4.0 34

Experience Naples with us

Southern Italy takes visitors down less travelled paths, into a world of colourful traditions, inviting tables, splendid terrain and lazy beaches. Named after the blazing Sun, our curated Naples tour includes day trips to regions of Basilicata, Calabria, Molise, Campania, and Puglia. Basilicata’s landscape is marked by rugged hills and steep valleys strewn with small towns and charming villages, where the piquant cuisine is truly delightful. There is a plethora of Naples attractions to explore along with the unique culinary experience. So, what are you waiting for? Get ready to dive into a land full of adventures that will leave you in awe with its infectious warmth.
Read more

Filter Clear All

Filters selected



Our tips for Naples

  • Plan your trip. It’s a great idea to do a little planning before you head to Naples. Booking a hop-on hop-off bus tour is the perfect way to get your bearings and check out places you may want to visit again.
    • Up Pompeii. Without doubt, any visit to Naples means you must go and visit Pompeii. The city was destroyed by the erupting volcano. It’s one of the great places to visit in Italy, if not the world!
    • Get around. One way to get around Naples and save some much-needed pennies is by taxi. That way you are avoiding the notorious traffic but also saving on the pennies for parking!

    Good to know

    Naples is widely acknowledged as the birthplace of pizza, where its traditional Neapolitan variant has earned recognition as a UNESCO intangible cultural heritage. The Margherita pizza, named in honor of Queen Margherita of Italy, is said to have originated in Naples in 1889. The city also asserts its status as the birthplace of espresso coffee, with Luigi Bezzera inventing the first modern espresso machine there in 1901, thereby revolutionizing the global coffee culture. Additionally, the Pio Monte della Misericordia church in Naples proudly houses one of Caravaggio's renowned masterpieces, "The Seven Works of Mercy."

    Frequently Asked Questions

    • Q: What is the best time to visit Naples?

      Optimal times for a visit to Naples are in spring (April to June) and fall (September to October), boasting mild weather and fewer tourist crowds. Yet, Naples welcomes visitors year-round, although summer, despite warmer temperatures, sees the highest influx of tourists.

    • Q: How do I get around?

      To properly explore Naples, it’s best to get around by foot. All the major sites of interest are in a small area, so get those legs working! An alternative is of course taking the hop-on hop-off bus tour, a great way to get around the city. You can take a taxi, which is cheaper than using hire cars. The public transportation system in the city is also a great way to get around including buses, funicular railways and trams. You can buy these tickets from tobacco shops and some newsstands.

    • Q: Any tips for staying safe in Naples?

      In terms of safety, you need to be aware you are in a big Europe city. There are cases of pickpocketing and bag snatching. So just be aware and always keep your belongings safe. Violent crimes are very rare among tourists.

    • Q: Are there any day trips I can take from Naples?

      Naples offers various day trip opportunities, such as exploring the ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum, discovering the picturesque Amalfi Coast with its charming towns like Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello, and embarking on a boat excursion to the enchanting islands of Capri, Ischia, or Procida.

    Things to do in Naples

    Cities Near Naples

    travel inspiration from guidebook

    Our website uses cookies to improve your experience. To find out more, please read our Cookie Policy. Accept