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Located in the Capodichino district of Naples is the Naples Capodichino International Airport (NAP), 6km north-northeast of the city centre. Also known as the Naples International Airport, it is the main international gateway of Naples and is a hub for Air Italy, Ryanair, easyJet and Alitalia.
The airport has one terminal building, and transit to and from the airport is by bus, taxi or car rental.
Situated along the Bay of Naples, the city was known as Neapolis when it was founded in the 6th century BC. The city is filled with historically important art and architecture that date back to the 2nd millennium B.C., and close to it is the still-active volcano, Mount Vesuvius which destroyed the ancient Roman town of Pompeii in 79 AD. Naples has the largest historic city centre in Europe. Covering up to 1,700 hectares and home to 27 centuries of history, it is recognised as a World Heritage Site.
Landmarks of note in Naples include the Naples Museum of Art, the Royal Palace and Castel Nuovo, as well as the Duomo di San Gennaro among others. Other places worth exploring are the National Archaeological Museum of Naples, and Mount Vesuvius in Campania.
Not forgetting the Port of Naples which is one of the largest seaports in Italy and in the Mediterranean Sea basin. There is much to see and do in this Italian coastal city
Pompeii is an ancient city that was destroyed in its prime by the eruption of a volcano, the iconic Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. Despite all of the destruction, the layer of ash which covered the ruins of the city preserved it and it still stands today in great condition.
A former highly advanced city, visitors can walk through its ruins to explore the Temple of Jupiter and the Temple of Apollo, The House of the Faun( Casa del Fauno) and the Amphitheatre. There are also plasters casts of the unfortunate victims of the disaster, buried under the ash forever.
Naples is home to seasonal and fresh foods that are also cheap, resulting in a delicious cuisine that is quite affordable. Food is a big deal in Naples, and trying local dishes is one of the best ways to connect with people at a new destination.
Famous dishes in Naples include the brick oven style Neapolitan pizza. There’s also Impepata di Cozze, which is mussels prepared with peppers, tomatoes, white wine and bread.
For dessert be sure to try sfogliatella(in English lobster tail), a pastry containing semolina, sweetened ricotta, eggs, cinnamon and candied fruit, which comes in two variants. One, sfogliatella riccia which has a flaky exterior, and sfogliatella frolla, which is smooth.