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Where to stay in Naples

If you’re looking to spend a holiday in Naples, you’ve come to the right place. There are 4,824 vacation rentals available all over Naples, and we’re confident you’ll find a home that meets your needs and your budget. Affordable vacation rentals in Naples start at a nightly rate of $39, with 20% of properties priced under $45 per night. Whether you’re on the hunt for a private apartment near Catacombs of San Gaudioso or a retreat close to Naples National Archaeological Museum, our mission is to help you find exactly what you need. VacationRenter offers a wide selection of holiday homes from top travel companies like Vrbo, HomeAway,, and many more. Seeking particular amenities such as a private pool or air conditioning? You can easily filter search results with the click of a button. No matter if you’re travelling on your own, going on a romantic Italian honeymoon, or planning a trip for a group of 5, we can match you with a property that sleeps everyone comfortably. Start planning the trip of a lifetime to Naples with VacationRenter today.

Where Is Naples, Italy?

The regional capital of the Italian district, Campania, Naples is situated on the Gulf of Naples, on the western coast of southern Italy.

What Is Naples, Italy Known For?

Whether you explore the narrow spines of the city, glance into its majestic churches, or wolf down a slice of its legendary pizza, Naples continues to hold on to its character. Neapolitans stand by its tried and true Italian philosophy of “dolce far niente,” where life is truly lived – whether on the streets or secluded sections of exclusivity. Stunning scenery circumvents this little corner of the country from the eastern Vesuvius to the western Pozzuoli.

Places to Visit in Naples, Italy

  • Bay of Naples: Spreading around the Bay of Naples is an almost unbroken ribbon of docks, housing, and development whose appeal is hard to discern. Treacherous but sublime natural gems from volcanic craters to hot springs are abound and written into legends penned by Homer and Virgil, a mythological mystique is shrouded over the bay. Beautiful, seductive, and mysterious. The Bay of Naples is an authentic embodiment of what it truly means to be Italian.
  • Castel dell'Ovo: The oldest castle in Naples, the Castel dell'Ovo is quaintly named “Castle of the Egg” in reference to the legend that Virgil buried an egg on the site where the castle now stands, warning that when the egg breaks, the castle — and Naples — will fall. Thankfully, both are still standing, and walking up to the castle's ramparts will reward you with a breathtaking panorama. Sitting prominently on the harbor, the castle’s magnificent façade has established itself as a popular venue for exhibitions and concerts. Guaranteed to take your breath away whether you walk through the labyrinthine passageways and arches, or look out to the stunning Mediterranean Sea, Castel dell'Ovo promises sublime images that you will not forget.
  • Galleria Umberto I: When you walk through the doors of the Galleria Umberto I, you would have thought you walked into an ornate opera house, until you see a Starbucks. A public shopping gallery, Galleria Umberto I is home to an expansive collection of shops and an awe-inspiring decorative ceiling fresco. The oldest and continuously active venue for public opera in the world, the Galleria is made up of luxury retailers that sell designer jewelry, haute couture, antique paintings, and first-edition books. There is also a plethora of elegant restaurants and sophisticated bars where you can take the weight off your feet and tuck into an Italian coffee and tasty cakes.

Popular Destinations Near Naples

  • Pompeii: One of the most famous archaeological ruins on the planet, Pompeii is the historic site of epic Roman legends. Once a thriving and cultured city, Pompeii’s doom came about in 79 AD, when Mount Vesuvius erupted catastrophically spreading fatal destruction in its wake. Millions perished and the city was buried under meters of ash. Fast-forward to present day, Pompeii now thrives as an iconic tourist attraction, where millions of visitors congregate to marvel at the preserved site, featuring excavated ruins of streets, eerie casts of the perished victims, and houses that survived in the eruption. A top attraction for any history buff, Pompeii is a place of fascinating history and legend.
  • Sorrento: Overlooking the Bay of Naples as it sits on the Amalfi Coast, Sorrento is famously known for its awe-inspiring views and unique antique shops selling locally made wares. Plunging cliffs decorate the coastline as the azure waves of the Mediterranean crash against them and glittering palatial hotels dazzle like gems. With a diverse list of visiting alumni that previously included literary geniuses from Dickens to Tolstoy, Sorrento has inspired individuals to visit for centuries. The western gateway to the rest of the Amalfi, Sorrento is not just a mere stop along the way, but the whole adventure all by itself.

Best Neighborhoods in Naples

  • Vomero: Heaven for retail addicts and party animals, Vonero is a mecca of shopping, bars, and restaurants. From vintage boutiques to high-end designers, or clothing and kitchenware — find market steals and treasured gems you didn’t even realize you wanted or needed. After dark, the shopping centers close and the glitter of the bars, lounges, and pubs light up the neighborhood, keeping the party going until dawn breaks.
  • Centro Storico: The heart of Napoli, tourists and locals alike gather in this burgh for its cultural life, architecture, and buzzing vibes. The liveliest and most teeming part of town, Centro Storico is an open-air kasbah of hawking, yelling humanity that makes up in energy what it lacks in grace. But it’s the city’s most intriguing quarter, and a must-see on any visit to the city.

Home-types in Naples

Naples has a variety of property types for you to consider when booking a trip. Here are the most popular property types in Naples:

Points of interests in Naples

Naples has several popular points of interest for you to check out when visiting the area. Here are the most popular points of interest in Naples: