Leave central Rome and travel by high-speed train toward sunny Naples
High Speed Train Ticket Rome/Naples in 2nd class 2 nights accommodation in BB
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Your tour starts at Rome’s Termini rail station in the morning when you leave the city by high-speed train on your journey to beautiful Naples.
Arrive in the late morning after a roughly 1.5-hour journey, and set off to explore this fascinating city at your own pace. Perhaps choose to admire attractions such as the Piazza del Plebiscito — home to the Royal Palace of Naples (Palazzo Reale) — and the impressive Galleria Umberto I, with its soaring, glass-roofed arcade.
Maybe stroll along Lungomare Caracciolo to enjoy its wonderful views over the Gulf of Naples.
Plus, maybe visit Borgo Marinari, a delightful marina and tiny village on the island of Megaris, connected to the city by a narrow isthmus and crowned by the Castel dell'Ovo. Legend has it that Borgo was where the heartbroken siren Partenope came ashore after failing to seduce Ulysses with her singing. It’s also where the Greeks first settled the city in the 7th century BC, giving the name of Megaris to the island.
From a culinary perspective, Naples is world-famous as the invention-place of pizza and known for delicious sweet treats such as the sfogliatella (shell-shaped, filled pastry).
Neapolitan music has also been hugely influential and centers on the romantic guitar and mandolin. Part of this musical heritage is Marechiaro, in the charming Posillipo district, a charming cliffside hamlet whose scenery inspired many classic Neapolitan songs. Naples’ contributions to opera are considerable, too. Be sure to check out the San Carlo Theater, Europe’s oldest opera house, and still in full swing.
Naples’ patron saint of San Gennaro, Pulcinella, and Homer's sirens are some of the famous historical figures that have come to symbolize the city.
Other sites of interest are the Toledo Metro Station, described by the CNN as the most impressive in Europe, and the winner of the 2013 LEAF Award for Public Building of the Year.
Perhaps use your third and last day here to visit one of the world’s most important archaeological sites — that of nearby Pompeii. Make your own way to the UNESCO-listed archaeological park and head inside (own expense) to surround yourself in the ruins and ancient Roman culture and history.
As you explore the remains of Pompeii’s streets, houses, shops, and public monuments, be whisked back to the tragic days of 79 AD when this prosperous city was buried under a thick layer of deadly ash during a cataclysmic eruption of Mt. Vesuvius.
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