An ancient proverb says “See Naples, then die happy!”, this to emphasize the beauty of Naples is so great, and that, therefore, it is essential to visit it at least once in your life. Only after the visit you can die in peace, because you saw the most beautiful thing in the world.
Go to Naples, even if only for a few days, means you have the opportunity to explore in some way the multiple dimensions of human life: the capital of Campania carries in its womb landscapes of rare beauty and historical relics of priceless value.
Naples, city of culture, offers a variety of buildings of a cultural nature such as, for example, the Capodimonte Museum, hosted by the Palazzo Reale di Capodimonte, which houses numerous works of art.
The National Museum of San Martino, situated on a hill from which you can admire a splendid panorama, preserves a rich collection of statues from the Farnese collection, the mosaics, archeological finds of Pompeii and Ercolano, and much more. Not to be missed is the Museo Napoli Novecento 1910-1980 located inside the Castel Sant'elmo, exposes approximately 170 works including sculptures, paintings and graphics, which are almost exclusively made by neapolitan artists.
Another point of interest that always attracts many tourists, is the Castel dell'Ovo, the most ancient and significant Castles of Naples because of the location on the sea and linked to its origins to legendary tales, the Piazza del Plebiscito is the heart of Naples, today it is often used as a place of events of various kinds.
At the center of this square are placed the equestrian statues of Charles III of Borbone and Ferdinando I, respectively, of the artists Canova and Cali. The Royal Palace is a magnificent residence in the seventeenth century, built in honor of the King of Spain and houses beautiful eighteenth-century decorations. Mergellina, port area, is one of the most beautiful of Naples: overlooking the Gulf, with the backdrop of mount Vesuvius and the island of Capri and the Phlegrean islands; it is composed by two roads, i.e. the via Partenope and the beautiful via Caracciolo, the Naples seafront. Do not miss the famous district of Posillipo, from the sumptuous mansions, which overlooks the Gulf and is marked by the ups and downs of the narrow streets that overlook the cliffs overlooking the sea.