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Maradona Tour

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Diego Armando Maradona died on Wednesday 25 November 2020. The world of football has lost one of its best performers, perhaps the strongest in the history of this sport. The city of Naples, in particular, has lost one of his "sons".

The "Pibe de Oro" (this is the nickname of the Argentine footballer) wore the jersey of the Neapolitan team from 1984 to 1991, dragging the club to the victory of 2 league titles, 1 Italian Cup and 1 Italian Super Cup.

Idol of the entire city, Maradona left an indelible mark on Naples. Here are the symbolic places of the indissoluble bond between Diego Armando Maradona and the city of Naples.
  • DIEGO ARMANDO MARADONA AND THE SAN PAOLO STADIUM
  • THE HOUSE OF DIEGO ARMANDO MARADONA IN POSILLIPO
  • MARADONA AND THE WALL OF JORIT IN SAN GIOVANNI A TEDUCCIO
  • THE MARADONA WALL IN THE SPANISH QUARTERS
  • MARADONA IN THE CRIB OF SAN GREGORIO ARMENO
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  • Stadio San Paolo
  • Posillipo
  • San Giovanni a Teduccio
  • Quartieri Spagnoli
  • San Gregorio Armeno
  • Centro Sportivo "Virgilio"
  • Ciro a Mergellina
WHAT IS INCLUDED
Authorized driver

Transportation by private car

Taxes

Fuel

WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED
Food and beverages

Stops not specified in the itinerary

Night supplement + 20% (19:59 - 06:59)


MARADONA AND THE NEW SERIES FILMED IN NAPLES
Amazon Prime Video recently released some official photos of “Maradona: Sueño Bendito“, a TV series that will retrace the key moments in the career and life of the “Pibe de Oro”.



There are many, however, the symbolic places of Maradona in Naples, from Virgilio (the sports center where Maradona loved kicking the ball as a child) to Ciro in Mergellina, where the footballer used to find himself eating, often with his whole family. . Every corner of Naples testifies to the passage of the "Pibe de Oro" in the city including: Largo degli Artisti.