Naples and surrounding areas
With its central position, Hotel Diamond allows everyone to reach the city and historical centre within a very short time.
L’Università di Napoli Federico II: la più antica d’Europa
Is the main University of Naples, one of the most important in Italy and in Europe: the oldest secular and state university of the world.
Overlooking a nature, culture and poetry …
One of the most charming and prestigious areas.
The beautiful villas, downhill to the sea, the ridges over the blue…
All this and has breathtaking views make it a must see.
I quattro castelli Visitare
Age of Norman, has undergone over the centuries many interventions of transformation and restoration. From the fortress, was turned into a royal residence, then became the seat of the judiciary.
It stands majestically on the hill of Vomero. It dates back to 1329, when the Angevin wanted to implement a new defensive tool. The plan is a 6-pointed star and along the top of the ramparts there are wide corridors still viable.
Also known as “Angevin” of the Middle Ages and Renaissance is one of the symbols of Naples.
Is located in Piazza Municipio
The oldest in town, absolutely outstanding element of the Gulf of Naples. It is located on the island of imposing Megaris two rocks joined by a large natural arch.
Il parco di Gaiola, Palazzo Donn’Anna e lo Scoglione di Marechiaro
It is a beautiful marina area, between the coasts of Posillipo.
The rocky ridges and cliffs of the Neapolitan Yellow Tuff remodeled from the sea and the wind, clad in the colors of the Mediterranean, gives views of rare beauty, it is recommended to visit by boat or raft.
Napoli e il Suo Golfo
This wonderful Gulf grows between Punta Campanella to the Sorrento Peninsula and Capo Miseno, in one of the most beautiful areas of the region and the whole of Italy. Wonderful beaches and silver rocks frame blue waters and amazing every year millions of tourists.
Reggia di Capodimonte
A marvel that dominates NAPOLI: the Royal Palace houses one of the most interesting museums in Italy.
“Spaccanapoli” is the most famous street of the capital of Campania: originally built by the Greeks, is so named because it literally “Chop” the city in two, starting with the ‘’Quartieri spagnoli’’ to ‘’Forcella’’.
I café letterari
The Tradition of Coffee History of Naples, is the Rule of Three C: “Warm, full, comfortable.”
Coffee is the symbol of Naples in the World. Do not speak of a drink, we talk about excellence, a ritual, a concentrated flavor and aroma that is consumed in three or four sips.
One of the most charming places where savor it is in the area of Literary Caffe in Old Town.
Piazza del Gesù Nuovo
Monastero di Santa Chiara
Cimitero delle Fontanelle
Unique and unrepeatable that reveals the unique, quirky, very close relationship with the death of the Neapolitan people. Here the sacred and the profane, magic and religion come together in the sign of the souls in purgatory, said ‘’pezzentelle’’.
A city to discover.
A dozen feet deep, below the typical voices of the streets of the historic center, there is a world apart: uncharted, silent is the great Neapolitan underworld.
San Gregorio Armeno
Via San Gregorio Armeno (The Road of the Shepherds) is known around the world as the exhibition center of the craft shops are located here now that all year carry figurines for nativity scenes, both canonical and original (usually every year more eccentric craftsmen realize statues with likeness of characters that topical perhaps have distinguished themselves in a positive or negative during the year).
Exposures real start in the period around the holiday season, usually from early November to 6 January.