Pizza, Limoncello and Art
A full immersion in the Neapolitan way of life: art, people, food, views and emotions in a unique experience in the land of Campania.
I have a love affair with pizza… let’s say it’s sort of ‘bread and love and carbs’!
See Naples and then die
It is to Goethe that we owe the famous statement that has spread throughout the world to describe the beauty of Naples and its sun. In the shadow of Vesuvius and in the middle of a beautiful bay where the famous islands of Ischia and Capri rise, Naples is a colourful and effervescent city, experienced by the friendly Neapolitans in the city streets full of small shops and local artisans. Don’t forget to visit Piazza del Plebiscito, the Maschio Angioino, the Castel dell’Ovo and the characteristic Via dei Presepi.
La Reggia di Caserta
The splendid royal residence of the Bourbons designed in 1752 by Luigi Vanvitelli. A structure that has nothing to envy the great European palaces such as Versailles, its interior offers beautiful rooms and staircases in pure Baroque-Rococo style typical of the second half of the 18th century. And outside, a huge, magnificent Italian-style garden.
The extraordinary archaeological park at the foot of Vesuvius that bears witness to the life and architecture of Roman times completely preserved under almost six metres of ash that fell with the eruption of the volcano in 79. Works of extraordinary beauty that are true testimony to a prosperous and lively era, completely wiped out in a few hours
The Neapolitan Pastiera
It is a cake that is hardly missing from the tables of the Neapolitans, especially at Easter. A symbol of springtime, it has two elements that make it unmistakable: orange blossom water and cooked wheat, two ingredients that, skilfully mixed with ricotta cheese, butter, honey, sugar, eggs and flour, make this cake one of the excellences of Neapolitan food.
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