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Holiday homes and rentals in Naples
If you are planning to have a holiday on the Mediterranean coast then it would be a great idea to start by booking a holiday home in Naples. The third-largest city in Italy offers both luxury rooms and modest townhouses for budget travellers. Several holiday homes have large compounds and gardens while others have a beachfront. You can also get a property in the city centre with panoramic views of the bustling port. Executive travellers can book rooms in the Plaza del Plebiscito at the heart of the city centre. For those looking for a quiet neighbourhood, Chiaiaia, and the Port of Molo Berevello are viable options.Holiday homes for groups of all sizes
Several of the homes are for 2 to 6 people though there are large houses that can host a travelling party of 12 members. The properties have modern amenities such as heating, internet, and parking as well as exquisite designs with balconies, pools, and terraces. Most properties in the city have modern designs with elegant interiors and deluxe décor to go with the premium amenities such as pools and hot tubs. Townhouses have diverse designs ranging from stone to those made of local materials. All the houses including those in the numerous islets have all the important amenities such as heating and hotspots.
Holidays in Naples
The area and getting around
Naples is a southern Italian port city known for its busy ports bustling with ferries, cruise ships, and cargo ships. Its notorious reputation as a tourist hub is warranted as it has unrivalled history coupled with incredible archaeological sites such as Pompeii and the volatile Mt Vesuvius ominously sitting in the background.Tour the city
Start your adventure with a tour of the Piazza del Plebiscito, which is the main public square in the city. The site houses the Basilica Royal and the Royal Palace both of which are elegant structures full of architectural marvels and ornate decor. Other notable structures include the Prefecture Palace and statue of a Spanish king. Naples harbour is in itself a remarkable site with several piers and barriers including breakwaters constructed to separate shipping docks and basins. At the waterfront is the 2.4 kilometre long Lungomare promenade that offers breathtaking views of the bay. A walk down the Via Francesco Caracciolo area leads to the magnificent Castel Ovo, which is still intact despite being part of the coastline since the 12th century. Further strolls on the beach reveal incredible views of the bay area, colourful cruise ships, and the majestic Mt. Vesuvius from a distance.
Travellers and activities
Book a bus tour to Mount Vesuvius and enjoy a firsthand view of this infamous mountain with a notorious reputation for wiping out the ancient cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum in AD 79. Vesuvius is the only active volcano in continental Europe. Visitors can climb the volcano in about 30 minutes and look at the crater. Families can bring along their children as it is not a challenging hike. Couples can also stroll through the city's several streets to experience the local culture, the entertainment scene, and vibrant markets. There are several artworks you can pick up as souvenirs including terra-cotta depictions of the Nativity scene.Naples for history buffs
If you want to experience life as it was lived in the Roman Empire, then a visit to Herculaneum will suffice. Tours of the ruins reveal Roman architecture in its full glory including plastered bricks and wooden frames used for the roofing. The concrete streets and public baths are still intact as are the several markets and other public spaces. Notable sites include the House of Argus and Villa de Papyri whose walls are embellished with murals and frescos.
Naples sits in front of Mt. Vesuvius, which is an active volcano that destroyed the two cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum in 79 AD.
Top 5 travel tips in Naples
Visit the Museo Archeologico Nazionale for a chance to view a vast collection of antiquities from around southern Italy including excavations from Pompeii. Some of the more remarkable works include the Farnese Hercules and the Farnese Bull.2. Discover Pompeii
Visit the ruins of Pompeii and witness the incredible fury of Mount Vesuvius when it occasionally decides to rise from its slumber. Notable sites to look out for include the Temples of Apollo and Jupiter, the Amphitheatre.3. Castel Nuovo
Castel Nuovo is a majestic and imposing monument that dominates the Naples skyline. Marvel at the towers and the murals on the ceiling of Baron's Hall. Then climb the castle ramparts to get a panoramic view of the city and the harbour.4. Discover the catacombs
The Catacombs of San Gennaro consist of a maze of labyrinths and tomb chambers built in the Roman style. Venture deep to find an underground basilica showcasing early Christian designs including a semi-circular apse and three naves.5. Visit Cappella Sansevero
Visit Cappella Sansevero and appreciate the intricate Baroque style used on the temple and the several stone sculptures embellishing its walls. Look out for the Veiled Christ by Sammartino, which features a man draped in a translucent marble cover.