What to do in the capital of Southern Italy?

Located two and a half hours from Paris, Naples is the ideal destination to escape the metropolis for a colorful corporate retreat! We take you to discover Campania, this destination that boasts breathtaking natural landscapes, a cultural and gastronomic heritage that will surely impress your colleagues during your corporate trip to Naples! Discover Naples with your teams and let yourself be carried away by the art of Neapolitan strolling! Here is our selection of the essentials of Naples to do during your offsite:

Taste the authentic Neapolitan pizza: the pillar of Italian cuisine! Pizza, the queen of the table, was born in Naples. Enjoy it on the go during your team retreat in Naples between two activities. Here it is folded into a “handkerchief”. Do as the Neapolitans do and stop at the two best pizzerias in Naples on Via Dei Tribunali, Di Matteo and Sorbillo, where they are prepared right in front of your eyes. You can opt for the classic Margherita (cheese, basil, tomato) in the colors of Italy or the fried pizza stuffed with ricotta, mozzarella, fresh tomatoes, and bacon. We can also mention the Antica Pizzeria da Michele, a true institution for tasting Margherita and Marinara pizzas.

Climb to the top of the Vomero hill to visit the Castel Sant’Elmo. This castle, formerly known as Belforte or Paturcium, is located on the hill of Vomero in Naples. Built in 1329, it was initially a fortified royal residence. However, an earthquake caused a part of the castle to collapse and when the Spaniards decided to rebuild it San Telmo, named after a Spanish Dominican saint, they transformed it into a military fortress. It later became a prison until 1952. Today, the Castel Sant’Elmo in Naples is an Italian cultural heritage site open to the public. Do not miss visiting it during your corporate trip to Naples if you are interested in the history and culture of Naples.

Be moved by the fabulous Veiled Christ at the Cappella Sansevero: An amazing baroque-style chapel Hidden among the alleys of Naples, this exceptional chapel is a true gem of the city’s historical heritage. At its center is the extraordinary Veiled Christ by Giuseppe Sanmartino. You can admire all the sculptural work of this realistic-looking artwork. You will also find other statues including “Modesty” by Antonio Corradini as well as other masterpieces from this Baroque period.

Go to Piazza Dei Martini: The epicenter of chic and shocking nights for Neapolitan youth. The trendy 20-35-year-olds meet en masse on weekend evenings at Piazza Dei Martini and its western alleys. Lounge bars are side by side, competing with multicolored neon lights and lining up round or square poufs in the street. Sip delicious cocktails with colleagues during your offsite while nibbling on tapas to the sound of house music. The southern Italians sparing no effort…, the atmosphere is guaranteed!

Visit Pompeii, a huge, impressive site: An invaluable testimony of daily life in antiquity. Everyone knows the story of Pompeii. This 66 ha city with flourishing trade housed about 25,000 inhabitants when it was buried under the ashes of Vesuvius in 79 AD. A layer of ash preserved this exceptional Roman city intact. Today, many visitors go to the ruins of Pompeii to discover: temples, streets, theaters, houses, baths… Also, do not miss the ruins of Herculaneum. Due to its proximity to Vesuvius, Herculaneum was covered with mud and lava, unlike Pompeii, which was buried under ash. The atmosphere that emanates from this site is both intimate and enigmatic. These historical cities are integral parts of the essentials of Naples!

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