Changing hands between the Greeks and the Romans, this 2nd-century city is one of the must-visit places in Italy. It is the third-largest city in Italy located in the Campania region near the Bay of Naples. The landscape of Naples, one of the best places to see in Italy, is dotted with mountains like the Vesuvius on one hand and the coast of Amalfi on the other. The city has long winding cobbled streets with a charming public square, harbors, beautiful churches, and museums.

The most majestic attraction is of course Mount Vesuvius. This live volcanic mountain is visible from almost all corners of the city. Visit the intriguing Castel dell’Ovo also known as the Egg Castle that’s surrounded by water. This fascinating place offers stunning views of not only Vesuvius & the Bay of Naples but is also the place where the finest Italian artists exhibit their artworks. Museo Cappella Sansevero is a small chapel, but that doesn’t take away from its beauty. Besides the fresco walls and sculptures, it is popular for its underground chamber that used to house the Veiled Christ and two eternal lamps.

One of the most interesting activities to do here is to visit the 17
th-century National Archaeological Museum and browse through rare artefacts from Pompeii and ancient Egypt. Explore the secret world of ancient catacombs that are dotted with around 3000 graves and crypts belonging to the 2nd-century. Explore the beautiful frescos and murals also here. When in Naples, you can’t miss trying the best pizza in the world- the classic Neapolitan pizza made with tomatoes and mozzarella cheese. Some of the best places to indulge are Starita, Pizzeria Brandi, and L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele.

Summers last in Naples from June-September and are hot and humid. The temperatures average around 27°C. The winter months of November to March see severe cold with temperatures lowering to around 5°C.

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