Travel expert Natalia specially for YoutravelMe prepared 10 most beautiful places in the vicinity of Naples and told what you should definitely visit when traveling to this region.
< p> Amazing Naples – travelers often overlook it. It is not as polished as Milan, and pompous as Rome. But there is something special in it, its own style and soul. So, what is worth doing in this region first of all:
✅Enjoy the sunset over Vesuvius and visit it, and by the way, it is the only an active volcano in mainland Europe and the deadliest volcano in the world.
✅Tribunale is the most famous street in the city: narrow, long, crowded with merchants, tourists and, of course, scooters. A lot of small narrow streets go away from it, it seems that the inhabitants of parallel houses can hug each other.
. Entry to Monastero di Santa Chiara is free, and it's worth strolling the streets to see the lovely gardens and majolica tiles.
. These compositions are known to the world for their amazingly skillful reproduction in marble of flowing waves of fabric thrown over the body and face.
✅The Catacombs of San Gaudioso is a complex of underground labyrinths of the 2nd century AD. Here the first Christians took refuge from persecution, held divine services, organized underground churches. Ancient paintings and mosaics have been preserved on the walls.
✅ Swim in the Tyrrhenian. After all, the Amalfi Coast is the most beautiful in Italy. No wonder it is mentioned in Homer's famous Odyssey
✅Walk around Positano. This is a city with a cascade of colorful houses decorated with majolica and diluted with orange and olive groves, nestled between green mountains and the azure sea.
✅Ride the most beautiful metro in the world at Toledo station. Located as if under the vaults of heaven, it resembles an art pavilion.
✅Visit the famous Pompeii, buried under the ashes as a result eruptions of Vesuvius in 79 BC This is an open air museum
✅Trying Neapolitan pizza is what you need to do first of all: after all, this is the birthplace of classic pizza. ‘Pizzaiuolo’, the name given to the four-step process of making dough and making pizza, is recognized as an Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO.
I invite you to my trip to Naples. It includes visiting free attractions and neighborhoods, walking, people watching, sipping Italian coffee. And, of course, the food, because the most delicious pizza in the world, in Naples, is the birthplace of the classic Margherita pizza.