A city of dualities: religion and myth, tourism and localism, sacre and profane, chaotic and charming . This is Naples. Well known for its stunning views of Vesuvio and amazing foods, this city has to be visited in full: admiring its many churches, exploring each hidden corner and trying all the pizzas and buffalo mozzarella you possibly can. In August I planned to travel with a couple of friends to the Amalfi Coast, and since I had never been to Naples and being so close, I decided to visit the city on my own and see if all the good things I've heard about it were actually true.
Le Chiavi Di Casa B'n'B
I decided to book a bed and breakfast close to Piazza Dante, in an area close to the centre, but at the same time away from the most crowded places. Le Chiavi di Casa is run by a young couple who did a great job renovating the b'n'b and being able to keep its traditional charm of a typical Neapolitan apartment. I truly felt like at home - the name in fact literally translate as The Home Keys.