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An old saying goes: “See Naples and then die”.Vedi Napoli e poi muori. Yes, because Naples is truly a unique city ...

Let's start from the historic center which is the oldest and most traditional area of Naples. where the University is located and where the main monuments, restaurants and clubs are located

in Spaccanapoli is situated the famous Rione Sanità, a crumbling and folkloristic popular district, initially intended as a necropolis and which gave birth to Antonio De Curtis, "Totò". 

An old saying goes: “See Naples and then die”.Vedi Napoli e poi muore. Yes, because Naples is truly a unique city of its kind, which speaks its own language and gives the eyes wonders that cannot be described. To capture the essence of Naples you have to go there, walk through its alleys, hear its inhabitants talk and accept not to understand anything. Yes, because Neapolitan is not just a simple dialect, but a real language.

With its colorful houses, narrow alleys, shops that display the goods almost on the street, beaches, the smell of sfogliatelle that permeates the air from the first light of dawn, Naples welcomes tourists who decide to be embraced from her.

For centuries Naples was the capital of Middle Eastern Italy. For hundreds of years it has been continuously attacked by other peoples, destroyed, conquered and rebuilt. It has survived numerous natural disasters: eruptions of volcanoes, tsunamis, earthquakes, plagues. All this meant that Naples developed a very particular history, as well as an artistic and monumental heritage very different from that of other European cities.