Gran Caffè Gambrinus
Gran Caffè Gambrinus is a bar, cafeteria and historical Neapolitan pastry shop. Founded in 1860, Gran Caffè Gambrinus is the oldest bar in Naples and, consequently, part of the first 10 cafés in Italy. Gambrinus is unique for its wonderful rooms that preserve a sublime Art Nouveau decor as well as works by famous artists such as the futurist Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, or the impressionist Luca Postiglione.
Gran Caffè Gambrinus is a true and genuine institution among the bars of Naples. Including a number of distinguished guests, such as Gabriele D’Annunzio, Benedetto Croce, Matilde Serao, Eduardo Scarpetta, Totò and De Filippo, Ernest Hemingway, Oscar Wilde, Jean Paul Sartre. Also the Empress of Austria Sissi, Elisabetta Amalia Eugenia of Wittelsbach made a stop at Gambrinus on her trip to Naples in 1890.
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