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The most Italian of cities

Conjure up any image of Italy, and you can find it in Naples, arguably the most Italian of cities. Pizza, sunshine, scooters, football, and some of the world’s greatest art, all in the shadow of Vesuvius, mainland Europe’s only active volcano. Settled by the Greeks around 470 BC, the city has had an often troubled past, and the present is not without its troubles either – however, the infamous rubbish problems have been resolved, crime figures are down, and tourism is on the up.

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Pizzeria D'e' figliole

Pizzeria D'e' figliole

Locals' Pick The best fried pizza in Naples

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Massimo D'Alma

Pizza Expert

In this old style pizzeria you can taste the true pizza fritta, the so called “fried pizza”. You can just choose among four different types, all tasty and special. Grab a chair inside or have your pizza fritta on your way to the hotel.

The best fried pizza in Naples Editors' Note

Pizzeria D'e' figliole was named to honor Gennaro Apetino’s four daughters Anna, Antonietta, Nunzia and Rita. For pizza fans, this is an interesting take on the worldwide classic: fried pizza pies, in all possible variations.

A historic pizzeria, opened in 1860, this is the closest you’ll come to eating Neapolitan street-food. Pizzeria D'e' figliole is unpretentious and straightforward, always busy, especially since it manages to keep low prices for pies and drinks alike.

You can pick the classic Completa pizza, filled with ricotta, tomato, pork fat, salami and pepper; or you can choose one of the other four specials on the menu (the locals swear by the Chicchinese).

Pizzeria D'e' figliole
Via Giudecca Vecchia 39, 80139 Naples