It may appear disorganised and fairly rundown, which calls for flexibility and sometimes a feeling of experience. These characteristics surely aren’t shortcomings, however. Naples has its own appeal, and its shabbiness has a certain romantic quality. Our zealous local Neapolitan Azzurra has shared five intimate dinner spots in her hometown that was fascinating.
1.) Enjoy the morning sun on a boat out to this little island from Sorrento.
With a vast perspective stretching from the gulf of Naples to the gulf of Salerno, why not munch on Italy’s most amorous food cuisine for example grissini cotechino sausage and pecorino? Work the feast off with a simple walk to the solitary church of Santa Maria in Cetrella.
2.) Listen to live music
And the spot to find that is, unquestionably, in Neapolitan music. Do not believe us? Just check this trailer for Passione, John Turturo’s film about (you guessed it) the Naples music landscape. Restaurants and distinct pubs across the city feature live music, but for a sure thing, head to a theatre like the Teatro Augusteo.
3.) Lido Turistico
4. The Romeo hotel, a 5 star resort in Naples Italy, is entirely aware of the potential that is intimate the city offers newlyweds. The hotel concierge has come up with a summary of stuff to do in Naples to suit all tastes to help honeymooning couples get the most from their excursion. The itinerary is a part of the Romeo resort’s Naples City Guide, a lovely, full-color 108 page guide book featuring an insider’s perspective of the city.
In the afternoon it transforms into a favorite cabaret, although during the day, Lido Turistico feels like a laidback beach club. The sand under your feet and the sea just metres away make it a charming spot for a date. Come here for an aperitif or for a cocktail along with a little dancing at night.
5.) Mt. Vesuvius and Pomepii Day Trip from Naples:
Experience legendary Pompeii and Mt Vesuvius, the only active volcano in continental Europe, on this guided day trip from Naples. Visit Pompeii’s haunting historical ruins, enjoy lunch with your group and after that trek to the smoking summit of Mt Vesuvius for panoramic views of the Bay of Naples.