Naples of a thousand colours. The blue of the sea first of all, and the blue of the splendid gulf on which it sits, between two volcanoes, Vesuvius and Campi Flegrei.
Founded in 475 BC, the city became one of the most important centres in all of Magna Graecia. Thousands of colours of Via San Gregorio Armeno with its handcrafted cribs and unique atmospheres. A rainbow of sounds and sensations from traditional folklore in the Spanish Quarters to the elegant salon in the Piazza del Plebiscito. Here you can indulge yourself in a bit of shopping in the historic Galleria Umberto I and a well-earned break at ‘Da Michele’ to sample a real Neapolitan pizza. Last but not least, savour an authentic coffee in a ‘tazzulella’. The real, unmistakable aromas of a vibrant and constantly changing city.
A few kilometres away, Pompeii will astound you with its antique ruins. This is a city frozen in time after the historic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD, leaving intact fragments of the life of a long-lost civilisation. From the forum to the beautiful Villa of the Mysteries, you will travel back in time, to a far-off moment that was unique in the world because of its art, history and culture. Still not enough? Continue your trip along the Circumvesuviana to Herculaneum and admire the unique and unmissable sunset over Vesuvius and the sea.
Discover the wonders of Vesuvius National Park
Take part in the Festival of San Gennaro
Taste the best pizza in Naples at ‘Da Michele’
Stroll through the narrow alleyways of Pozzuoli
Breathe in the essence of Naples by wandering along the waterfront
Be astounded by the paintings on the wall of the Villa of the Mysteries in Pompeii
Explore underground Naples
Discover the Neapolitans who have made Naples loved throughout the world
Visit the City of Science
Dive into history in the ruins at the Baia Archaeological Park