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Naples Car Hire - Did You Know?

  • Naples is famed as the original home of pizza.
  • The city is very near two volcanic areas including Mount Vesuvius.
  • It has the largest UNESCO recognised old city centre in Europe.
  • The famous sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum are nearby.
  • With over three million inhabitants, it’s the second most populous city in Italy after Milan.

Naples Mini Guide

Naples (Napoli) in Italy, the country's third largest city and capital of the south as well as of the Campania region is a seaport and tourist centre about 185 km (115 miles) south west of Rome.  The glittering bay of Naples and the smouldering volcano Vesuvius provide a dramatic backdrop to the city - which has some of the best museums in the world.

Naples is Italy's most atmospheric city, home of the Mafia and the world's best pizza. With car hire Naples Airport you can get to the nearby archaeological sights of Pompeii and Vesuvius, the volcano which erupted so dramatically.

Naples Archaeological sights of Pompeii

Naples was founded as a Greek colony in the 7th-6th centuries BC and flourished during the Roman Empire and subsequently under Byzantine, Norman, Swabian and Spanish rule. The street plan of the old city reflects the Roman, medieval and Spanish periods. The Roman part, between the church of Santa Maria of Constantinople and the Capuano Castle, contains the cathedral. The medieval parts lead down to the dock and the Castel Nuovo.  They are a rabbit warren of densely populated narrow alleys and small squares, but were badly damaged by an earthquake in 1980.

Naples Capuano Castle

No visit to Naples would be complete without trying the local speciality of a margherita pizza topped with fresh tomato, basil and mozzarella. Of course you should wash it down with a good bottle of Italian red wine. Two pizzerias which do this classic dish to perfection are Trianon a Forcella and Da Michele which are both easy to find.

Naples Da Michele Pizzeria

If you get bored of pizza then seafood is generally good in Naples due to its long standing tradition as a harbour city and you will find plenty of restaurants with some fresh and tasty dishes on offer.

Knowing some Italian is always useful but bear in mind that they speak a regional dialect there – Neapolitan - so your efforts may still get lost in translation.
 

Latest Update from Naples:

02/05/07 - Ryan Air announce new flights from Naples to Dublin from as little as €29!

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There are few more beautiful cities in Italy than Naples and it has been the haunt of the rich and famous for centuries. The city has many treasures including its most famous product – pizza!

Outside of the city there’s plenty to do if one has a hire car. The coastline is called the Neapolitan Riviera and makes for a great scenic drive. Across the bay is the romantic island of Capri and not far out of the city are some of the most famous archaeological sites in the world in Pompeii and Herculaneum, overlooked by the volcano, Mount Vesuvius.

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