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Naples, located in Italy, is the metropolis of the Campania district. The city is the third most inhabited town (city proper) of Italy, but the second metropolitan region, following Milan. It was established amid the 7th and 6th centuries BC by the Greeks and was titled Neapolis, which means new city. The famous hub of Naples has received the UNESCO World Heritage Site title. It has one of the largest ancient city hubs in the world, and its marvels are the 448 ancient and colossal churches, the most excessive amount in the World for a single city. A lively city with lots to see and do, a city where the huge rush of travellers such as; in Rome, Venice, Florence etc... have not happened (for now) and have consequently permitted the city to keep most of its native lifestyle, permitting you to tour a hidden jewel just 2 hours south of Rome. Its region, especially the emblematic view of the gulf of Naples (but also Mount Vesuvius, the music, etc.) is possibly one of the strongest emblematic images of Italy. Book holidays to Naples with Travel Center and gain from our all-inclusive holidays which comprise of cheap flights, affordable accommodation and adjustable booking options. We at Travel Center are committed to make sure that your holiday to Naples is memorable!


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Time Zone

UTC+01:00 hour

Airlines Flying

Ryanair, Alitalia, Swiss Airlines, Air Berlin, KLM



Best Time to Travel

July to August

Modes of Transport

Bus, Taxi, Car

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 1.36 EUR

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Naples Harbor

Naples port is split into different marinas and basins by a string of piers and breakwaters, and is always crowded with movement. Naples is the main dock for southern Italy, and the port is its heart, with stunning sights over the inlet to Vesuvius and lots of cafés and ice cream stores.

National Archeological Museum

Consisting one of the world's excellent selections of relics, most of which were carried here from early excavations of Pompeii. In fact, most of the city's creative features are here than at the site itself. In addition, it has the art riches of the kings of Naples, also the Farnese selections from Rome and Parma.

Capodimonte Royal Palace and Museum

Grown to become the royal home and a place for the king to accommodate the Farnese selection, which he had taken over. The selection comprises paintings of members of reigning families by Titian and established the base for the National Gallery (Galleria Nazionale), one of the exceptional art selections in Italy, now accommodated here.


Although dating back to the late 13th century, the cathedral has been changed greatly, you could see the saint's tomb in the exquisitely adorned Confessio (1497-1506) beneath the tall altar, and in the underground archeological region, you could view the 4th-century Basilica Santa Restituta, the most ancient church in Naples.

San Martino Monastery and Museum

This was constructed in 1325 and reconstructed in the 17th century, it also accommodates the National Museum of San Martino. It makes a great environment for the museum, which holds porcelain, an 18th-century state coach of Charles III's rule, and many ancient artefacts from Naples and southern Italy in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Catacombs of San Gennaro

The second-century Catacombs of San Gennaro, like the Roman catacombs, are a labyrinth of pathways and tomb chambers, but are more aspiring structurally and have excellent portraits than their Roman equals. There are two levels of these, and in the upper catacomb's domes are paintings from late in the second century.

Castel Nuovo

The five-towered Castel Nuovo, also called the Maschio Angioino, was the home of kings and viceroys of Naples. Its past mirrors the diverse leaders - French, Aragonese, Spanish, and Austrian - each adding and modernizing to match the times, it was initially constructed by Charles I of Anjou in 1279-82.

San Domenico Maggiore

Constructed around 1300, it's amid the most stunning and fascinating churches in Naples, packed with Early Renaissance work. The elaborate fabricated ceiling guides your eyes straight to the tall altar by Cosimo Fanzago. Each of its 24-sided chapels hold something of charm, mainly the Chapel of San Michele Arcangelo a Morfisa.

Santa Lucia

This is a region of current streets laid out on a frequent plan, but to the north, it is an attractive crowd of small stepped lanes where you could view - and belong to -- customary Neapolitan life, it would be a pity to miss this very real neighborhood of stores and bakeries.

Santa Chiara

Established in 1310, it looks more like a park in a coast resort town than a dignified withdrawal for nuns. Majolica tiles manufactured at the Capodimonte workshops, in graphic colors and vibrant patterns, engulf the 66 octagonal pillars encircling its walkway, and amid the pillars are long benches also enveloped in tiles.