Ah, Naples! The very name conjures up images of sun-kissed streets, bustling markets, and a rich history that spans the ages. Nestled between the sparkling waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea and the brooding slopes of Mount Vesuvius, this ancient city has captured the hearts and imaginations of travelers for centuries. From the ruins of the Roman Empire to the opulent palaces of the Bourbon kings, Naples wears its past with pride, a city steeped in stories and legends that still echo through its winding alleys and grand piazzas. For those who seek adventure, beauty, and a touch of the romantic, there is no place quite like the enchanting city of Naples!

View fom Certosa di San Martino

Wandering the Streets of Chiaia 



Visiting Naples for the first time? Chiaia is a vibrant and trendy neighbourhood that offers a mix of traditional and modern Italian culture. The area is known for its designer boutiques, art galleries, and fashionable cafes. Travellers can also explore the local food scene and indulge in traditional Neapolitan cuisine at the many trattorias in the area. Chiaia's proximity to the seafront also provides visitors with the opportunity to stroll along the picturesque promenade or relax on the nearby beaches. 


These are some of the best spots in Naples. Amazing food, great drinks and delicious ice cream. 

Della Mattonella

From the beautiful pink-painted house dating back to 1952, El Preferido de Palermo serves home-made comfort food at the highest quality. It is a very popular restaurant and especially during the weekend you might have to wait a while to be seated. But the wait is absolutely worth it!!!

Jorge Luis Borges 2108
Palermo Soho, Buenos Aires


Voted best restaurant of Latin America in 2020, Don Julio truly raised the bar through its commitment to regenerative Argentine cattle farming. What you get is some of the best steak in the world. 

Guatemala 4699
Palermo Soho, Buenos Aires

Pizzeria Speranzella

Homemade Italian food at it best. Whether you're looking for a quick coffee and pastry, a hearty pasta lunch, a go-to brunch spot, or to crush into decadent desserts, La Alacena checks all the boxes.

Gascón 1401
Palermo Soho, Buenos Aires

La Carnicería

Meaning ‘butcher’s shop’ in Spanish, La Carnicería is a carnivore’s paradise. Taking the classic Argentine parrilla steakhouse and turning it on its head, this tiny restaurant puts its own twist on some of the classics, adding pear and greens to grilled provoleta cheese and putting the ‘sweet’ into sweetbreads. 

Thames 2317
Palermo Soho, Buenos Aires


After a long day in the city sit down in this little garden and treat yourself to some amazing ice cream.

Malabia 2014
Palermo Soho, Buenos Aires


A very stylish speakeasy cocktail bar & shushi restaurant. Make sure you reserve.

Malabia 1764
Palermo Soho, Buenos Aires


Indian food with a latin twist. It may have a tiny store front on a busy Palermo avenue, but don’t let looks deceive: Gran Dabbang is bursting with taste and creativity.

Av. Raúl Scalabrini Ortíz 1543
Palermo, Buenos Aires


A little ice cream "boutique" with am amazing flavours and great toppings. 

Soler 5063
Palermo Soho, Buenos Aires


Award winning cocktail bar with casual atmospehere and affordable prices.

Guatemala 4899
Palermo Soho, Buenos Aires


Visit the Palace of Caserta

Visiting the Royal Palace of Caserta is an opportunity to experience the grandeur of Italy's past and marvel at one of its most remarkable architectural achievements.

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Catacombs of San Gennaro

the Catacombs of San Gennaro offer a unique and meaningful experience for visitors who are interested in history, culture, religion, and education. Visitors can see the intricate frescoes and artwork that adorn the tombs and gain insight into the lives of the people who lived in the city centuries ago.

Climb the Vesuvius volcano!

Although it is currently dormant, Vesuvius has erupted several times in the past and is still considered an active volcano. For some, climbing Vesuvius is an adventure and a chance to experience the power of nature. Climbing Vesuvius gives you a bird's eye view of the beautiful Italian countryside, the Bay of Naples, and the surrounding cities. 

Things to think of...

Transportation: Naples has a reliable public transportation system, but it can get crowded and confusing for first-time visitors. Consider using ride-hailing apps like "Free Now" to get around which is also a better alternative to Uber since it's very expensive there. 

Sightseeing: There are many attractions in Naples, including museums, churches, and historical sites like the ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum. Consider purchasing a Naples City Pass, which includes admission to multiple attractions and discounts on tours.•

Safety: Naples is generally safe, but it's important to take precautions like avoiding dark alleyways and carrying a money belt. Keep an eye on your belongings and avoid flashing valuables like cameras and smartphones..

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