Naples - Italy’s iridescent third largest city, and the capital of Campania. Founded in the first millennium BC by the Greeks, Naples is one of the world’s oldest continuously inhabited urban regions. The heart of the city, the largest historic center in Europe, has been certified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Naples became a cultural center of the Roman Empire, and later developed as a center of humanism and enlightenment - following the emergence of Caravaggio, the city followed Milan in becoming a capital of the Baroque movement. The plaque fixed proudly to the church at Piazza Del Gesù Nuovo encapsulates the true significance of this spectacular city - ‘an unparalleled universal value, which has exerted a profound influence on much of Europe and beyond its borders’.
There’s no better way to explore Naples than by bicycle. On a guided tour, you can enjoy an inspirational Italian adventure in the ‘City of the Sun’, exploring its sensational artistic, religious, culinary, and sporting culture. Pedal through the picturesque Piazza Del Plebiscito and discover a true embodiment of Naples’ appreciation for ornate architecture and picturesque public spaces. An enchanting landscape unfurls before your handlebars if you explore the ‘Paradise Coast’, from the midday sunlight that dances on the Mediterranean at Lungomare Caracciolo, to the majestic views of Mount Vesuvius from atop Posillipo Hill.
Encounter the incredible on a bike tour of Naples, and see how the ‘City of the Sun’ shines for you!