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Holiday to Naples is a beautiful and vast city located on the western coast of Italy facing the Tyrrhenian Sea. This amazing city overlooks the sea, unique in its genre, non-conventional, alternative and artistic, able to amaze every tourist with its beauty and its unaltered identity through time. Piazza Garibaldi is the square of the central station, Piazza Dante, Piazza Vanvitelli, Piazza Municipio and  Piazza del Plebiscito are some of the famous attractions nearby where you can find variety of shopping and dining options.

Book a Cheap Naples City Break with Plenty Holidays. Due to the extensive history of this region, Naples holidays is full of historical buildings, squares and churches plus a host of modern amenities and fantastic nightlife opportunities. Naples is also known for its natural beauties, such as Posillipo, Phlegraean Fields, Nisida, and Vesuvius. There are several other monuments as well belonging to differents historical periods, streets and alleys full of history and culture, amazing views, a cheerful and living nightlife, an ancient culinary tradition, a tasty street food, generous and friendly people, and an original and unique theatrical lifestyle. Enjoy a short break to Naples and explore the city full of beautiful monuments.






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Climb Mount Vesuvius
Climb Mount Vesuvius

Classified as a Stratovolcano, Mount Vesuvius dominates the skyline and is a  legendary volcano that famously erupted in 79 AD and caused the destruction and burial of Pompeii and Herculaneum.

Vesuvius stands as the only volcano in mainland Europe that has erupted in the last 100 years – It is considered extremely dangerous due to the amount of human settlement.

Today you can take a bus tour from Naples to visit this magnificent natural phenomenon and climb up its slopes to peer into the crater. A hike will take between 20 minutes and is considered not  challenging – The views from the top on a clear day are simply fantastic and the caldera and crater are hugely interesting too.

Naples National Archaeological Museum
Naples National Archaeological Museum

The museum is located to the north of the Harbor but there is a Metro station right next to the building.

Inside you can find an extensive collection that includes a wide array of Roman and Greek artefacts plus a selection of works from both Pompeii and Herculaneum.

This collection includes a selection of marble statues depicting scenes from ancient mythology, beautiful mosaics from the ruins of Pompeii, and a huge collection of objects from ancient Egypt such as mummified remains and death masks. Anyone interested in ancient history and archaeology will find this museum an infinitely interesting place to visit.

Visit The Ruins Of Pompeii
Visit The Ruins Of Pompeii

Pompeii was an ancient city that sat in the shadow of the iconic Mount Vesuvius. Despite the devastation cause and the amount of lava that poured over the city, Pompeii stands today in a fantastic condition – This is due to the huge layer of ash that was deposited over the partial ruins and thus acted as a preserver.

Today you can visit Pompeii and walk through the extensive ruins – Particularly interesting sights include the Amphitheatre, the case del Fauno, the Temple of Apollo and the Temple of Jupiter.

Furthermore you can find plaster casts of many of the unfortunate victims who were buried under the ash and remain locked in their death pose for an eternity.

Boat Trip To Explore The Island Of Capri
Boat Trip To Explore The Island Of Capri

Capri is a small inhabited island that is known for its dramatic scenery, rugged coastline dotted with beautiful caves and its quaint and charming Italian villages.

A boat trip from Naples harbour takes just under two hours and there are regular ferries that travel between the island and mainland, and neighbouring Sorrento.

Walk through the wonderful Marina Grande, admire the boats in the harbour and then set off to explore the island. Don’t forget to take a trip to see the famous Blue Grotto Sea Cave or the view from the top of Monte Solaro.