Piazza Plebiscito, also known as the Referendum Square, is the largest square in Naples. A referendum refers to a referendum on October 2, 1860, to decide whether to join the Kingdom of Italy. There are often small concerts and other activities in the square on weekends.
The square is in front of the Royal Palace of Naples. You can see the size of the square from the window of the Royal Palace of Naples. There is a statue in the center of the square. Many tourists in the square feel that the Royal Palace of Naples is a must-visit point, so many tourists gather here!
Piazza del Tourmaline is opposite the Royal Palace of Naples. The square is very sunny during the day. There are two statues in the center of the square. You can see the panoramic view of this square from the Royal Palace of Naples! There are not many tourists in the morning!