Naples in 5 days

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On the fourth day relaxing walks around the city admiring the many buildings of artistic monuments. Among these are historical and architectural importance for the Gravina Palace, the Palace Cellamare a Chiaia, Palazzo Tarsia, or the Palace of the Spanish in the ward by Virgin Healthcare, which is one of the finest examples of civil architecture in Baroque Naples . Near Piazza Carlo III watch the Real Hostel for the Poor, the largest monumental palace of Naples and one of the largest buildings of eighteenth-century Europe. If you still have time, with the Circumvesuviana reach the archaeological site of Pompeii, a leap of two thousand years back in time. On the fifth day head to Beverello to take a ferry or hydrofoil to the islands of Ischia and Capri.

Ischia. The largest island in the Gulf of Naples. The average time of shipping is 90 minutes with ferry and 70 minutes by hydrofoil or fast ferry, but it’s worth it. Here you can regenerate the natural hot springs of which the island is of volcanic origin, is rich. The thermal waters of Ischia are known and used since ancient times. Several thermal parks with numerous hydrothermal pools and a crystal clear sea will make you relax and refuel. The island is so rich in vegetation so they can boast the name “Green Island”.

Capri. Beyond the worldly life, is fascinating for its part “wild”. Characteristic are the famous Faraglioni, three small rocky islets just off the shore create a spectacular visual effect. The coast is indented with numerous coves and bays that alternate with steep cliffs. The most famous cave is undoubtedly the Blue Grotto.

Have a good trip at all!

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