course, Neapolitan music and the great comedies of Eduardo De Filippo.
Naples is a postcard that should be admired in its every angle; Palazzo Reale, National Archaeological Museum and Piazza Plebiscito that hugs the piazza; Maschio Angioino and Castel dell’Ovo on the seafront, as well as Castel Sant’Elmo, on the Vomero hill.
The background to every scene is the imposing Vesuvius, to which tours can be arranged.
We couldn’t not dedicate a few lines of our book to Caserta, best-known for the Reggia Borbonica, nicknamed the “Versailles of Italy” because it is similarity to the French Palace both in construction and architecture; the large park and long gardens are rich in plants, statuary and fountains. Of particular note are the Fountain of Cerere and Eolo.