It is the capital of southern Italy, the third most populated city with 2 millions of inhabitants.
Hundreds of churches, the archaeological museum, the opera’s house (St. Carlo), the royal palace and the Angevin Castle are the musts to be visited.
Naples is also the city of restaurant and pizzerias, with the most classical local dishes, and perfect for shopping along the Via Chiaia and Via Dei Mille all the to Piazza Dei Martiri.
Steeping down to the sea from the state road, the picturesque town is also known as the Christmas Crib. Positano’s architecture is very Moorish like in domes of the all local houses.Read More
One of the most beautiful place to visit is Capri, featured by limestone rocks. It is famous since the roman age as the residence of the Emperors Augustus Caesar and Tiberius.Read More
Considered the hearth on Amalfi Coast, was the first Maritime Republic in Italy. Not to be missed the Cathedral dedicated to St. Andrew, the cloister of paradise and the Emerald Grotto.Read More
Nowadays is an international holiday resort, also greatly appreciated for the particular geographical aspect.Read More
Placed at the end of Sorrento is a quiet place for relaxing holidays. It is also the departure point for walking excursions to Termini and Punta Campanella which is the final stretch of the Peninsula right in front of Capri.Read More
Ischia is well know for its lush vegetation as the green island. It is also the only island in the bay with sandy beaches.Read More