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"See Naples and die!"
- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Naples is a study in contrast, both rich and poor. Naples was a migrant city since its very beginning, when it was founded by the Greeks. Its original name "Neapolis," simply means "New City". A city built in layers and on hills, Naples lives with the constant threat of the dormant volcano Vesuvius on the skyline. It might lack the instant appeal of Rome, Florence, or Venice but it is a city that may well grow on you. Many visit for just a day, disembarking from cruise ships and heading straight to Pompeii, the main tourist attraction in the area, but this kind of hit and run tourism sells the city short. At least stop for a pizza!
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The city's attractions are many and it is one of the best examples we've found of a place that can only be fully appreciated with the help of a local expert guide to peel back the layers. Going underground, in many different ways, is one of the very best ways to get to know Napoli. You'll discover much of the Ancient Greek, Roman, and Bourbon periods of the city on a subterranean expedition. You'll also have an excellent base for exploring more of the Bay of Naples, with high speed ferry links to Sorrento at the southern end or the islands of Capri and Ischia and the comfortable tourist-friendly Campania Express train service to Pompeii and Sorrento.

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Where to stay in Naples

Our exploration of the best hotels in Naples brought us to conclude that the first choice to make is whether to stay in the characterful but scruffy historic old town center, where we have selected two classic palazzos (among other options) or away from the noise of the city along the lungomare, the seafront area, with a selection from 3 to 5 star hotels typical of the seafront location. Once we start preparing your customized itinerary we will present our recommended options for you to select from.
Historical Boutique Hotel in Naples
Historical Boutique Hotel
A stunning boutique hotel in 17th century palazzo in the heart of Naples. Elegantly designed and very picturesque.
Large Boutique Hotel in Naples
Large Boutique Hotel
A wide range of very nice rooms designed in an elegant, bright style. Don't miss the rooftop terrace restaurant and bar!
Classic Modern Hotel in Naples
Classic Modern Hotel
A good value option that's also conveniently located, this hotel caters mostly to business clientele.

Things to do in Naples

Naples needs the help of a local guide to be fully appreciated, but handsomely awards the curious. Foodies will surely be aware of Naples as the birthplace of pizza but there's plenty more to discover here, particularly in terms of sweet. Taking a street food tour of the city is the perfect way to make sure you're sampling the very best of everything. The city's impressive archaeological museum is the location of most of the treasures from Pompeii and Herculaneum, and a must-see after visiting the archeological sites themselves, which you can do with a group, private, or self-guided day trip. Active visitors might enjoy a trip to Vesuvius, the dormant volcano that dominates the skyline. For a break from the city and antiquity you can hop on a high speed ferry to Capri for a day or two and take an organized tour of the island's famous blue, green, and white caves. When we send you your customized itinerary you will be able to choose additional excursions to include in your vacation package or consider adding later.
Private Excursion to the Amalfi Coast from Naples
Private Excursion to the Amalfi Coast from Naples
Private Excursion to Capri and Anacapri from Naples
Private Excursion to Capri and Anacapri from Naples
Private Mozzarella di Bufala Experience with a Paestum Excursion from Naples
Private Mozzarella di Bufala Experience with a Paestum Excursion from Naples
Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius Private Excursion from Naples
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Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius Private Excursion from Naples

Frequently Asked Questions about travel to Naples

What are prices like in Naples?
A quick lunch with a drink in the center, is around 25 euros. Museums and landmarks generally cost 10-20 euros. For a full dinner, budget at least 30-40 euros. 
How can I get around Naples?
Naples' main sites are located in the city center, and are easily reachable by walking, which is the best way to explore the city. The most common way of public transportation is the subway. A ticket costs 1.60 EUR, and is valid for 90 minutes. You can also buy a day pass for 4.50 EUR, which is valid until the following midnight. Taxis cost about 15-20 EUR for two kilometers.
Is Naples safe?
Naples' center is pretty safe; however, as in most big cities around the world, pickpocketing is unfortunately common in most crowded places, including subways, buses, and tourist attractions. If visiting on your own, we recommend sticking to central areas, and not exploring residential neighborhoods.
What options does Naples have for those with dietary restrictions?
There are more and more restaurants in Naples focused on providing options for people with dietary restrictions and intolerances. Many pizza places and restaurants offer gluten-free options (Zero Zero Grano is one of them), and you can also find many vegetarian options in most restaurants.
How long should I stay in Naples?
We suggest spending at least two days in Naples, in order to being able to enjoy its immense historic and cultural richness; consider adding one more day if you're interested in a day trip.
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