City SightSeeing
Feel Naples

Feel Naples

Naples is the capital of the region Campania. There's plenty to do in Naples, whether it's a long shopping trip you're after or a day or two spent soaking up the history in the museums, Naples has it all! It's a two hour trip from Rome, and is the largest city in southern Italy! It's famous for one of the world's best opera houses, the 18th century Teatro di San Carlo. Make sure you take a trip here and see it's spectacular interior. It's located right next to the central hub of the city, the Piazza del Plebiscito where you'll also find the dome-shaped San Francesco di Paola church.

Did you Know?

There's a lot of history surrounding Naples, in fact its history can be tracked back to around the 8th century (BC). The name Naples translated from Greek means 'new city'. However, it wasn't until the mid 19th century that the city was included in the new Italy! If you feel like you'd rather explore multiple places rather than just one city, don't fear as the city itself is split into 21 different zones, each one being different to the last so there's plenty to explore.
Did you Know?

Did you Know?

There's a lot of history surrounding Naples, in fact its history can be tracked back to around the 8th century (BC). The name Naples translated from Greek means 'new city'. However, it wasn't until the mid 19th century that the city was included in the new Italy! If you feel like you'd rather explore multiple places rather than just one city, don't fear as the city itself is split into 21 different zones, each one being different to the last so there's plenty to explore.

Did you Know?

There's a lot of history surrounding Naples, in fact its history can be tracked back to around the 8th century (BC). The name Naples translated from Greek means 'new city'. However, it wasn't until the mid 19th century that the city was included in the new Italy! If you feel like you'd rather explore multiple places rather than just one city, don't fear as the city itself is split into 21 different zones, each one being different to the last so there's plenty to explore.
Did you Know?