Napoli is famous worldwide for its artistic and natural beauties, for its kindness, and for the testimony of its historic past. Its magic is held in the myth of its’ origins.
The legend says that the birth of the city would be connected to the beautiful Parthenope, a Siren, who committed suicide for not being able, in song, to bewitch Ulysses. Whatever the truth about his origins, Naples really is a fascinating city, sea and sky seem to merge in the same shade of blue, golden beaches are kissed by the warm sun; Vesuvius, still inactive, is reassuring presence which guards the city, while the islands of Capri, Ischia and Procida, are three gems in the crystal water.Visiting Naples means to discover the colours of its alleys, smell its thousand scents and listen to its extraordinary sounds.
Explore Spaccanapoli, the road that bisects the city, set foot in the Duomo where for centuries renews the miracle of San Gennaro, the patron saint, visit the Museum of Capodimonte, go back in time by visiting the Royal Palace, where they have alternated Aragonese, Bourbons and Savoy.Hop on the ferry boat and sail to the islands, leaving Napoli behind your back while the boat slowly moves away. Napoli or Nàpule, as its citizens use to call it, is a city full of contradictions.
Wonderful corners contrast with the hard and difficult neighborhoods of the city.
But still it remains forever the desire to return! After having visited Naples, noboby goes away without carrying a luggage full of memories, strong impressions, deep and sweet feelings, colours and traditional flavours!