It's not hard to find the best pizza in Naples because it was invented here and it's a sacred, city staple. But with so much choice, you might need a little guidance, so take a look at our pick of top Neapolitan pizza places for starters. The information in this article is taken from The Rough Guide to Italy your essential guide for visiting Italy.
If you want pizza with heritage you want family-owned Acunzo which first opened its doors in 1936 and has been a local favourite ever since.
This surprisingly low-key trattoria is always busy, but the staff are incredibly friendly and, despite serving up more than 40 varieties, every pizza is fresh and delicious. Hungry for more? Try a street food tour of Naples.
If you don't mind waiting then legendary Sorbillo is unmissable. Another family pizzeria, this one opened in 1935 and is now a fixture on the tourist map of Naples. It's never quiet, but the pizzas are great and known for their local ingredients.
You'll find the original and best Sorbillo pizzas served up in the old town which is one of the most intriguing parts of the city and good base for exploring, so think about booking Domusvelata in its historic heart.
For the most traditional pizzeria in Naples, head to Da Michele in the Forcella district. It's another tourist haunt, which doesn't affect the authenticity, it simply means you can always expect to wait in line.
Go early for a seat at one of the communal marble tables here, and don't fret about which pizza to choose, Da Michele only serves Marinara or Margherita. If you feel inspired, take a pizza making class in Naples.
Find Antica Pizzeria del Borgo Orefici down a little side street, close to Naples port. This unassuming pizzeria isn't big on atmosphere and only has a few tables, but its outside terrace is nice and you can look forward to enormous pizzas.
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You'll find it close to the Museu Acheologico and, although the restaurant is large, it's always very busy, so queueing is inevitable. If you like this historic part of the city, stay in the area at Hotel Piazza Bellini.
For a friendly, neighbourhood atmosphere try Da Ettore in Borgo Santa Lucia. This good value and lively pizzeria is known for its pagnotielli (pizza sandwiches). Think about staying local at Rex Lifestyle Hotel in Borgo Santa Lucia.
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