What to do in Naples in one day

09:00 – La Ciliegina Lifestyle Hotel

09:30 – Piazza del Plebiscito Area

10:30 – Grand Caffe San Marco

11:00 – La Napoli Sotterranea

12:30 – Lunch at A’ Cucina Ra Casa Mia

14:00 – Via San Gregorio Armeno and Spaccanapoli

16:00 – La Sfogliatella Mary

17:00 – Via Toledo

18:30 – Via Caracciolo and Naples Seafront

19:30 – La Cantina dei Lazzari

21:00 – Classical Concert at Teatro di San Carlo

22:30 – Spazio Nea

23:59 – Occhi Occhi Oh

 

We mapped out your day trip in Naples

Each highlight of your day trip is numbered, simply follow the guide

What you should absolutely know about Naples

City highlights, food & drinks, expressions, weather, how to get there and how to get around

Called “Napoli” by its Italian inhabitants, meaning “New City”, Naples is Italy’s third largest city as well as one of its oldest. The city’s location makes it a perfect port for those traveling to Capri and the Amalfi Coast as well as for shipping. When visiting Naples, an initial look at the city paints it in an unflattering light, covered in graffiti and dirt – but do not stop here. During your Naples day trips, spend time looking deeper into its castles, cathedrals and archeological ruins. Naples is one of Italy’s most beloved hidden treasures

Browse through La Pignasecca, Naples’ oldest street market, or lounge at the Piazza Bellini. Tour the Museo Archeologico Nazionale, housing a large collection of Greco-Roman artifacts and view the Cappella Sansevero, a beautiful Masonic-inspired baroque chapel. The Duomo is also a must-see attraction

Naples is known as the birthplace of pizza and that tradition thrives today.Simply order a Napoletana, you will see!  Also, Naples is an excellent place for red and white wine, espresso, and pasta, similar to other Italian cities. Due to its location, Naples also boasts delicious seafood dishes

Neapolitans have their own dialect of Italian, but also speak standard Italian. Having mentioned before, Naples is “Napoli” in Italian, but is “Napule” in Neapolitan. To say hello “Uè” and goodbye “Ciao”. To say “thank you” use “Grazie” and you’re welcome is “Prego”

Average temperatures range from 38.8-54.5 degrees in winter to 64.2-85.1 degrees in summer. Many shops and restaurants in the city close for 2-4 weeks in August for their summer break because of the extreme heat. Naples has extreme amount of rain from October through February

Naples Airport is approximately 11 miles northeast of the city Centre. The Alibus runs every 20-30 minutes. You can buy tickets from Sun Store in the terminal (3 Euros) or from the driver (4 Euros). There are also taxis and trains available to go to the city if you are looking for something more confortable

There are various ways to get around Naples. There are expanded subway systems, taxis, trams, funiculars, and buses. The bus that transports from the airport also makes stops throughout town. There are also ferries that can transport to Capri, Ischia, and Procida

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