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The Living City, Napoli
Feel Naples come to life as you relive history and walk through its bustling streets
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History and Archeology
Discover the city’s rich culture and journey through its ancient ruins and historical sites
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Top sights in Naples

Naples, renowned for its Neo-Gothic art & architecture, the Royal Palace, famous museums, and the birthplace of pizza, is a city that no traveler should miss, particularly for history buffs. Explore and rediscover the many tourist sites in Naples – Italy's oldest and third largest city.

Mount Vesuvius

Only a few kilometers away from the city of Naples is Mount Vesuvius, standing majestically at a height of 1,281 meters. This active volcano is best known for its disastrous eruption in 79A.D. which destroyed the cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum. Because of its proximity to Naples and many nearby cities, it's considered one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world. You can visit the volcano and hike to the crater, just make sure that before going up, you buy a ticket online.
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Naples National Archaeological Museum

To learn more about the history of the early Greek, Roman, and Renaissance periods, visit the National Archaeological Museum of Naples. The museum houses a collection of ancient objects and artifacts, exquisite Roman sculptures, original mosaics depicting the life of Roman times, and more! Purchase your ticket in advance for quicker entry and more time exploring the halls of the museum.
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Piazza del Plebiscito

Piazza del Plebiscito is the city's largest square and one of the popular tourist attractions in Naples. The piazza was named after the plebiscite of 1860 that united the city to the Kingdom of Italy. Built from the volcanic rocks of Mt. Vesuvius, this neoclassical tourist spot is home to the main monuments of the region, such as the Royal Palace, the domed Basilica of San Francesco da Paola, the equestrian statues and more. The piazza is also home to a wide number of cultural activities and concerts.
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Royal Palace of Naples

Established in the 17th century as one of the residences of the House of Bourbon, the Royal Palace of Naples is a must-see attraction in the region. Found inside the compounds of Piazza del Plebiscito, you will appreciate the neoclassical-baroque architecture of the palace and its impressive interiors. The palace is also a museum showing the rich history of Naples. Walk through the halls of its most common quarters, such as the Grand Throne Room, the Palatine Chapel, the Hercules Hall and the Hall of Ambassadors.
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