Ancient buildings, the seaside, and museums are just some of the attractions you can visit in Naples in Spring. Here are some pieces of advice on what to see in Napoli in Spring by the BookingNaples.com team.
Visiting Napoli in Spring means that you are in the city during the best season of the year! In Spring there is the perfect climate to explore the city. The mild wheater allows you to walk for long in the streets of the historic center. Also, if you decide to come to Naples in Spring, you will observe how the city changes its colors as Summer arrives. But let’s see what you can’t miss in Napoli in Spring!
Naples in Spring, what to do
The Posillipo district is one of the most panoramic in the city. You also find information about it by looking for “Posillipo hill”. Although it is located in the hilly part of the city, it is a district where sailors used to live and where you can still go to taste excellent fish specialties. In addition to Virgiliano Park and the ruins of the Posillipo Archaeological Park, we also suggest going to the mysterious Palazzo Donn’Anna, right at the beginning of Via Posillipo street.
- Museums with outdoor spaces
In Spring, it is possible to enjoy the outdoor spaces of museums such as the National Archaeological Museum, and the Donnaregina Museum of Contemporary Art (MADRE). They are both located in the historic center of Naples. In the Chiaia district, there is the possibility to visit a beautiful villa a few steps from the sea. It is Villa Pignatelli, a splendid nineteenth-century villa today a museum dedicated to photography. Another museum to visit during Spring is the Museo del Novecento, in the halls of the Sant’Elmo Castle. From there, it is possible to admire one of the most beautiful views of the Gulf of Naples.
- The squares of Naples
In Naples, people of all ages usually meet in the squares of the historic center. Piazza San Domenico, Piazza Dante, and Piazza del Gesù are three of the favorite places by Neapolitans to take a break. Surrounded by the liveliness of the historic center, and warmed by the spring sun which is not excessively hot.