So legendary italian south. Naples is overshadowed by its historical lasting beauty. If you start out at the Piazza del Plebiscito (main center of Naples), you'll be close to three "must visits:" The Royal Palace, San Carlo Theater and the Galleria Umberto. If the grunginess of the city gets to you, head to the Riviera di Chiaia for an elegant stroll. Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius are a short ride away.
Naples is known worldwide as the birthplace of pizza, and they don't disappoint. Sampling an authentic pizza margherita at any "Vera Pizza Napoletana" restaurant on Via Tribunali is must do. Street vendors, which can be found just about anywhere, are always looking to sell you some delicious "pizza frita" stuffed with ham and cheese, sometimes it could be very delicious. If you're a fihs person, you will be very happy here because Naples functioning as a port city gives local chefs access to fresh catch. There are a cluster of good places around Piazza Cavour.
Nightlife is on the up and up in Naples, and like most European cities, things don't start popping off until at least 11 pm. Head to the Piazza del Martiri area and check out some of the wine bars. Piazza Bellini has a great cafe and bar scene as well. If you aren't staying in the city center, you can find some solid nighttime crowds at places near port. Moreover, this destiniation allows you to enjoy various water sports including the most popular ones: scuba diving, Jet skiing, windsurfing, kayaking and many others!
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