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Naples is Italy’s third largest city and the largest city in southern Italy. With world-renowned historical and archaeological sites, plentiful dark blue sea and culinary expertise, there is never a dull moment in Naples. With its myriad of candy-coloured buildings and breathtaking landscapes, this beautiful place is certainly one to tick off your bucket list.

UNESCO World Heritage Site

Naples offers something for everyone, and its historic centre is a perfect example of this. The centre has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is one of Europe’s most ancient cities, home to monumental treasures including Church of Santa Chiara and Castel Nuovo. The layout of the narrow streets, piazzas, churches and castles make up this beautiful city’s unique charm. It is recommended to visit Museo Archaeologico Nazionale if you are interested in a little bit of history. Here you will find some beautiful mosaics as well as an astonishing collection of artefacts from Pompeii.

Mount Vesuvius

Vesuvius is Europe’s only remaining active volcano overlooking Naples city. The volcano is well-known for its eruption in A.D 79 devastating the Roman cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum where thousands of people were killed. Mount Vesuvius has been listed as a national park since 1955 and is now a popular attraction amongst tourists visiting Naples and other surrounding areas. The park has a selection of nature trails winding around and up to the volcano which are great if you love to hike. Alternatively you can take a 4x4 the rest of the way up to the summit to admire the amazing views of the crater with steam rising from the cracks. Hire an audio guide for a true insight into the history of Mount Vesuvius.

Things to do in Naples

On the beach in Naples

The city of Naples is balanced on a small bay and its beaches along the Gulf are generally rocky, so if you are looking to relax on soft sand, it’s recommended that you take a day trip to nearby Ischia. You can catch a ferry there from the bay, and it’s the ideal place to kick back, relax and enjoy the intense blue sea washing up on the long stretches of honey-coloured sand backed by rich green hills.

Top Tip: The main beaches in Ischia are very popular and can sometimes get busy. Ischia is full of secluded coves, so take a walk (or a water-taxi) to discover some beaches which are more peaceful.

Eat and drink in Naples

Naples is bursting with some of the best food in Italy and is the birthplace of the world-famous Neapolitan Pizza. Naples is a heaven for die-hard pizza fans and you’re never too far from an oven serving up freshly made pizzas with the delicious baking aromas filling the air. However it is not all about the pizza. The rich volcanic soil together with the warm climate, make for the perfect conditions to grow some of Italy’s highest quality fruit and vegetables such as the San Marzano tomato grown at the base of Mount Vesuvius. Naples is at the heart of the coffee culture, so begin the day with a fresh Italian coffee whether it be a ristretto or an espresso, or take a break from all the walking in a quaint coffee shop to enjoy a traditional latte or cappuccino. You must also stop by a gelato parlour and choose your favourite fruity or creamy ice cream.

Top Tip: Street food is becoming increasingly popular in Naples, and at reasonable prices, this is a perfect way to fill yourself up whilst on the go.

Naples Nightlife

Naples is a bustling city with one of the most energetic nightlife scenes in Italy, and is home to a wide variety of establishments from sophisticated wine bars to booming nightclubs. Parts of the city offer different kinds of nightlife from cheesy Italian bars down narrow streets, to lively modern venues in Via Cisterna dell’Olio. Piazza Bellini boasts some brilliant bars where you can enjoy live music and there are also many restaurants, bars and nightclubs near the docks.

Top Tip: Many top clubs and bars close in July and August and move to out of town open air locations where the parties will continue.

Shopping in Naples

Naples is one of Italy’s less expensive cities and you can make a choice between shopping for high-end designer brands in Via Dei Mille or Via Chiaia, or head to the lower-priced shops in Via Roma, one of Naple’s longest shopping streets where you will find cheaper stores such as boutiques and chains, and maybe even pick up a bargain at a flea market.

Top Tip: Watch out for people standing on corners of the street trying to sell goods, usually gadgets for unbelievably cheap prices. This scam is popular in Naples, usually targeting tourists.

Things to see in Naples

Naples is a cultural melting pot, and no trip is complete without a tour of the ancient ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum, the two Roman cities destroyed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in A.D 79. The cities were covered in six metres of ash and lava which crushed homes and buildings. Today, the ruins have been uncovered so that visitors can experience a taste of what Roman life was like by walking down the streets and browsing around old houses, shops and temples to see a recreation of the past. When you buy your ticket, you can also opt for an audio guide where you can follow the map provided and visit the numbers posted around the site, narrating useful information allowing you to make the most of your trip.

Another popular attraction to visit in Naples is the Palazzo Real or the Royal Palace to see how the other half lived. Located in central Naples, the entry price is reasonable and you can observe a fair share of exquisite décor and stunning tapestries and artwork. The grand staircase is also sure to make your jaw drop!

Top Tip: Trying to tackle both Pompeii and Herculaneum in one day may be tricky. It is recommended that you spend a whole day in Pompeii, and make a separate trip to Herculaneum.

We Recommend

Ristorante La Fazenda

Located on the west side of Naples, this traditional restaurant is located in a quiet area and offers some delicious Italian favourites such as spaghetti, fresh seafood and well-prepared meats. Enjoy your food out on the patio whilst absorbing the beautiful views of the bay and watching the world go by.

Velvet Zone

This historic underground club is perfect for both young and old generations who just love to party. Different genres of music are played each night, so you can expect anything from rock and house to techno and 80’s classics. This club stays open until the early hours so let your hair down and dance all night long.

Fast Facts

· Currency – EUR

· Time Zone – GMT + (1)

· Travel Time – Naples International (NAP) – 2 hours 40 minutes (London)



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10/10 Amazing

22 October 2013

Brilliant city

Love naples do go to see family but shops are great along with cafés and restaurants

The best thing about my stay was ...

Food shopping

8/10 Great

04 April 2012

Do not be put-off by misleading information

Naples is a diverse and vibrant city with everything for all types of visitors. With easy access to UNESCO heritage sites, picture post card islands and resorts, to a genuine working town with a wide range of affordable bars and restaurants. Transport links are good. Travel direct from several UK cities direct with Easyjet & BA to the modern airport located 15-minutes from the city centre, flight times make it a good choice for a long weekend break.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Location & history

7/10 Good

16 August 2017

Give it a chance!

Big, loud, smelly, brash, scary, busy.....but when you spend a little time you will find it is a fantastic city. Great for shopping with prices to satisfy every budget...and the same goes for food. Stroll around the historical area (in daytime!!!) and see some excellent architecture. If only it was appreciated it enough so as not to have graffiti everywhere. There is scope for luxury around the port area as well as exploring islands, Amalfi Coast and Pompeii. Choose accommodation wisely, as some locations don't feel safe after dark. Overall, this is a city that will grow on you in time. First impressions walking from the train station do not do it justice

The best thing about my stay was ...

Architecture, view from the hill, food

6/10 Good

23 October 2010

Dirty city

It was very disappointing to see so much rubbish strewn around.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Amalfi coast.

6/10 Good

15 April 2012


Great city,bay of Naples is a very beautiful location. City is noisy, and in some places lots of rubbish in the streets, but if youu are interested in history, one of the most interesting cities it is one of the best locations in europe. Watch out for being ripped off. At my first visit to a cafe the waiter overcharged me for a coffee then tried to short-change me. I gave a 5 euro note for a 2 euro 40 coffee and he tried to give me 2 euros 10 as the correct change. Only after his wife intervened did he accept he had 'made a mistake'. Taxi drivers will nearly always try and overcharge you: eg. trip from airport to Piazza Garibaldi should be 16 euros, not 25, which was the price being demanded at the airport.Check your bills in restaurants and make sure the prices on the bill are the same as the ones on the menu. After a couple of days I got the measure of the place and went to shops, restaurants and cafes which (I hope!) were honest and cheaper than northern Italy. Anywhere you go in Italy, particularly southerm Italy, people will try and overcharge you, to a greater extent than other countries in western europe.

The best thing about my stay was ...


6/10 Good

07 August 2012

Naples - very dirty city but good location for touring Amalfi coast

Naples is extremely dirty with rubbish strewn everywhere. At one stage we saw a dead rat on the street. The traffic is crazy, I would not recommend driving for the faint hearted, indeed walking is difficult enough. You take you life in your hands everytime you cross the street, the traffic just doesn't stop, the drivers ignore pedestrian crossings. The old town though was lovely and we spent a lovely morning walking through the streets browsing through all the lovely goods on offer at the quaint shops. It is an ideal base for touring the Amalfi coast with a brilliant train and bus service. There are also ferries travelling to various destinations, transport is very affordable and the Italian people were very friendly and helpful.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Naples is a terrific base for touring with Sorrento, Capri, Pompeii all within easy reach by train/bus/ferry.

4/10 Average

24 September 2010

napoli is too crowded.

Naples is a very busy place with terrible traffic.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The view along the coast.

4/10 Average

18 June 2012

Dont expect much

Naples itself is scruffy with litter and graffitti everywhere. We used it as a base to travel to Sorrento and Pompeii which it was perfect for. We only had 3 nights on Naples which was the right lenght of time. Any longer dont go

2/10 Okay

20 October 2010


Naples is dirty, there is rubbish thrown everywhere. The public transport is very reliable but crammed on like sardines. The beggars can be a problem. Crossing the roads are an experience as nobody takes any notice of traffic lights.

The best thing about my stay was ...

the weather