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Destination of the month

Welcome to Naples

Celebrated for its art, culture and ancient history and the birthplace of pizza, Naples is one of Europe’s oldest and largest cities. It’s proximity to the Bay of Naples and Pompei make it an ideal base for exploring.

Flights to Naples from Cork Airport

NaplesJun 2 - Aug 28, 2019Book Flights

Things to do here

Located in southern Italy, Naples is one of the world’s oldest cities. Famous for its wealth of cultural estates including two royal palaces and three castles, glorious food like the country’s best pizza, pasta and espresso, perhaps the greatest appeal of Italy’s third largest city is its street life. From the streets of Centro Storico (the historic centre) a hive of activity, to the vibrant seafront with stunning views of Capri there’s so much to explore.

 

To Eat

  1. Sorbillo - Gino Sorbillo’s father was one of 21 siblings, all of whom were pizza makers. His dough is traditional but unusually for Italy, he experiments with unconventional toppings. 
  2. Mimi alla Ferrovia - Serves fantastic seafood and excellent house wines. Luciano Pavarotti was one of the restaurant’s many famous customers.

To Stay

  1. Hotel Piazza Bellini - This stylish hotel close to the vibrant nightlife of Piazza Bellini is located in a stylish old palazzo around a courtyard garden. Request a top floor room if you love fantastic views.
  2. Magma Home - Apartment located in the historical centre of Naples, close to the Museo subway with a metro nearby.
     

     

Pompeii Tour

Take a day-trip to Pompeii and wander through the ruins for a view into ancient Roman life. The amphitheatre is 150 years older than the Colosseum. 

 

 

National Archaeological Museum of Naples Culture

One of the most visited museums in Naples, the National Archaeological Museum of Naples has one of the world’s best collections of Roman and Greek artefacts from Pompeii and Herculaneum.  
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Lungomare Outdoor Fun

Take a sunset stroll along the Lungomare, the city’s 3km long seafront promenade which wraps around the bay. With the sea on one side and the park on the other, it’s a wonderful oasis with some of the most panoramic views in the world.

 

 

Museo di Capodimonte Art

The largest museum in Italy, this art museum at the top of the hill is set in a Bourbon palace and is home to the works of Michelangelo, Raphael and Botticelli. You’ll also find masterpieces by El Greco, Ribera and Warhol. 
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