Naples is a city of art and sea, the largest seaside town of Italy and the
third largest city in Italy after Rome and Milan.
Visiting Naples means immersing yourself in a setting of extraordinary
beauty and complexity: 2,500 years of history are represented and
testified by artistic and architectural treasures of enormous value.


Naples is a fascinating city, rich in history, culture, art, nature,
traditions, and legends. Naples is famous for its wealth of important
people, poets, philosophers, painters, and musicians.

The old town is the largest historic centre of Europe, a veritable
open-air museum, declared by UNESCO to be a World Heritage.

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Naples has a lovely climate; it is cool in summer due to the sea breeze and mild in winter.
At any time of year you can enjoy beautiful sunny days.


Naples has also  a great location. From Naples it is easy to reach famous places like
Vesuvius, the islands of Capri and Ischia, the Ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum, the
Royal palace of Caserta, Positano, Amalfi, Sorrento and many others.

The secretariat of Centro Italiano is available to give students information about Naples,
its services, activities, events, as well as transportation to these famous places.

Studying Italian in Naples is a special, unique experience thanks to its mild climate, the
peculiar character of the people, the meeting of many different cultures.