Italy’s third largest city is one of its oldest, most artistic and most appetizing. Naples’ centro storico (historic centre) is a Unesco World Heritage Site. Its archaeological treasures are among the world’s most important, and there are lots of palaces, castles and churches to visit. Then there’s the food. Blessed with rich volcanic soils, a bountiful sea, and centuries of culinary know-how, the Naples region is known as one of Italy’s best food regions, serving up the country’s best pizza, pasta and coffee, and many street snacks and sweet treats. When we think of Naples we remember our very Italian apartment with a terrace that could have easily been a set in a movie (you can almost see Julia Roberts and George Clooney drinking their coffee in the morning :-)).