Naples is built around a curved bay and this place is home to a lot of wonderful sights such as Mt. Vesuvius. The third largest city in Italy, a tour to Naples will be a truly enthralling experience. Read more...
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The volcanic earth, abundant marine life and ages of culinary know-how, make Naples one of Italy’s best food districts. In here, you’ll discover Italy's best pizza, pasta and espresso coffee. Come home to soul-stirring art, blissful panoramas, spontaneous conversations and subtle elegance.
How to reach Naples?
While booking a Naples Tour, consider the following ways to reach Naples.
There are direct flights to Rome from Delhi and Mumbai. From Rome, you have to take a train to Naples, which will take about 2 hours. Why Air? - Air transport is the only fastest way to reach Naples.
The rail network in Europe is very organised and safe. There are a few high-speed trains that reach Naples from many parts of Europe. Why Train? - The rail network in Europe is very clean and organised.
There are several bus operators in this sector, and they generally stop at Piazza Garibaldi or Piazza Municipio. Why Road? Road Transport is an economical means to travel around Italy.
Best Time to Visit Naples
Naples has a Mediterranean climate where the winters are rainy, and the summers are sunny. The average temperature during summers is around 26-degree Celsius, and the weather during winters will be around 8 degree Celsius.
Season MonthTypePrice Range(Rs.) Spring Apr-Jun Peak Season50000-100000 Fall Sep-Oct Peak-Season 100000-150000 Winter Nov-Dec Off-Season 40000-80000
The best time to visit Naples is during the period of March and April when the weather is very mild, and the number of tourists will be less.
Discover Naples and its beautiful Tuscan landscapes along with the places mentioned below:
Must-Visit Places in Naples
Mount Vesuvius one of the top tourist attractions which are opted by tourists on their Naples Tour. There are a few hiking trails, and people come here to look at the volcano.
This Chapel is located near the city’s Archaeological Museum is one of the unique attractions you get to see on your Naples Tour. This chapel was built in 1590 as a chapel for the Sansevero family, the structure was remodelled in the Baroque style in the 18th century.
Royal Palace of Naples
This palace represents the time when the House of Bourbon ruled Naples. The Palazzo Reale represents political power and strength. Tourists have to climb a sumptuous marble staircase to view the various parts of this palace such as the court theatre, throne room and many more.
Catacombs of San Gennaro
The Catacombs of San Gennaro are three different cemeteries that have blended over the years. The catacomb’s lower level includes tombs dating back to the 2nd century. This is a top place to visit on your Naples Holiday.
This is the oldest castle in Naples. The “Castle of the Egg” as it is known, has a history to where it gets this name from. A poet called Virgil had placed an egg at the foundation before the construction had started.
Naples National Archeological Museum
This museum of Naples’ top attractions and it is the best place to view art and artefacts recovered from the Mount Vesuvius eruption. Alongside the bronze statues, frescoes and mosaics rescued from the buried sites are everyday objects like shop signs and cookware.
Things/ Activities to do in Naples
You can spend ages just wandering slowly around the historic alleyways in the historic centre along with your partner or loved one and try and remember every one of these cobblestones. On a Naples Tour Package, you get to do the following activities.
Naples is world famous for its yummy pizzas and indeed the birthplace of pizzas. You could order a fried pizza, to go – it’s deep-fried pizza dough with cheese and some meat inside, folded up and you can eat it on the go.
Wander around Naples
The best way to enjoy the historic city of Naples is to wander without a plan. Explore museums, visit the local market, look around and go shopping.
Day Trip to Pompeii
People who choose to plan a holiday to Naples do so only because it’s a great base to explore two of Italy’s very famous archaeological sights –Pompeii and Herculaneum. Usually, day-trips are taken from Naples to these two places.
Visit Giardino Bardini
The Giardino Bardini has a pergola-covered stairwell leading up to the Belvedere panoramic terrace. There also is a serene garden where you can sit and relax if you are bored of walking around and visiting museums.
Pick Up an idol for your nativity
If you are on a Naples honeymoon trip, then this would be an enjoyable activity to enjoy with your loved one on your Honeymoon Trip to Naples.
What to eat in Naples?
So while you're in Naples, you should try out the dishes that are traditionally made in Naples and that you won't find elsewhere! Here are some of those dishes.
These are very famous in the region of Tuscany and an excellent stater to order when you are on your Naples Holiday Tour.
Italian pasta is world famous. You must try this as a first course when you are on your Naples Tour.
Bistecca Alla Fiorentina
It will be a shame if you do not try this unique dish on your Naples Holiday. This is a 2-inch thick liver dish that comes along with the bone. This dish was very famous during the Renaissance period.
A very typical Florentine sweet cake commonly only used to make its appearance during the Carnival holidays. But you can find it almost all the time year-round given its popularity.
Festivals Celebrated in Naples
Maggio dei Monumenti
This festival goes on for a month, and it celebrated the rich heritage and artistic culture of Naples. The city organised exhibitions, concerts and performances for the public.
Fest della Madonna del Carmine
This is a religious celebration which starts on the night before Saint’s day. It is held at the Piazza del Carmine and continues with Incendo del Campanile - which translates to ‘burning of the church tower’.
Ferragosto is a public holiday in Italy which is celebrated on 15 August in cities like Naples. It also coincides with the significant Catholic feast of the Assumption of Mary. It involves processions of people carrying the statue of Jesus' mother, Mary in many towns and cities.