can be an acquired taste. Italy’s third largest city is sure
to conjure up strong feelings. For some it’s an admiration
of the city’s authentic vibe, while for others it’s a
dislike for the economic disparity that exists here. Sophia
Loren and Enrico Caruso are native Neapolitans, and the city
is stubbornly proud of its image. One thing is certain; you
will not leave Naples without an opinion.
Since late 1993, the city has sought to
overcome its high crime rate by opening more museums and
galleries, thereby attracting a cultured group of visitors and
residents. The unconventional strategy is starting to pay off,
as crime is down twenty-five percent. The resulting feeling of
security has increased tourism by almost fifty percent. Naples
feels like any other big city in the world, with no need to
fear for your safety.
If Italy is the place to go for the best
pizza and pasta in the world, and Naples is the best place to
enjoy them in Italy, that would make Naples the pizza and
pasta capital of the world, right? So bring your appetite!
If you have the time, try and take a side
trip out to Pompeii, the ancient city buried by a volcanic
eruption on nearby Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. The opportunity to
see a city frozen in time is rare, and well worth a visit.
excursions to Naples, Pompeii, Sorrento, Positano,
Amalfi, Capri from Naples dock with
pick-up and dropp-off at your ship, city and airport shuttle
services at very competitive prices. Do not loose this
occasion and contact us
for any detail or information you need!