Fried pizza is your favourite street food? Are you looking for a secret to get in a good shape eating it walking around Naples? This guide is for you.
I am sure you are agree that there is an huge difference between a common tourist and a fitness woman in search of yummy food. When we are on holiday, we women need to relax and turn off the diet, enjoy any delicacies and keep fit in shape; hence, if the idea of a vacation brings you out in a paradise of traditional dishes and walking tour to keep in shape, fear not: Naples is the right place.
First of all, what is fried pizza? It’s a food of wich neapolitans are proud of. Fried pizza or pizza fritta it’s a dish composed by the classical dough to prepare a pizza, but fried and filled with tomato sauce, mozzarella or provola, ricotta, ham and cicoli, a particular kind of cold cuts.
If you want to eat some good fried pizza, the perfect place is Gino Sorbillo, located in different places of the city for tourists who prefer street food or seat down at the table.
So, if your tour starts from Piazza Trieste e Trento, you can take a pizza fritta by “Zia Esterina Sorbillo”. Vice versa if you are walking in Via dei Tribunali or on the promenade in via Caracciolo, you can have lunch with pizza by sitting down at the table.
By walking you can explore Naples indipendently and burn fat calories. This is the Pizza Fritta’s body shape path. Are you ready?
If you have just a few days, maybe a weekend, to visit Naples, make a wise choice: opt in favour of a street food in Piazza Trieste e Trento.
Eat your fried pizza with love and passion and don’t care about calories because this tour is very challenging for your body shape. In a couple of hours, less or more, a lot of fascinating, unconventional places will fill your heart, your smartphone gallery with new selfies and some nice sharing on your social network profile. Therefore, it’s important to know the stage of this burn fat path:
in Piazza Trieste e Trento, straight ahead of you, there is “La Fontana del Carciofo”. On the right, you find a bench to restore some minutes before to start your path. When you are ready, take the direction of Piazza del Plebiscito get around it to see:
Go back to Piazza Trieste e Trento and take the direction on the left to Via Chiaia, a large pedestrian and shopping street where you can find:
Then, keep going until you get a few feet of the Chiaia Bridge and turn right into Gradoni di Chiaia, an high road with a big stairway; per se, climbing a slope road is a free keep-fit exercise to tone up glutes and legs. Go up to Gradoni di Chiaia and straight ahead of you there is Via Santa Caterina da Siena.
go straight for Corso Vittorio Emanuele and keep going for another ten minutes. During your walk, you can admire:
Keep going for another ten minutes and on the left there are Pedamentina stairways.
San Martino’s Pedamentina is an ancient path, built in the XIV century by the architect Tino di Camaino to protect Sant’Elmo’s Castle. Step by step, climbing all the 414 stairs you get in shape and enjoy the view of the different sides of Naples. The last step takes you in San Martino a place in the Vomero hill that brings the magic in your eyes and in your mind with the wonderful landscape of the city. Relax and enjoy recognising the main site of the city.
If you are at this point, it does mean that we have an healty lifestyle and the love for the good food in common. Me, I walk a lot every day and doing keep-fit exercices, especially when I turn into a tourist, balancing delicious dishes, calories and movement.
At last, here’s a list of the necessary equipment for the Pizza Fritta’s body shape path: