Napoli Tours

Welcome to Napoli, a city defined by art, culture, natural sceneries, sheer beauty, warm-hearted locals, and good food. Napoli, also called Naples, is a vibrant city with endless hot spots to keep every adventurer engaged till they drop or their tourist visa expires. If Italy boasts of being one of the top tourist destinations in Europe, then there’s no doubt Napoli contributed immensely to securing that bragging right. 

The whole city is dotted with so many natural attractions and thousands of man-made architectural masterpieces- from elegant frescoes to extraordinary marble sculptures and everything in between. Head out to Pompeii or stay in Napoli, one of Italy’s finest.

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Best Things To Do In Napoli

Main Things You Need To Know About Napoli


Spring in Napoli is enjoyed somewhere between mid-March and June. The heat of summer brings Napoli its biggest crowds and it lasts from mid-June to mid-September. Summers are hot and dry, particularly July. Fall begins mid-September and lingers till November. Winters in Napoli are usually cold and wet with the rains. Winter is experienced between December and February. Napoli’s hottest months are July and August, while it experiences its coldest season between the months of December and February. The best time to visit the city is between April and early June, and September and early November.

Travelling Here

Land, sea, air, or rail, there’s always a convenient way in. But of course, air travel is better patronized than any other means of transportation. The city has its own airport called Capodichino Airport or Naples Airport. From this airport, there are good bus services and taxis to take you into the city. There are two major boat transport services that operate boat services here. Tirrenia Navigazione travels to and fro Cagliari in Sardinia and Palermo in Sicily, while MedMar Group has ferries that connect to Olbia in Sardinia, Porto-Vecchio in Corsica, and Tunis in Tunisia. There are three train stations. The city’s main station is Napoli Centrale-Piazza Garibaldi Station, while the other two are Mergellina and Campi Flegrei. There are cars and buses too that connect Napoli with its neighbouring cities. Whichever way you prefer, you’re welcome to Napoli.


Find sophisticated rooms and suites and experience the luxurious part of Napoli. From styled rooftop restaurants to swimming pools, refined dining, awesome gulf views, and complementary front desk attendants that are really nice. Neapolitans truly have a superb taste for luxury and taste. Here’s a list of 10 of some of the finest hotels: 1. Eurostars Hotel Excelsior 2. Grand Hotel Vesuvio 3. Hotel Mercure Napoli Central 4. Hotel Napoli - Palazzo Turchini 5. Hotel Paradiso, BW Signature


The Neapolitans are quite passionate about their cuisine. There might be reckless and careless drivers in Napoli but there aren’t any reckless cooks here. Their native tastes are truly delectable. From Parmigiana di Melanzane to Frittata di Pasta, Babà, I Dolci, Pizza Margherita, Spaghetti Alla Puttanesca, Sfogliatella… the list seems to be endless. You’re sure to find these wonderful meals in any of the following restaurants and eateries in the city. Here’s a list but of course, these are not all the Neapolitans have: 1. Caruso Roof Garden 2. E Pronto o Mangia 3. L’etto 4. Palazzo Petrucci Ristorante 5. Starita


Napoli may have earned a disturbing name in previous years with the Mafias and drug leaders, but all of that is in the past now. Beyond that, Napoli is a safe top tourist stop filled with life and everything fun. That doesn’t go without saying Napoli enjoys a zero crime rate, but nothing scary for tourists. Just like every other top tourist destination around the globe, Napoli also has its record of petty crimes too. Get acquainted with the basic personal safety tips for tourists and you wouldn’t have any trouble throughout your stay.

Getting Around

Funny, but one of the best ways to explore Napoli is on foot. Well, in a city like Napoli with very dense traffic, you may be surprised to realize that this might also be the fastest way to get around, especially if the distance is short. Taxis are actually the best means of getting around the city but they are also really expensive. Ensure the taxi is licensed before getting into one. Licensed taxis have the city crest on the door and you should agree on a fare before the driver moves. Using the city’s public transport is also a good way to see Napoli. There are underground subways (Metropolitana di Napoli), trams, buses, cable cars (Funicolare), and railways (Circumvesuviana, Circumflegrea, and Cumana) There are ferries too that connect to Molo Beverello, Mergellina, Island of Capri, Pozzuoli, Ventotene, Ischia, Prochida, and many other places in the city.

Top Attractions

Napoli is not lacking in natural sceneries or man-made attractions. It’s hard to vote which is everyone’s favourite. They are all exciting sites to experience. They’ve got castles, lush grasslands, beautiful architectural edifices, and more. For a head start, we’ve picked out just 15 great places you could start with on your visit here. 1. Castel Nuovo 2. Gaiola Island 3. Gaiola Underwater Park 4. Galleria Umberto I 5. Macellum of Pozzuoli

Being Local

Being a local in Napoli begins in the kitchen! Fresh, tasty, and passionate are the three right words to describe their cuisine. Pizza Margherita, Frittata di Pasta, Babà, I Dolci, Pizza Margherita, Spaghetti Alla Puttanesca, and Sfogliatella place their cuisine among the top cuisines in Europe. So if you’re really interested in being a local, learning to prepare one of these is a good point to start off. And if you happen to visit with your spouse, don’t forget to stop by Lungomare Carracciolo to lock your love with padlocks-literally.

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