Naples AirportLocated just 4 miles northeast of Naples city centre in the Capodichino district, the International Airport is easy to get to and to get around.
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Via San Gregorio ArmenoA picturesque alley in the heart of Naples, Via San Gregorio Armeno is known for its artisan shops selling handcrafted pastori, or nativity figurines.
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Piazza del PlebiscitoAn enormous public square in the centre of Naples, the Piazza del Plebiscito is home to many of the city's most emblematic buildings.
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Castel NuovoOriginally built between 1279 and 1282, Castel Nuovo is an imposing Medieval Renaissance fortress located next to the port of Naples.
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Castel dell'OvoAn imposing fortress located on the Gulf of Naples, Castel dell'Ovo (Egg Castle in English) has served many purposes throughout its long history.
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Cappella SanseveroOne of Naples' most visited chapels, the Capella Sansevero is home to the Veiled Christ, considered to be one of the world's most remarkable sculptures.
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Royal PalaceBuilt when Naples was under Spanish rule, the Palazzo Reale is home to lavishly decorated royal apartments, a lavish theatre and a chapel.
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Galleria Umberto IA beautiful example of 19th century architecture, the Galleria Umberto I is one of the most popular public shopping arcades in Italy.
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Naples CathedralThe Cathedral of the Assumption of Mary, also called the Duomo, is Naples' main church and home to important artistic, cultural and historic heritage.
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Naples UndergroundHidden under the streets of Naples, Napoli Sotterranea holds the key to understanding the city's history.
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Real Teatro di San CarloOpened in 1737, the Teatro di San Carlo is a beautiful Neoclassical building housing the oldest continuously running public opera venue in the world.
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Archaeological MuseumWith an extensive collection of artefacts from Pompeii and Herculaneum, Naples Archaeological Museum is one of the oldest and most important in the world.
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Capodimonte MuseumLocated in the grand Palace of Capodimonte, the Museo de Capodimonte is one of Italy' largest museums and home to important Neapolitan artwork.
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San Domenico Maggiore ChurchSan Domenico Maggiore Church is one of Naples' most emblematic churches, both for its artistic value and for its great historical importance.
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San Lorenzo Maggiore BasilicaSan Lorenzo Maggiore Basilica is one of the oldest churches in Naples.
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AmalfiSerene, colourful and completely enchanting: Amalfi is one of the main towns in the region and the namesake of the Amalfi Coast.
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PositanoPositano is a romantic little town on the Amalfi Coast whose colourful houses cling precariously to the hillsides overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea.
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RavelloTranquil and picturesque, it's easy to see why the town of Ravello is a haven for those craving peace, quiet and inspiration in a beautiful setting.
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SorrentoKnown as the gateway to the Amalfi Coast, Sorrento is beautiful, charming and full of lemon trees - and one of Italy's top tourist destinations!.
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CapriA muse for writers, an inspiration for artists and a refuge from the noise of the world, Capri is an idyllic island surrounded by impossibly blue sea.
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PompeiiPompeii was an ancient Roman city that was buried alive in the enormous volcanic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD.
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Mount VesuviusMount Vesuvius is one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world, famous for its eruption in 79 AD which buried Pompeii and Herculaneum alive.
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