Ten must-visit places in Naples
Serene, colourful and completely enchanting: Amalfi is one of the main towns in the region and the namesake of the Amalfi Coast.
A picturesque alley in the heart of Naples, Via San Gregorio Armeno is known for its artisan shops selling handcrafted pastori, or nativity figurines.
Positano is a romantic little town on the Amalfi Coast whose colourful houses cling precariously to the hillsides overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Known as the gateway to the Amalfi Coast, Sorrento is beautiful, charming and full of lemon trees - and one of Italy's top tourist destinations!
A 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.
Pompeii was an ancient Roman city that was buried alive in the enormous volcanic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. Discover its fascinating history!
Herculaneum was an Ancient Roman city that suffered the same fame as Pompeii when the volcanic eruption of Vesuvius buried it in the year 79 AD.
Built when Naples was under Spanish rule, the Palazzo Reale is home to lavishly decorated royal apartments, a lavish theatre and a chapel.
Mount Vesuvius is one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world, famous for its eruption in 79 AD which buried Pompeii and Herculaneum alive.
Hidden under the streets of Naples, Napoli Sotterranea holds the key to understanding the city's history. Explore the fascinating tunnel system!