Good to know (to travel happy)

Naples is a town to be enjoyed by walking, and getting lost a little bit as well, to discover authentic daily life moments, to appreciate its monumentality that evocating its glorious and thousand-year-old past as a capital town and to observe its istrionic inhabitants!

The first impact is that of a labyrinthic town, made of narrow streets and slopes due to its volcanic  territory, it takes a short time until when everything starts to become more understandable and familiar, thanks to the fact that the city centre is less spread than it can look.

I suggest you the three main points to discover and experience it:

Plebiscito / Toledo

Piazza Plebiscito Napoli

Plebiscito Square/Toledo street that is the historic or monumental centre: huge spaces, typical of the end of the XVIII century but, in contrast, as it is everywhere in town, the narrowness and the chaos of the Spanish Quarters or of Pignasecca open air market area.


The enchanting seaside from where to enjoy the sight of Mount Vesuvius, of the Bay and of Posillipo hill.

Old city

The old town which heart is in Spaccanapoli that is a triumph of churches, handicraft, devotions and superstitions: a lively, welcoming and unmissable mosaic!