The historic center of Naples was recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site since 1995.
Our Naples tour will cover all of the must-see places: the Angevin, Castel dell’Ovo, the Royal Palace, Piazza Plebiscito, the Chapel of Sansevero, the Galleria Umberto I and the museum of Capodimonte, the National Archaeological Museum and the museum of San Martino.
There will be a walk in the shopping streets, Via Toledo and Via Chiaia, and we may have a coffee on the beautiful waterfront of via Caracciolo.
Another interesting place worth visiting is the “Napoli Sotterranea” (underground Naples), a mysterious place which came out over the years , when the raw materials for buildings were extracted from the underground of the city.
From a gastronomical point of view, we must not forget that this is the home of pizza and typical Mediterranean cuisine, enough said.
Naples, given its geographical position, has always been a meeting point in the Mediterranean sea; it was founded by the Greeks in the eighth century BC and named “Neapolis” (which means “new city”).
Here begins the life of a city that still shows the signs of the cultures that succeeded one another over the centuries, from the Romans to the Habsburgs, Angevin and Aragonese. The overlap of these cultures is visible even in the architecture of the city.
Naples is still a lively city, with the typical Neapolitan warm-hearted, friendly attitude.