The Chiaia district is one of the most elegant and exclusive of the city: Via dei Mille, Martyrs Square, on Calabritto, Via Chiaia, Piazza San Pasquale home to shops and major real estate prices are among the most expensive in the city. Buildings surround the enchanting Via del Parco Margherita, which leads to the hill of Vomero. The Riviera di Chiaia, an ancient seaside city before the construction of Via Caracciolo, sees the presence of beautiful noble buildings, among which is the Villa Pignatelli, with the green park opposite. In the face of buildings, extending parallel to the road, the Villa Comunale, built by King Ferdinand IV of Bourbon from 1780 and recently ristrutturata.La Posillipo hill is definitely one of the most charming and prestigious of the city. The luxurious villas and covered up, went down to the sea, the cliffs plunging into the water, the elegant buildings, a magnificent view at the same time make it a must for tourists, and a dream for residents of the city. Posillipo is undoubtedly the most famous hill of Naples and the most celebrated for its beauty, in the name already contains all the virtues: Pausilypon means "rest from troubles."