Italy: Food and Culture Overload in Naples with a Local

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As a full time traveller, I find there's no better way to get to know the authentic culture of the place you are visiting if not through the eyes of local people. Get ready to get to know all the hidden facts, myths and legends of this VIBRANT culture city (one of Europe's ancient capitals), while living your true foodie dream, and savoring some of the best Italian food you'll ever taste in your life! Also, do you enjoy going to local food markets? Get ready to feel like a local with me!

About me! Hey, I'm Anna, and in the past 10 years I have spent traveling, I have met some wonderful local people (now friends) who have made me feel welcomed and at home in any country I have visited. It's now my turn to give back to your fellow travelers and my beloved hometown the same treatment I have received around the world. Cannot wait to chaperone your way around, have fun, take photos, and enjoy some of the most indulgent food you'll ever taste with you! :)

Details about the accommodation: I will find a modern apartment with high-quality facilities in the historical city center, a few footsteps away from the main action, yet quiet enough to enjoy your downtime. We can accommodate for 2 double rooms if you are traveling with friends (shared bathroom) or twin beds if solo travellers (shared bathroom). See you in Italy!

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From Naples, Italy, I've lived as an expat for the last 10 years. Since 2019, I'm a full time traveller.

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Metropolitan City of Naples

Day 1
ACCOMMODATION Recommended stays for 4 people: I will find a modern apartment with high quality facilities in the historical city center, a few footsteps away from the main action, yet quiet enough to enjoy your down time. We can accomodate for 2 double rooms if you are traveling with friends (shared bathroom) or twin beds if solo travelers (shared bathroom). P.s. Photo is just an example.

Metropolitan City of Naples

Day 1-5
Travel Dates: - Day 1: Arrival in Naples - Day 2-3: Exploring Naples - Day 4: Day Trip to Sorrento - Day 5: Time to say "See you soon" Transportation: - From your previous destination to Naples, you can fly to Naples International Airport (NAP). Ticket costs vary depending on the starting location, but budget airlines like Ryanair or EasyJet often offer affordable options. Public transportation from the airport to the city center includes the Alibus, costing around 5 Euros per person (the bus drops you in the area, you'll have to walk to get to the specific site). If you're a group of friends, a metered official taxi might be more convenient, dropping you at exact location. Please, bear in mind no Uber or similar is available in Italy. Activities in Naples: - Explore the historic center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (more than 300 churches and 2000 pizza pizza places!!) and wander through the vibrant streets of Spaccanapoli while getting lost into authentic local life. - Get ready to keep eating and walking as we stop by iconic street food spots and local food markets in the Pignasecca area (see locals shopping for their Sunday never ending lunch). - Try traditional Neapolitan pizza at famous pizzerias like Sorbillo or Da Michele. Savour authentic homemade grandma's food (pasta and other courses) in folkloristic restaurant in city centre (Naples is not just pizza!). And mozzarella? Yes, there will be that too. - Visit cultural attractions such as Castel Nuovo, Piazza del Plebiscito, the Royal Palace of Naples and have a stroll on one of the most breath-taking sea promenade (lungomare Caracciolo). - Get a feel of how much the People from Naples venerate football and Maradona (such a massive part of our cultural heritage) by visiting his altar, street art and decoration all throughout the Spanish Quarters. - Get to witness how the city comes alive at night just by doing awesome people watching while sipping 1€ beer surround by ancient Roman ruins in piazza Bellini. - **TRIP HIGHLIGHT: we'll visit the restaurant where pizza was born!!** AND SO MUCH MORE! Best Bars or Lounges in Naples: - Gran Caffè Gambrinus: a historic café with an elegant atmosphere, right opposite to Royal Palace Website: (estimated cost: 5-10 Euros per drink) - Bourbon Street Jazz Club: enjoy live jazz music in a cozy setting. Website: (estimated cost: 8-15 Euros per drink) - Barrio Botanico: all day lounge bar in a historical building with typical architecture (estimated cost: 8-15 Euros per drink) - Miranapoli: stunning terrace overlooking the bay of Naples, the sea and Mount Vesuvius (estimated cost: 8-15 Euros per drink) - Caffè Mexico Piazza Dante: traditional and authentic café where age has not passed to taste original espresso. Espresso price: €0.90!


Day 5
Day Trip to Sorrento (we'll be back to sleep in Naples): Get a taste of Amalfi Coast, it's stunning scenery, breathtaking coastal view, peculiar Lemon culture (this is home to Limoncello - and did you know you can eat pasta with lemons too?). We'll roam around local markets to show how the food culture is different, get a feel of the little streets and narrow alleys where to get lost, have a stop at a local restaurant for lunch, eat Lemon ice cream and why not a deep in pristine sea destination? Transportation: Sorrento is easy to get to from Naples, it's only 1h train ride (price included in the trip cost).
Trip Summary
5 days trip
Metropolitan City of Naples, Metropolitan City of Naples & 1 more
Trekking, Train
What's excluded?
International flights
Food expenses
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