Naples is an Italian city, capital of its province and of the region Campania. It is the third largest municipality by population after Rome and Milan with 962,447 inhabitants. 

The city of Naples is almost centrally located on the gulf of Naples, between the Vesuvius and the volcanic area of Campi Flegrei in a scenario called “the most celebrated and beautiful in the world.”

Its vast artistic and architectural heritage is protected by UNESCO, whose commissions have included since 1995 the historical centre of Naples between the sites of world heritage.

How to describe Naples? Naples is Naples. Naples is a theatre, Naples is the Pizza, Naples and the Neapolitan crib, Naples is its language, Naples is the Neapolitan song, and the Cinema, Naples is San Gennaro, Naples is the grimace, Naples is a hundred masks, Naples is the pasta of Naples, Naples is its special cakes, Naples is a cap of coffee.

Over the centuries it has represented the ultimate expression of historical, cultural and art of Southern Italy.

Naples is a city of many faces, one of whom, perhaps the most attractive, is the inexhaustible vitality that seems to derive from the hidden fire of his mountain symbol.

Yes because Naples is Mount Vesuvius too.
The most famous volcano in the world, more than 1281 meters high with millennia of history behind it.

In 1995 the National Park of Vesuvius was established to preserve the environment and the historic and archaeological traditions.

Naples, more than many other Mediterranean cities, has seen a succession of peoples and dynasties, of royal houses and the historical events, being also the capital of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies.

Naples is a melting pot of cultures: Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Spaniards, Saracens and Normans.

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