You can walk among the little streets of the historical center, you can ride a vespa on the seafront, or eat a pizza on a terrace overlooking the gulf: you can celebrate Valentine’s day in Napoli in several ways. Below you will find some ideas for celebrating Valentine’s day in Napoli.
Romantic dinner with a view on the gulf
Napoli offers many options regarding food and good cuisine: you can taste the traditional Neapolitan dishes or you can choose some that can perfectly embrace tradition and innovation in the kitchen.
Furthermore, food won’t be the only highlight of the night. You can choose areas such as Posillipo, Marechiaro, Vomero or Borgo Marinari. So, not only are those neighborhoods home to some very good restaurants, but they also offer a spectacular view of the gulf and the Vesuvius.
Visit to Parco Virgiliano and Bosco di Capodimonte
Parco Virgiliano offers a spectacular view from above of the Neapolitan gulf. You can get lost in the many little streets surrounded by nature and then discover wonderful spots: the ideal way to celebrate Valentine’s day.
Bosco di Capodimonte is the green lung of Napoli. Nature is everywhere and it’s the ideal place to walk with your lover holding hands. Furthermore, it offers a beautiful view of Napoli: you can see spaccanapoli, the main squares and the monuments. In the heart of the park, there is the Museum of Capodimonte, one of the most important in Italy.
A walk in the historical center
The historical center is surely the ideal place to take a walk with your sweetheart. You can surround yourself with the perfume of the food from the restaurants, explore the little streets that hide artisan workshops, or stop and have a coffee in a square: those are all activities you will love.
During Valentine’s night, Port’Alba’s bookshops are open and some of them also have tables, where you can sit a sip a glass of wine browsing through the pages of a book: afterall, the love in books is an immortal one.
An evening at the theater
On Valentine’s day, San Carlo theater, one of the most famous in the world, offers a program focused on famous love stories: so, is there a better way than spending Valentine reviving the love of Romeo and Juliet or Tristan and Isolde?
You can check the program here.
January 13th, 2021