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Exploring Our Neighborhood

Atelier Inès. Arts & Suites is located in the picturesque Vergini district of Naples, which is considered an “open-air museum”. It is a place full of curiosities and contradictions, where the sacred and the profane have coexisted for centuries.


As soon as you step outside the property you’re surrounded by the extraordinary and still beauty of the city’s churches, palaces and monuments, yet within a typically lively setting. The district is also home to some of the finest examples of civil architecture in the Neapolitan Baroque style – Palazzo dello Spagnolo, for example, is famed for its grand double-flight staircase.


The monumental complex of the Vincenziano is an 18th-century structure rich in archaeological, spiritual and architectural history, and developed in the ancient sacred area for Greek-Roman burials. The area is also famous for underground catacombs such as San Gaudioso, the Fontanelle cemetery, the Roman Serino aqueduct, and the church of San Vincenzo. 


The property is just 100 metres from the nearest metro station, the Museum of Archaeology and the Contemporary Art Museum il Madre, and a stone’s throw from some of the most popular spots in Naples. Our guests can also enjoy experiences inspired by the city’s heritage and culture, such as exploring the city via Vespa, private wine cellar tastings and gastronomic tours.

Top 10 sights within 10 minutes walk











Palazzo Dello Spagnuolo

2 min walk

Neapolitan baroque at its finest for Ferdinando Sanfelice’s masterpiece, a palace made famous by films of various kinds. Started in 1738, the building features soft tone green decorations and double-ramped, five-arched flights of stairs that have become iconic images of the city.


2 min walk

Carlo Leggieri founded the Celanapoli Cultural Association in 2001, which promotes the use of the Hellenistic necropolis located north of Neapolis. Buried by floods, it is currently accessible from the area between the Vergini and Sanità districts.

Roman Serino Aqueduct

2 min walk

This is one of the most impressive remaining examples of Roman infrastructure from the ancient world, and extends for about 100km from the springs to the Piscina Mirabilis in Miseno. Today it’s a space for cultural exchange and exhibitions by famous Italian and international artists.

The Vincnziano Monumental Complex

2 min walk

Is an 18th century structure rich in archeological, spiritual and architectural history, and developed in the ancient Greek Roman Burials. The oval shaped dome of the church is one of the most successful examples of Luigi Vanvitelli,s architecture.


Palazzo San Felice

2 min walk

This Rococo-style palace was once home to the family of its designer, the architect Ferdinando Sanfelice. He was a great innovator within civil architecture, as can be seen in the interesting style of the courtyards and stairs.


Madre Museum of Modern Art

5 min walk

Naples is not only home to old and baroque churches and buildings, but is also rich when it comes to contemporary art. Il Madre is the first museum for modern art located in the historic center of a city and holds famous artist exhibitions and installations from the likes of Anish Kapoor, Jeff Koons and Mimmo Paladino.


Naples National Archeolagical Museum

8 min walk

Known as the most important Italian museum in the world, the Archeological Museum has a large collection of Roman artifacts from Pompei, Stabiae and Herculaneum.


The Duomo Cathedral and Museo Tesoro di San Gennaro

8 min walk

The Metropolitan Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta is a monumental basilica, as well as a cathedral and the seat of the archdiocese of the city of Naples. It is widely known as the Cattedrale di San Gennaro in honour of Saint Januarius, the city’s patron saint.


Church Santa Maria Della Sanità and The Catacombs of Saint Gaudioso

10 min walk

Under the Basilica of Santa Maria della Sanità and in the centre of the district you’ll find the second most important early Christian cemetery in Naples. The Catacombs of San Gaudioso preserve valuable frescoes and mosaics from the 5th and 6th centuries

The Cemetery Le Fontanelle
25 min walk

he Fontanelle Cemetery is a unique site in the world and therefore deserves to be visited absolutely by those who come to Naples. The Fontanelle Cemetery is a former ossuary that extends over more than 3000 square meters. and contains the remains of an unknown number of people. The cemetery is known because the rite of the "pezzentelle souls",the adoption and care by a Neapolitan of a specific skull of an abandoned soul (called capuzzella) in exchange for protection.

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