“Take a look at this city. How can you possibly hate her?”
Ed McBain (1976), Let’s Hear it from the Deaf Man, Pan Books, London, p.118
Naples is a city that never ceases to amaze its tourists as well as its own people. Natural beauties, mysterious legends, superstition, tradition, history and arts are what best features the city. Naples’ everlasting charm is reflected in every narrow alley, in its countless churches, leading museums, shimmering sea and famous cuisine.
Popular for its marvelous islands Capri, Ischia and Procida, not to mention the historical significance of its archaeological sites – above all Pompeii, Herculaneum and Baiae – Naples accompanies its visitors in an ever-changing and special journey that combines culture, taste and entertainment.