capodimonte Porcelan for about half of what you'd pay elsewhere. The owners are really friendly.

    What to buy: Buy a Capodimonte of Pulcinella for a real souvenier of Napoli. Pulcinella is the mascot of the city, and is characterized by his fun loving, joking manner. He is never serious, and always joking.

    What to pay: The Pulcinella cost us only 15 Euro.
    The URL listed below is not affilitated with the store, but there as a reference on this fine porcelan.

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    Spagnuolo: Capodimonte is famous for some reason....

    by sargentjeff Written Dec 1, 2002
    Capodimonte Store in Naples

    This little shop is in the heart of Naples in Spaccanapoli. Don't ask for addresses, because you couldn't use an address to find it any way. It's just down the street from the Piazza Del Gesu walking towards the Duomo. This street is always crowded with university students and tourists. One of the best parts of the city. My wife's Sociology department is on this street as well.
    The shop sells the famous Capodimonte Porcelan for about half of what you'd pay elsewhere. The owners are really friendly.

    What to buy: Buy a Capodimonte of Pulcinella for a real souvenier of Napoli. Pulcinella is the mascot of the city, and is characterized by his fun loving, joking manner. He is never serious, and always joking.

    What to pay: The Pulcinella cost us only 15 Euro

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    Spognuolo: Capodimonte is famous for some reason....

    by sargentjeff Written Dec 1, 2002

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    Capodimonte Store in Naples

    This little shop is in the heart of Naples in Spaccanapoli. Don't ask for addresses, because you couldn't use an address to find it any way. It's just down the street from the Piazza Del Gesu walking towards the Duomo. This street is always crowded with university students and tourists. One of the best parts of the city. My wife's Sociology department is on this street as well.
    The shop sells the famous Capodimonte Porcelan for about half of what you'd pay elsewhere. The owners are really friendly.

    What to buy: Buy a Capodimonte of Pulcinella for a real souvenier of Napoli. Pulcinella is the mascot of the city, and is characterized by his fun loving, joking manner. He is never serious, and always joking.

    What to pay: The Pulcinella cost us only 15 Euro

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    PROMOD: Shopping for Women's Fashion in Naples

    by sargentjeff Updated Dec 1, 2002

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    Waiting by the dressing room again...

    My wife loves this store, and in fact is one of the few stores she will buy clothes at. I like it because, first of all, it makes her happy, and secondly because the prices are pretty reasonable.
    Opening hours
    Monday : from 9am to 9pm
    Tuesday : from 9am to 9pm
    Wednesday : from 9am to 9pm
    Thursday : from 9am to 9pm
    Friday : from 9am to 9pm
    Saturday : from 9am to 9pm

    What to buy: Jeans about 30-50 Euro
    Sweaters about 40 Euro
    Skirts about 30-50 Euro
    Leather Boots 100 Euro
    You can check out their stuff on their website. This is not an endorsement, merely a tip for the shopping weary traveler.
    PROMOD is from Spain, and like Zara, has fair prices, which compete quite well with other German and Italian stores.

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    Streetside Vendors: Shopping for CDs in Naples

    by sargentjeff Updated Oct 18, 2002

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    Finding a deal in Naples

    Not really a shop, more of a little stand where you can buy the latest CDs and computer programs (all bootleg copies) for about 3,00-5,00 euro each. Just depends on where you go.

    What to buy: CD's including new releases, computer programs. Playstation games, etc....

    There are also vendors who sell cosmetics such as Lancome, Revlon, Yves Rocher, etc...

    And of course, you can always buy a fake Gucci or Prada bag on the street in Naples.

    What to pay: 3-5 euro for a CD or Program

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    Porta Nolana area: Flea Market

    by Redang Written Nov 25, 2007

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    Via Sopramuro (Naples, Italy)
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    I must say that I don't know if this market takes place every day or every Sunday morning or what; I saw it on Sunday morning.

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    Galleria Umberto I: Galleria Umberto I

    by Redang Written Nov 24, 2007

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    Galleria Umberto I (Naples, Italy)
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    Built in 1.884, it doesn't matter if you don't want to buy anything, just have a look at the ceiling and floor, or even you can enjoy a cappuccino in the meantime.

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    Any Small shop: Buy Cameos

    by seagoingJLW Written Oct 5, 2002

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    Cameo Shopping

    Be sure to patronize a real local artisan. Do not make your purchases at the commercial "factories" the tour buses to Pompeii stop it.

    Here am I making my selection.

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