Naples Tours

Naples Tours

Discover the beauty, history, and culture of southwest Italy in Naples. Marvel to the timeless beauty of the Duomo di San Gennaro Enjoy the wind in your hair and sand in your toes on one of the many beautiful and uncrowded beaches around Naples.

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What Can I See On A Naples Tour?

There are a variety of Naples city tours. Which one you should choose depends on your interests and whether you've visited the region before. History buffs will be fascinated by the Royal Palace and the National Archeological Museum. Hikers and geology enthusiasts will love seeing and climbing part of Mt Vesuvius. And, architecture buffs will enjoy touring Castel Nuovo, built in the 13th century.

How Long Does A Typical Naples Tour Last?

Naples tours are mostly either half-day or full-day tours. Half-day tours generally last around four hours, and full-day tours last around eight hours. If you don't want to spend the half-day waiting to get the ticket, our "skip the line" tours are designed for you. If you prefer to spend some time to enjoy the sand, tours that include Amalfi are perfect for you! History enthusiasts will love the excursions to Pompeii.

Is Naples Safe?

Tourists are generally safe in Naples, despite the city's past unsavory reputation. However, as with any tourist mecca, it's wise to be alert for pickpockets.

Is There a Train from Naples to the Amalfi Coast?

Yes. There is a regular direct rail service between Naples and Salerno. The trains run several times a day, and the scenic journey takes around 40 minutes. The Circumvesuviana train from Naples to Sorrento departs the city's central station and takes about an hour.

What is the Best Time to Visit Naples?

There is no wrong time to visit Naples. The weather in this part of Italy is sunny and warm from early spring to late fall. However, to avoid crowds, the best months to visit are April, May, September, and early October. The winter months are more relaxed, but not cold, with an average high temperature of around 13 degrees Celsius, 55 degrees Fahrenheit.