Napoli, the largest city in Italy’s south, is a diverse and wonderful place to live. The city features wide pedestrian streets lined with boutiques, cafes and restaurants. There are also many museums to visit including the National Archaeological Museum which exhibits ancient Roman artifacts from Pompeii.
Napoli has many vibrant neighborhoods offering great food, nightlife and cultural activities including San Ferdinando where you can find some of the best restaurants in Naples serving local cuisine from all over Italy at affordable prices. If you prefer to cook at home check out some of these specialty shops: Alimentari di Santa Lucia offers delicious cheeses; La Pasticceria di San Gregorio Armeno sells mouth-watering pastries; Antica Cucina del Vomero offers authentic Sicilian specialties such as arancino (rice balls) stuffed with ricotta cheese or tomato sauce; Forno Roscioli bakes fresh bread every day using traditional recipes handed down through generations while Bar Gullo serves up espresso on a terrace overlooking Mergellina Bay which overlooks Mergellina Bay makes it an ideal location for outdoor dining during warmer months when temperatures rise above 80 degrees Fahrenheit (27 degrees Celsius).
Napoli is known for its vibrant nightlife and there are many places to choose from. In Santa Lucia you will find some of the best clubs in Naples such as Rolling Stone that has live music on weekends and DJ’s spinning the latest house music during the week. The area around Piazza Bellini is also popular among college students because it offers a wide range of bars, cafes and fast food restaurants where locals hang out after work.