Southern Italy's crown jewel invites visitors in for an unforgettable stay!

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From 27/03/2023 to 27/10/2023








5 good reasons to go to Naples

In the hills of Naples
In the hills of Naples
Get to the hilltop section of the city perched on the Vomero by jumping on the funicular. Step inside the San Martino monastery. The extravagantly embellished chapel and cloisters are simply magnificent. The monastery is home to a history museum and huge collection of nativity sets. The Castel Sant'Elmo fortress is a stone's throw away and offers unparalleled views over the city.
Conquering Vesuvius
Conquering Vesuvius
A mere 10 kilometres away from Naples, the intriguing and majestic Mount Vesuvius awaits. This volcano is still active and towers over 1,000 metres high. Climb to the top for some incredible views over the bay. Smoke rises from its crater - a sight to behold. In 79 BC it erupted, destroying Pompeii and Herculaneum.
Pompeii, the ultimate Roman city
Pompeii, the ultimate Roman city
Built in the 6th century BC, it was destroyed in 79 BC by the Vesuvius volcano. Archaeologists have discovered hundreds of shops, spa baths, a palaestra, an amphitheatre, temples and villas. The most famous and dazzling of them all is the Villa of the Mysteries. Pompeii has been beautifully preserved, and is a whirlwind trip back in time to Ancient Rome!
Idyllic coastal landscapes
Idyllic coastal landscapes
Get away from it all with a jaunt down to the Amalfi Coast between Naples and Salerno. Soak up the enchanting landscapes and picturesque villages such as Sorrento, Positano and Amalfi. Or you may prefer a trip out to the islands of Capri, Ischia and Procida in the Bay of Naples. These islands treat you to a breath of fresh air in a heavenly setting.
Tuck in to Italy's delizie
Tuck in to Italy's delizie
Neapolitan cuisine is pure heaven on Earth. Pizzas are a staple across Italy, but Neapolitan pizzas are the real deal. Try clam pasta, fried fish and veal escalope in breadcrumbs whilst you're here. For dessert or when you're craving a sugar rush, pastiera and sfogliatella are local favourites.

To see / do

Culture and history

Take a look at the city’s stunning heritage

Take a look at the city’s stunning heritage

Step out and prepare to be dazzled. From the Nuovo, dell’Ovo and Sant’Elmo castles to the catacombs, churches (Santa Chiara), cathedral, theatre, monastery, Spanish quarter, Piazza del Plebiscito, and more: this Italian city is an absolute gem. Experience the full sweep of the bay by hopping on the funicular.

Underground Naples

Underground Naples

Head deep underground for another, more surprising take on gorgeous Naples. The catacombs here are spectacular and home to some mind-blowing chambers. Continue the experience with the Galleria Borbonica, a maze of underground passageways dug out for the royal family to use in the event of revolt. End with the tunnels used to funnel water into the city, used as bomb shelters during World War 2.

Italy's most stunning ruins

Naples and the surrounding area is packed full of historic treasures you absolutely cannot miss. Castles, churches and underground galleries form the architectural fabric of the city. Hit the archaeological museum to learn more about Naples's past. Within striking distance are the world-class sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum. Caserte is less well-known, and is Campania's very own Versailles.


A night at the theatre

Naples is home to the spectacular San Carlo theatre. Inaugurated in 1737, it puts on a dazzling array of shows in a stunning concert hall. Book a ticket to see a show or join a guided tour.

Meander around the Umberto I gallery

Meander around the Umberto I gallery

Just opposite the San Carlo theatre is the Umberto I gallery, built nearly a century later. Its cross-shaped structure, dope and glass roof are highly reminiscent of Milan's Vittorio Emanuele II arcade. The gallery boasts a huge variety of boutiques and restaurants.


Fall in love with Neapolitan pizza

Nobody does authentic, mouth-wateringpizza quite like Naples. No trip to the city would be complete without sampling this local delicacy. Don't expect super-thin bases - the dough here is thick, with soft, hefty crusts. The pizza here is topped with mozzarella di bufala from Campania for ultimate indulgence.

Sweet tooth paradise with sfogliatelle

Sweet tooth paradise with sfogliatelle

Locals have just the ticket for visitors with a sweet tooth. Sfogliatelle is a dessert made from puff or short-crust pastry stuffed with vanilla- or cinnamon-infused ricotta and sometimes candied fruit. Sfogliatelle is enjoyed warm, and often served with coffee.

Practical information

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1287 km

Average temperature


18°C (max 27°C)


26°C (max 30°C)


15°C (max 23°C)


10°C (max 16°C)

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