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Naples

Naples is one of the oldest cities in the world. Often overlooked by travellers who opt to see Italian giants, Rome and Milan, Naples isn’t so much an underdog but a closely kept secret. Modest and content with its own fortunes, the city centre is an UNESCO World Heritage Site, boasting some of the most exclusive museums throughout Europe

and there are enough royal palaces, castles and churches to sate the appetite of every culture vulture. Drenched in history and home to historic sites Pompeii and Herculaneum, soak up the breath-taking scenery as you munch on a perfect pizza and enjoy the city’s rich and friendly nightlife. Naples won’t disappoint.

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With so much to do, there really is something for everyone here. Visit La Pignasecca, the oldest street market in the city,

the Cappella Sansevero, a beautiful baroque chapel and explore the Catacombs of Saint Gennaro.

Naples (Italy) weather

Five-day forecast

SUNDAY

02.10.

28°C

MONDAY

03.10.

28°C

TUESDAY

04.10.

25°C

WEDNESDAY

05.10.

22°C

THURSDAY

06.10.

15°C

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Top 5 things to do in Naples

10 facts about Naples

1.

Naples is Italy’s third largest city after Rome and Milan. The current population is about one million.

2.

Famous hit ‘Mambo Italiano’ which features a girl travelling back to Napoli (Naples) was first recorded by Rosemary Clooney in 1954. It has since been covered by the likes of Dean Martin and Bette Midler.

3.

Naples was founded by the Ancient Greeks in the 2nd century BC. Back then it was christened Neapolis, which translates to ‘new city’.

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The city centre is a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is historic, one of the world’s major cultural centres and was particularly influential during the Renaissance and Enlightenment era.

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Naples is home to the margarita pizza, named after Queen Margherita Teresa Giovanni, and the ingredients reflect the colours on the Italian flag, red (tomato), green (basil) and white (mozzarella).

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Hollywood actress Sophia Loren was born in Naples.

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There are 448 churches in Naples.

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Naples has three castles: Casel Nuovo, Castel dell’Ovo and Castel Sant’Elmo.

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The city is divided into 21 zones, or areas, and each is distinctive with its own feel. From modern city sky lines and historic centres and the bar scenes and shopping districts.

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Naples is home to both Pompeii and Herculaneum – both of which were destroyed when Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD. The preserved remains are still here.

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