Not many are aware that Naples is home the the world renowned Pizza! The first pizza ever created was dedicated to Princess Margherita of Naples, and it was bestowed to her from a man at that time considered the lowest level of society. The first pizza was made of wheat, water and tomato. Today, many more ingredients have been added to the pizza, but only in this city will you discover the actual real taste of such a simplistic but delicious dish. Naples is also a city that is connected to its religious roots. Neapolitans are passionate believers and have built countless of beautiful churches spread about the small streets of the old city. As you turn the corner, and venture towards the middle of a crowded street, don’t be surprised if you run into a Baroque white marble finely decorated church. Yes, the grandeur of Baroque. A typical evening tour of Naples would be comprised of the sampling of Neapolitan ice cream, a walk on the seaside as you gaze upon and listen to street musicians playing Italian love songs… or you can choose to take a ride (by car or bicycle) to the upper part of the city and experience a breathtaking view overlooking the Gulf. Within our excursions, we include the possibility of visiting several of the churches and many of the museums of the city. Naples’ National Archeological Museum is considered one of the most important museum’s of its kind in the world, with works of the Renaissance, the Romans, and the Greeks of the highest caliber. And if that is not enough, the house of the Royal family has been converted into a museum. A must see spot when visiting Naples.