Naples has a long list of cultural treasures to enjoy, and makes for a perfect city break. Try a walk around Piazza Garibaldi, a visit to some of the cathedrals, or even shopping in the upscale boutiques around the city.
As is the case with any city in Italy, a trip to Naples wouldn’t be complete without some time at an outdoor café, sipping a frothy cappuccino or a strong espresso and watching the city go on with its daily hustle and bustle.
Naples may seem like an ancient city on the outside, but this surprising city also has a modern side to it. Chiaia, Naples’s more upmarket neighbourhood, is full of stylish shops and innovative restaurants.
Palazzo Salgar is only steps from the Maritime station, making the waterfront views accessible. Why not take a day trip to Capri or Ischia? A close walk to places of interest and the Central Railway Station, Palazzo Salgar is the ideal place to stay during your trip to Naples.