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As the capital of the eponymous province, Naples (NAP) is one of the best-loved destinations for short breaks. As a cultural and economic centre in the south of Italy, the city has some beautiful and historical sights to be seen, wonderful destinations in the surrounding area and some colourful nightlife. Some of the buildings and monuments are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Visitors should also take a look into the streets off the beaten track, as they are home to many little boutiques and shops, as well as restaurants serving local cuisine and world-renowned Italian wines. In the evenings, the many clubs and bars provide a varied programme of events, enticing you to stay out until the early hours.
If you're visiting Naples (NAP) for the first time, you should have an experienced guide show you the city. Alternatively, you could get on one of the red tourist buses that take various routes past the key sights. They provide a lot of interesting information about the city's highlights in between stops. Book your Naples (NAP) flights now and experience the Old Town, as the entire district has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Exploring the historical alleyways and streets, tourists will come across many other sights such as the three major fortresses, the Castel Nuovo, the Castel Sant'Elmo and the Castel dell'Ovo.
Like almost every Italian city, Naples (NAP) is brimming with churches and monasteries. Book your Naples (NAP) flights now and visit one of the hundreds of houses of worship in the city. Many of the churches and monasteries welcome extensive tours and still hold church services and masses. Many of the former villas are now offices, which does not detract from the beautiful cityscape. Culture lovers will find numerous museums with exhibitions on the city's history or of national and international artists' work. If you want to experience authentic Neapolitan lifestyle, spend an evening in one of the many little restaurants serving local cuisine such as pizza and pasta.