Day Trips From Naples

From Royal palaces, to ancient ruins through to the breathtaking coastline, there is something for everyone in Naples that can be done in a day.


Travel Guide to Ravello

Ravello is indisputably the romantic capital of the Amalfi coast. Inhabited by only 2,500 people, it sits pretty in the high hills above Amalfi. The t…

Procida Island

Procida is the smallest and considered the most “authentic” of the Bay’s three main islands. Barely frequented and known by tourists, this is the isla…

Cuma

Cuma was the first ancient Greek settlement on Italian mainland (Magna Graecia). It is said to have been founded in the 8th century b.c. by settlers w…

Palace of Caserta

A true feat for Italian baroque architecture, the colossal royal Palace of Caserta (Reggia di Caserta) has been dubbed the Versailles of Italy. It was…

Travel Guide to Solfatara Volcano

If you want to experience what the ancients used to consider “the entrance to the regions of hell”, then you can’t miss a walk atop the Solfatara Volc…

Travel Guide To Pompeii

Pompeii Opening Times: April-October: daily 8.30 am – 7.30 pm November-March daily 8.30 am – 5 pm Last entry one hour before closing time. Pri…

Travel Guide to Amalfi

Population: 5,000 Amalfi is a beautiful town located on the spectacular Amalfi coast around 40 km southeast of Naples. As with the majority of town…

Travel Guide to Sorrento

Population: 16,500 Sorrento is a cliff-side town that overlooks the Bay of Naples. The town is famous for its steep slopes, beautiful views of Napl…

Travel Guide Ischia Island

Facts: Size: about 10 km by 7 km, the largest of the islands in the Bay of Naples, with an area of 47 m² and 37 km of coastline Population: around 6…

Travel Guide To Capri Island

Capri facts: Inhabitants: around 7,000. The island has up to 5,000 visitors a day over the summer months. Size: 6 km x 2.7 km Capri is a single blo…

Travel Guide to Hercolaneum

Nowhere in the world can you have a deeper insight into how Roman life would have been than in Pompeii and Herculaneum. While Pompeii was covered in v…

Travel Guide to Mount Vesuvius

What’s the main reason people enjoy visiting here? Mt Vesuvius is one of the most active volcanoes in europe, and it’s the only one that’s still ac…