Welcome to Naples the rebel! A city with a sulphurous reputation, the third largest city in Italy, Naples is a passionate city, a city that can be experienced as much as it can be visited. The main city in southern Italy, it is often contrasted with the rich cities of the north. Rightly and wrongly. Naples is a rebellious woman. She boils like Vesuvius who watches over her, and at the same time threatens her. In the heart of its historic centre, cars and vespas compete in noise. And the San Paolo stadium, probably the noisiest football stadium in Italy, is both a furnace and a theatre. If the Neapolitan atmosphere is unique, so is its heritage. The old centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its charming alleys can testify to this. Its palaces and buildings are marked by the passage of the Greeks, Normans, Spaniards and Bourbons. So many occupants to whom the Neapolitans resisted. More original, you can also venture into the catacombs of the Neapolitan city. But a sightseeing tour of Naples does not stop in the city. The Bay of Naples, one of the most famous in the world, faces the famous islands of Capri, Ischia and Procida. The historic sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum on the slopes of Vesuvius, easily accessible, are also essential. And to eat, what could be better than a fish or a pizza? we might advise you to go there just to eat. Choosing the Campania region for a short stay in Italy means enjoying an enthusiastic destination, both in terms of the hospitality of its people and its climate. That's simply it, Naples, a city full of contrasts, of magnificent landscapes between sea and mountains. Generous by the richness of its gastronomy and culture. Immerse yourself in your Naples guide now to immerse yourself in Neapolitan customs, and packing your suitcases here is a must when visiting southern Italy. The southern capital is not just a rebel, it is a must! Remember to get some height before leaving it!
Head towards the Carthusian monastery of San Martino to have a view of the horizon of Naples!
Vedi Napoli e poi muori! ("See Naples and then die!")