• UNESCO World Heritage site
  • Cultural, culinary and artistic heritage
  • Warm hospitality
  • An experience to be lived
  • Easy to reach

Naples is among the most ancient European cities founded by Greeks 2,500 years ago. Its contemporary urban fabric preserves the elements of its long and eventful history: the city center is the largest in all Europe and a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1995.

The city boasts one of the most impressive cultural, culinary and artistic heritage worldwide. Its breathtaking landscapes, its archeological treasures, the pleasant weather, the lifestyle, the gastronomy and the highly qualified and warm hospitality have enchanted travelers from all over the world.

For the Neapolitans cooking is an art, whose ancient historical roots date back to the Greek-Roman period. Homeland of pizza, mozzarella, espresso coffee, white Falanghina wine, red Aglianico wine and Limoncello, Naples is one of the most delicious place in the world!

Naples is a city full of surprises: with its mild Mediterranean weather for most time of the year, you can do any activity … except skiing! From scuba diving up to hiking Vesuvius Volcano, from sailing in the Gulf of Naples to horse riding on Ischia island, from Vespa touring on the Amalfi coast to time travelling in the archeological sites of Herculaneum and Pompeii, from discovering the treasure of San Gennaro (St. Januarius), the patron Saint of the city, to assisting to folkloristic and religious celebrations.

Professionals who come for business in Naples always return for pleasure!

Situated in the South of Italy, Naples is easy to reach thanks to several national and international direct connections. Naples International Airport is located 5 km away from the city center and connects to more than 90 national and international destinations: the main European hubs can be reached in less than 3 hours. In addition, the high-speed train network guarantees short connections with the main Italian cities.

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