Naples and Rome
Naples is the birthplace of pizza, so grab a slice in the large public square of Piazza Dante before exploring the city’s underground art scene. Visit the National Museum of Archaeology or the Sansevero Chapel Museum, where you’ll find amazingly lifelike sculptures. At night, wander around the Spaccanapoli district, a pedestrian-only area of narrow, winding streets. If you’re looking for a more relaxed way to enjoy your evening, visit the beach to watch the sunset, have a drink from one of the many bars and listen to music. While in Naples, be sure to enjoy more than the pizza; you’ll find aromatic coffee and delicious pastries, too. The Scaturchio bakery, found in the middle of town, has been a family-operated business for over 100 years. See the bakery’s Vesuvio cake on display that comes in the shape of the famed volcano. After that, make your way back to Rome, where you started your journey.