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Hosting numerous parks, hiking trails, beautiful beaches and spa hotels with wellness centers, Naples offers endless options for relaxing and wellness holidays.
Naples is the perfect destination for hiking and trekking, as it's the home of a wide diversity of hiking trails that offer stunning views to Naples, Sorrento and other Naples towns and villages.
The best hiking trails near Naples are Sentiero degli dei (Path of the Gods), Monte Faito e Panorama, Fortini Coastal Walk, Sorrento Hiking, Parco Nazionale del Vesuvio and La Valle dei Mulini.
Naples is packed with natural parks, excellent to achieve relaxation and tranquility while exploring the Italian nature and admiring stunning landscapes.
The most popular parks in the Naples are Parco Virgiliano, Villa Comunale, Nitrodi Hot Springs, Royal Park of Capodimonte, Giardini Thermali Tropical, and Parco Vergiliano a Piedigrotta.
The most popular spa centers in Naples are Poseidon Gardens Terme, Negombo Giardini Termali, Lite Life, Istituto Ego Shape, Parco Termale Castiglione, and Terme Stufe di Nerone.
Located in a country widely famous for its excellent sense of fashion, it's only natural for Naples to have an organised and luxury shopping scene.
The majority of the popular Italian brands like Valentino, Versace, Prada and Salvatore Ferragamo are located in Chiaia area.
Every third Saturday and Sunday of each month (except August), an antiques fair is organised in the Villa Comunale di Napoli on Viale Dohrn.
Napoletan cuisine is one of the most popular cuisine in Italy, featuring a wide diversity of dishes with tastes that are especially beloved by everyone.
In addition to the wide range of cheap eateries, there are several high-end restaurants in Naples offering local dishes with a gourmet touche.
Some of the most popular fine-dining restaurants are Antichi Sapori Partenopei, ll Miracolo dei Pesci, Osteria da Antonio, Zenbu, Palazzo Petrucci Ristorante, Jorudan Sushi, and Nori Sushi Bar.
Naples is a rich region with a wide diversity of historical landmarks and ancient sightseeing attractions.
Some of the most popular sights in Naples are Museo Cappella Sansevero (Naples Town), Galleria Borbonica (Naples Town), Ancient Pompeii (Pompeii), and Teatro di San Carlo (Naples Town).
Mount Solaro (Anacapri), Ruins of Herculaneum (Ercolano), I Faraglion (Capri), Giardini La Mortella (Forio), and Castello Aragonese (Ischia) are also some famous sights in Naples.
Ranging from organised mid-city beaches with advanced facilities and water-sports rentals to peaceful & serene coves where you can achieve total relaxation & serenity, Naples beaches satisfy everyone.
Especially, the islands of Ischia, Amalfi, and Procida have some of the most beautiful beaches in Italy and are easily accessible from Naples.
The cuisine of Naples features a wide diversity of dishes that will satisfy every foodie. The most popular ingredients in Neapolitan cuisine are pasta, vegetables, cheese and seafood.
There are several hotels with restaurants in Naples that offer many delicious local dishes, but the one which has managed to be loved by everyone around the world is, of course, Pizza.
Sreet food in Naples dates back to very ancient times, probably back to Roman thermopolia or maybe earlier.
Pastacresciute (deep fried bread dough balls), sciurilli (deep fried male zucchini flowers), scagliozzi (deep fried polenta slices) and deep fried aubergines are the most popular street foods.
Several wines coming from the region of Campania match perfectly the local dishes of Naples.
The most popular white wines are Greco di Tufo, Falanghina, Fiano di Avellino, and Asprinio di Aversa.
The most popular red wines are Solopaca, Campi Flegrei Piedirosso, Taurasi, Aglianico and Lacryma Christi.
There are several gastronomy tours focusing on the local gastronomy of Naples while it's one of the "protagonist" destinations in many general culinary tours that take place in Italy.
Neapolitan cuisine had a big diversity of desserts and cakes, from which the most popular are pastiera (mainly prepared for Easter holidays), and Zeppola (baked or deep fried).
Baba (small yeast cake saturated in liquor, usually rum), sfogliatella (smooth or curly), and struffoli (typical Christmas cake) are also famous desserts in Naples.
Naples, an Italian town with liberal character, is a charming destination for gay couples in love and for gay singles who want to meet gay locals and tourists.
Having the largest historic city centre in Europe, a rich Neapolitan culture & many gay-friendly hotels, Naples is an ideal destination for gay travellers looking for quality & sophisticated holidays.
Nowadays, the gay acceptance is in continuous growth with the same-sex sexual activity being legal since 1890.
Same-sex civil unions have been recognized in Italy since 5 June 2016, providing same-sex couples with most of the legal protections enjoyed by married couples.
Naples hosts a small inclusive gay scene as the majority of clubs, bars and cafes are known to have a warm and friendly atmosphere.
More specifically, Piazza Bellini is a good starting point to discover the gay bars, cafe and saunas of Naples that are concentrated around the gay district of the Piazza.
Criminal Candy is the biggest gay house & pop dance party in Naples taking place in various venues!
There are two gay cruising clubs in Naples called "The Basement Napoli" and "Depot Napoli". Both of them feature themed nights & events like naked nights, total black nights, and more.
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Naples has many historical sights, luxury hotels with gourmet restaurants and wellness centers, several luxury shopping opportunities and apart from the world-famous pizza, delicious desserts!
Some of the most popular desserts and cakes in Naples are pastiera, zeppola, baba, sfogliatella, and struffoli.Read More
The acceptance of the LGBT community in Naples dates year backs to the Femminielli. In a few words, Femminielli were biological boys who identified as women.
Since 1500s, Femminielly, had an important role within the Neapolitan culture and believed to bring luck. Despite the fact that they usually served as entertainers and prostitutes,…Read More
Close to the city center, a hotel with an impressive sense of grandeur is the place where Oscar Wilde used to sip his tea.
The hotel used to pamper him with great comfort care while in other places he was treated with strong derogatory.Read More
Another interesting event is the Femminiello Pride which is hosted in Irpinia, a town 40Km east of Naples.
On February 2nd is the fiest of Candelora at Montevergine and was officially established as a day of Femminiello Pride. On this day more than two thousand gay, lesbian, bisexual…Read More