In a city renowned for its cuisine you cannot miss this fabulous gastronomic tour. The food testifies to the multiethnic[..]
Naples is all about the raw, the untamed, the spontaneous. Sitting as it is under the ominously looming Vesuvius, it bubbles with volcanic drama and infectious energy.
It’s a place where unexpected discoveries lie around every corner, in every hidden alcove there’s a secret tunnel, an untold story or generations-old pizzeria.
Which brings us nicely onto the food. It’s in Naples that you’ll find the best food markets, the most authentic pizza, the freshest and most indulgent pastas. From the most iconic dishes to local specialties, Naples is an adventure for the palette.
When you bring all of this passion for life together in a whirlwind of incredible architecture, buzzing nightlife, rich cultural scenes and throw a dash of ancient history into the mix, you are left with Italy’s masterpiece.
Spring and Autumn – A great time to visit. Beautiful weather, not so many crowds, the prices are a little lower than the high season, and everywhere is open. April and May are the best times in Spring, September is great for Autumn.
Summer – The high season (June to August) will guarantee hot, sunny weather, but there will be more crowds and prices might be higher. In August a lot of restaurants and shops close.
Winter – The quietest and cheapest time to visit. The weather can get pretty cool.