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Naples - a jewel of southern Italy

Naples is a little off the beaten track for many visitors; but it really shouldn't be. This is a city of history, a region that has seen civilisations come and go, empires crumble and duchies, kings and Popes rise and fall.

Naples has been on the world map for some 2,800 years and you can see all of that history in many areas of the city. Pompeii is close as is the cause - Mt Vesuvius (which still rumbles today).

Naples has contributed mightily to the world preserve; the romantic guitar for example and the mandolin were both invented in Naples. But perhaps her biggest claim to fame and the biggest impact on the world's waistline was the invention of Pizza. (Thin and crispy please!)

Naples is comfortable pretty much all year round in terms of temperature, so it makes a great city break at any time of year. It's easy to navigate and the food is great. It has a subway system and the whole city area is a UNESCO world heritage site.

Naples has dozens of great cultural and historically significant sites, including the Palace of Caserta and the Roman ruins of Pompeii, and Herculaneum. If you've only got time for a short city break, there's plenty to see and do!


Information & Facts


Naples is pleasant most of the year, although it can get wet and drizzly in January. August is quite warm (and many places close for the holidays). The climate is typically Mediterranean with mild but wet winters and warm summers.
Summer temps average out at 24-25C and winters can get as low as 8-9C. Autumn and spring are pleasant and the wettest month is November. It only rains about 10 days a month on average so you'll be dry 65% of the time!

Eating Out

Cheap, expensive and everything in between

The food in Naples is of high quality and generally very fresh, masterfully cooked and delicious! This is Italian food at its rustic best.

The budget options - your first stop is Pizza. Neapolitans take their pizza very seriously, and only restaurants that display the 'Vera Pizza' sign should be trusted - these pizzerias make their pizzas the traditional way. Look out for ‘trattorias’ and ‘osterias’ which are informal restaurants, usually family-run. Our pick? A Taverna do Ré on Via Fondo Supportico di Separazione, Piazza Municp. Given the fact that this osteria/pizzeria enjoys a location across from Castel Nuovo, you would expect its prices to be higher. But €10 here will get you a carafe of wine and pizza or pasta in extremely pleasant surroundings.

Mid price options - your key to mid-price eating in Naples is an Osteria. Sorbillo, on Via dei Tribunali is a basic no-frills pizzeria, with clay ovens where you can see your food being prepared and baked to perfection. Considered an establishment in Naples, da Ciro a Santa Brigida on Via Santa Brigida, off via Toledo serves very authentic and exquisitely prepared Neapolitan cuisine. The restaurant has been run by the same family since they opened it in 1932.

Splurge - too easy! If you can make it to Baia, a suburb of Naples where an ancient Roman ruin lies beneath the sea, go to Batis. The restaurant is sandwiched in between the ruins of the Temple of Venus and the ancient Roman Baths (where summer operas are held), and serves some of the city's finest seafood in a modern decor that is artfully outfitted in what used to be Baia's communal bread oven.


Naples - nearly three thousand years of history!

Naples has plenty of the modern must sees - but it's also a vast repository of the old. The Greeks established villages in the area some 2500 years ago, many settlements existed before then. This rich history is on display in a number of areas.

Herculaneum - life as it existed in this ancient Greek settlement (5th century B.C.) was frozen in time when rivers of hot mud flowed down its streets from an eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in 79 A.D. This small village close to modern-day Naples is a wondrous example of life as it was. Well-preserved, excellent displays and plenty to see.

Museo Cappella Sansevero - built in the late 1500s, the Museo is a small chapel full of art, sculpture, mosaic tiles and quirky exhibits (skeletons!). The Veiled Christ in particular is worth 30 minutes pondering time as you try to work out how the sculptor managed to get stone so thin.

Museo Nazionali di Capodimonte - is chock full of old masters. You'll see Titian, Raphael, El Greco and Bruegel. Truly great collections live here and if you have the slightest interest in the best of Renaissance art you'll love this place.

Mount Vesuvius - no visit to Naples is complete without a look at perhaps the most famous volcano of them all. Vesuvius still rumbles and spits but you'll be safe, probably. Climb to the crater's edge and get a full sense of the power that destroyed Pompeii and Herculaneum.

The must see - this is easy; underneath Naples proper lies a labyrinth of tunnels, tanks and cavities that form a real city which is the negative of the city on surface. Napoli Sotterranea is a great place for kids of all ages to explore something quite different. You'll see aqueducts that fed the ancient city, excavated Roman amphitheatres, shelters and more.

21 Armeno Unrated
A stay at 21 Armeno places you in the heart of Naples, steps from Spaccanapoli and Naples Underground. This guesthouse is 0.3 mi (0.4 km) from Sansevero Chapel Museum and 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from University of Naples Federico II.
With a stay at A Casa di Nina Guest House, you'll be centrally located in Naples, just a 4-minute walk from Naples National Archaeological Museum and 7 minutes by foot from Piazza Bellini. This guesthouse is 0.5 mi (0.9 km) from Sansevero Chapel Museum..
This hotel is located in the historic heart of the city and is close to all facilities (public transport, harbour, shops, restaurants and bars) and next to the long seafront. Naples Airport is some 12 km away.||This 8-room family-friendly hotel enjoys..
Ambarabà B&B Unrated
With a stay at Ambarabà B&B in Naples (Vomero), you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Lungomare Caracciolo and Stadio San Paolo. This bed & breakfast is 3.4 mi (5.5 km) from Piazza del Plebiscito and 3.4 mi (5.5 km) from Castel dell'Ovo.
PositionWell located in the Naples Historical Centre district, the property is situated an 18-minute walk from Maschio Angioino and 1.7 km from Capodimonte Astronomical Observatory. Staff on site can arrange airport transfers. RoomsRooms in the bed and..
"Suites Lungomare are located on the first floor of an elegant palace located very close to the Partenope seafront, a central area full of the city's special character. The accommodations combine the charm of the old building in which they are located..
With a stay at this apartment in Naples (Naples City Centre), you'll be steps from Sansevero Chapel Museum and Spaccanapoli. This apartment is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Naples Underground and 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Piazza Bellini.
Located in Naples (Historical Center), this apartment is within a 15-minute walk of Lungomare Caracciolo and Via Chiaia. This apartment is 2 mi (3.3 km) from Castel dell'Ovo and 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from Port of Naples.
It is located in an historical building, with painted rooms, in a area where you can be easily connected with any other part of the city because we are very close to: Central Station and Subway, Trolley, special trains for Sorrento's coast, and airport..
The B and B Le Porte di Napoli is located right in the historical center of the city, near Porta Capuana , the ancient gate created by the time of Ferrante I of Aragon (illegitimate son of Alfonso V), who occupied the area of Sedil Capuano close to the..

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