Naples

True, Naples has not acquired the renowned tourist Rome, Venice or Florence. and yet it has nothing to envy of its counterparts. Open-air museum, the city of the Mezzogiorno combines historic heritage simply outstanding Mediterranean charm of Southern Italy. An exciting and lively, sometimes chaotic underworld, Naples remains a real experience. But before you pack up and exploring Naples, it is highly recommended to plan your stay, because there is so much to see that it would be a shame to miss the point. Naples, founded by the Greeks around the ninth century BC. Retains traces of a long and tumultuous past marked by the succession of great civilizations and architectural styles. Because of its age, this city brings together countless archaeological and historical sites, many classified by UNESCO. With no fewer than 440 churches and thirty museums, not to mention the palace, this destination offers a real trip back in time, going back 2800 years back. Directions Neapolitan artistic and historic wealth of Naples is colossal, while the city center is a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. A side of Vesuvius and bordered by the Mediterranean, Naples also has a natural heritage of the first order. Better predict the weather for a few excursions. The historic center of Naples has an incredible number of churches, castles and palaces. You can see traces of 25 centuries of history, from the Greeks to the Bourbons. Stroll through the streets of downtown, open your eyes and also enjoy the atmosphere of the city and small restaurants. Do not miss the San Giovanni church Carbonra, the Duomo, San Giorgio Maggiore, San Lorenzo Maggiore, San Domenico Maggiore, Gesu Nuovo, Santa Clara, Santa Chiara, the palace Royal Castel Nuovo, Castel dell'Ovo, Teatro San Carlo, Galleria Umberto 1, the remains of the ancient Greek walls, the ancient Roman aqueduct.