Travel Naples, Italy – Top 5 Things To Do

Take a tour of Top 5 Travel Attractions of Naples, Italy – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions series by GeoBeats.

Hey, this is your travel host Naomi. I would like to show you the top five attractions of Naples, Italy.

Number five, Piazza del Plebiscito. A gorgeous semicircular Piazza in the middle of Naples, it’s church was modeled after Rome Pantheon.

Number four, Castle Nuovo. Naples is the city of castles, this castle was built in the late thirteenth century. Inside you will find many historic art works.

Number three, Capri Island. One of the world’s most beautiful islands, is only twenty miles from Naples. Soak in the sun and enjoy life in Southern Italy.

Number two, Castle dell’Ovo or Castle Leveg. A famous landmark and the city’s oldest Castle, first colonies here, date back over twenty five hundred years ago.

And number one, Pompei Ruins. A UNESCO world heritage site, close to Naples. It was devastated and buried amidst ash due to a volcanic eruption in the first century.

Hope you enjoyed the video, see you next time.


michael ching says:

i will go there next year..

John G. Cagle says:

i like how naomi always runs away super fast

Walter ego says:

Castel dell’ovo, Castel Nuovo (Maschio Angioino), Piazza del Plebiscito absolutely yes… they are close. About the island, Capri and Pompei, well you need a little bit more time… anyway … enjoy Naples…

Rebecca Linnéa says:

Oh my god. I am not italian, just studying the language, but the english accent when she pronounced italian words were sooo bad. Made me cringe like crazy and I am not even a native speaker!!!

pop96Life says:

My city 🙂

geobeats says:

We agree! Thanks for watching!

Walter ego says:

Well you should consider Napoli sotterranea, Spaccanapoli, Reggia di Caserta, Campi Flegrei with all the Greek ruins, as Nyquist said two Royal palace… actually there are too many things that you can not see everything even in one life… but anyway good job!

Nyquist80 says:

Dont forget the two Royal palace, one in Piazza del Plebiscito (not shown here) and the other one: Capodimonte, with Royal Garden and Museum (it is into city as well).

Marco Amodio says:


moody says:

Hi geobeats, is it possible to cover all the five attractions in a single day??

jaja lunae says:

visit too…San Severo Chapel and Christ veiled ! AMAZING.

KtK says:

Naples the capital city of the kingdom of the two sicilies

geobeats says:

Thanks for all the comments and suggestions of other attractions!

Rachid Boutra says:


Antonio Imparato says:

Italy has many beautiful areas, but Naples is beautiful, in Naples there is art, history, sea, sun, music and food, what more do you want?

Joey DiNapoli says:

Stadio San Paolo

ศรีวิไล วงศ์ถาวร says:

Goods ขอบคุณค่ะ

Lauren Ruggiero says:

Looks great

Monti Gabbana says:

why say it when you can’t even pronounce it correctly lady you sure butcher those italian .words

pliiant says:

you mentioned nothing about the magnificent Unesco world heritage Dollan baths, why… they even sell chips???

jaja lunae says:

( X NAHORNI7 ) : you are the worst ignorant of the world, shame on you!

mauro nardos says:

pezzo di merda,sei un polentone invidioso eh?! stai cercando di screditare la cittßa piu bella del mondo dappertutto,se ti acchiappo di ditruggo merda!

Jesusandbible says:

MOUNT VESUVIUS in Naples Italy
500,000 people may be burnt alive in a pyroclastic flow moving at hundreds of miles per hour. In The book of Revelation is a prophecy “And the second angel sounded, and as it were a great mountain burning with fire was cast into the sea: and the third part of the sea became blood” Rev 8:8. Vesuvius is by the sea. Time to move home?

davesguitarplanet says:

Thanks so much for the quarter note bass drum. Some videos don’t have that and are, as a result, so boring and un-hip. The quarter note bass drum makes everything better! (Not.)

cynthia1801 says:

Napoli Sotterranea – the underground tunnels once used as aqueducts and as shelters during the WWII.

Adele Kruger says:

What’s not to love about Naples, Italy?

H2Corsa says:

i hope i visit Naples one day to taste the pizza & spag and the most important visiting San Paolo
its a shame that its not safe

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