La isla de la Gaiola es un lugar mágico; los alumnos de Virgilio, el famoso poeta de Roma, cuentan que él se ponía ahí a filosofar.
Gaiola Island is one of the minor islands of Naples, it stands within the ‘Underwater Park of Gaiola,’ a protected marine reserve.
Si nu’ babbà” (You are a babà). In short, the babà is so highly appreciated that has become an authentic icon of the city.
¡La “Sfogliatella” está considerada un símbolo de la ciudad de Nápoles y a nosotros los Napolitanos, nos encanta comerla!
It is a delicious pastry filled with whipped cream or a special custard mix. The Sfogliatella is a symbol of the city and Neapolitans love it
Guys, have you already visited “Castel Nuovo”? It is the venue of cultural events and also houses the Municipal Museum.
Plaza Plebiscito tiene una forma semicircular, su basílica que se llama Basilica di San Francesco di Paola fue edificada en el siglo XIX.
Plebiscito Square has a semi-circular shape, its church, the San Francesco di Paola church was built in the XIX century by the order of king Ferdinando I.
Naples is its birth place, so when you try a Neapolitan pizza you are tasting the authentic one. Pizza is something that we take seriously in Naples!
Naples is a city with life and it is one of the most densly populated cities in Europe, so don’t be surprised if the “Day Tour” is on foot.