Napoli is the capital of Campania and has a historic center declared as Unesco World Heritage Site. It lies between Mount Vesuvius and the sea. The region of Campania, in the Tyrrhenian Sea is one of the most populated in Italy and has an important cultural contribution in the fields of music, architecture and cuisine. Its color, its multiple resources and spectacular culinary offerings make the capital of the Campania an ideal stopover if you have the opportunity to call at the Cruise Port of Napoli. Among the most emblematic areas of the city you can find the Piazza del Plebiscito with the Royal Palace, the Basilica of San Francisco de Paula, the Salerno Palace or the Prefecture Palace. Is also worthy to visit the Cappella Sansevero and also to take pictures from the Castel dell’Ovo and Terrace dei Cannoni. The views of the harbor, the sea and the Vesuvius are stunning. They can be admired from places like the neighborhood of Vomero, the most bourgeois of the city, which has a unique view of Napoli at his feet. You can take advantage of being in Napoli for shopping in the Galleria Umberto I or the Castel Nuovo and also visit and attend a cultural show. A walk around the area of Spaccanapoli or the markets of Via San Gregoria Armeno complete the stay in the magnificent port city of Napoli. The traveler can not miss to enjoy their exquisite cuisine. Not surprisingly, the Neapolitans presume to make the best pizza in the world. Napoli is the city where pizza was born between the sixteenth and seventeenth, one of the most emblematic and international dishes of the Italian country, which has spanned the centuries and has become a hallmark of quality and taste. His culinary tradition includes, many dishes prepared with fish that are a real pleasure. The Cathedral of Napoli, in honor of Santa Maria Assunta; Museum and Gallery of Capodimonte, and trecento works or enclaves as the catacombs of San Gennaro, from the second century, are some of the essential visits if your cruise has a scale in Naples, one of the most beautiful and culturally interesting city of the Italian coast.