Naples is an unforgettable experience. Set around the beautiful Bay of Naples in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius, Naples is the third-largest city in Italy and capital of the south. One of Europe's most populated cities, it is chaotic, overcrowded and noisy, yet this is part of its unique charm. Its enchanting narrow streets are filled with endless rows of churches, a medieval university, street markets and hundreds of cafes and bars. Pizza was invented in Naples in the 18th century so make sure you sample some and other delicious Neapolitan treats such as calzone.

Good to Know

  • Small gay scene—primarily found near Piazza Bellini—but the largest on the Amalfi Coast
  • ANDDOS cards required for admission to many private clubs, recreation centers, and gay parties, but is often available at the entrance for only 15 euros
  • Civil unions legal since May 2016

Featured Resorts:

Grand Hotel Parker's


The Grand Hotel Parker's is located in Corso Vittorio Emanuele, not far from Piazza Amedeo, which has been a meeting point for artists, literary men and poets ever since the 18th Century. Today, it has become a crossroads leading to the main city attractions like Via dei Mille, Via Filangieri, Piazza dei Martiri, Mergellina and the splendid seafront.

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