The famous city of Naples is a treasure trove of gastronomy, architecture, music and art with a rich cultural and historical heritage. Founded in the 8th-9th Century BC as a Greek colony, Naples is one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world, and its 4,200 acre city centre is actually the largest in Europe and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
With the city being the birthplace of pizza, Naples has a wealth of authentic wood-burning oven pizzerias to try during your stay. The city is famous for its cuisine and wine, drawing culinary influences from the numerous cultures that have inhabited over the course of time such as Greek, French and Spanish.
Naples is widely known for many museums and art galleries, piazzas, castles, palaces and churches, all within easy reach of the UNA Hotel Naples. Main areas of interest include the main city square of Piazza Del Plebiscito, The National Archaeological Museum of Naples housing the world’s most extensive collection of Roman Empire artefacts and the Cathedral of Naples; the city’s premier place of worship.