Naples is not just history, culture, art music and tradition but much, much more. It is unique not only for its beauty, but also for the liveliness and friendliness of its people.” Visit Naples and die”, from whatever direction you arrive, you will be struck by the view of Vesuvius which looms over one of the most attractive gulfs in the world. A unique vision of alleyways in which you taste the odours of the city, alleyways which are open to the houses of the Neapolitans, almost as if you can feel their heartbeats. The warmth of an unparalleled city.
They say Visit Naples and die to highlight how beautiful the city is and that after visiting Naples, with its beauty and fascination, there is no need to ever see another city!
Naples is the third largest city in Italy and thanks to its wealth of art and culture was adopted by UNESCO in 1995, together with its entire historic centre, as a World Heritage Site.
Its history is ancient and dates back to the 9th century B.C.
During the time of the Roman Empire it reached the apex of its splendour, being much liked for its beautiful coastline, islands and luxurious spas. After the Roman period the city underwent various invasions, the most important being that by the Spanish. In fact, a part of the old city is even today called the Spanish Quarters. If you visit Naples you cannot leave without seeing the San Gennaro Cathedral, where two ampules of the saint’s blood, which liquefy three times a year, in May, September and December, have been keptfor centuries or visit the Museum of Capodimonte, or the Royal Palace or walk along Via Toledo.
Visit Naples! Naples is also to eat a pizza or a sfogliatella, to walk along the sea front and go into the Castel dell’Ovo and to experience the friendliness, the folklore and geniality of the Neapolitan population.
Naples is not only what you see on the outside, under buildings, streets and churches there is another Naples, a subterranean version. As they say of Naples, the more you know her, the more you fall in love with her!
Visit Naples, staying at Dimora Salernum, you can reach the capital of Campania in 45 minutes.
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