The architecture of Umberto I corridor is similar to that of Viktor Emanuele II corridor in Milan. It is also characterized by beautiful marble floor and huge iron frame and stained glass vault. The vault space of the corridor is vast and magnificent. The corridor is full of rich neo-Renaissance decorations, and the marble floor has the pattern of stars and compasses. The Umberto Corridor, named after Umberto I, has a transparent glass roof similar to the Gallery of Emmanuel II in Milan, a cross-shaped plane with a dome in the middle. The ground is a beautiful mosaic patchwork, which is the center of Naples'social life.
Under the darkness of night, Umberto I's arcade was ablaze with lights. Standing under its huge dome, it seemed as if it had entered a magnificent castle. Below the arcade, there are shops and cafes of all kinds. In the food cabinet at the entrance of each cafe, there are all kinds of pizzas, which show that this is its real home. Buy an original and a cheese sausage for today's dinner, the original pizza taste a little strange, just pasta coated with tomato sauce, may not be very Chinese taste, cheese sausage pizza is the kind of domestic common, but compared to Pizza Hut delicious too much.
Maybe it's because I thought so much about it before I came here, but I'm a little disappointed after that. But think if you came here hundreds of years ago, it would be very shocking. The glass corridor, which combines the most beautiful blue sky and white clouds in Naples with commercial art, should be very admirable.
The same corridor appears in different European countries, but this corridor can be counted as a long history, first-class art decoration, large specifications, a large space. Every corner can let you find exquisite sculptures, abundant light, luxurious and exquisite southern Italian architecture, it is worth visiting.
Umberto I corridor, modeled on the Milan Emanuele II corridor, has not many shops, most of which are small restaurants or cafes.