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Neaples stretches from the hills created by Campi Flegrei until the slopes of Vesuvio, and faces the famous gulf limited by Capo Miseno and Sorrento. From XVIII century until now, the city is very famous among foreign tourists thanks to the Mediterranean weather, the blue sea, the beautiful panorama (with Vesuvio and the gulf with Capri, Ischia and Procida) and the kindness of the citizens.
Neaples, the administrative centre of Campania, is one of the most important Mediterranean cities. It has great cultural traditions, great buildings of XVI and XVII century, many museums with treasures from Ercolano and Pompei.
As to museums the most important are three: National Archaeological Museum, Capodimonte Museum, and the museum of Certosa di San Martino.
You can also visit: Sant'Elmo Castle, the Royal Palace of Piazza Plebiscito, Decumani churches, underground Neaples with catacombs of San Gennaro, San Gaudioso and San Severo, "Spaccanapoli", a famous street which divides Neaples, the Duomo, building in the XIII century, Mergellina and Posillipo, the most famous districts of the city.

Gulf foreshortening

Castel dell'Ovo

La Galleria Umberto I

National Museum

Palazzo Reale

Il Maschio Agioino

Plebiscito Square

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