The New York Times fascinated by Naples describes it as a glorious city and invites everyone to visit it!
On New York Times we talk about Naples, in fact an American journalist, Laura Rysman, has dedicated an entire article entitled "36 hours in Naples, Italy"To the fascinating city.
In this article, just as if it were a real guide, it is explained to everyone how to visit Naples in 36 hours. These are just some of the words that the writer dedicates to Naples: "A glorious city, known for its vitality, with a shadow of threat, now teems with visitors, in this Mediterranean capital, guarded by Vesuvius, the number of tourists has more than doubled from the 2010. The crimes have decreased (in particular the murder rate and the garbage rate has decreased). "
The writer then lists some symbolic places of Naples as Villa Pignatelli and there is no lack of references to the beautiful novel by Elena Ferrante and to the TV series and films Gomorra which were filmed in Naples and which brought curiosity and attention to a very often underestimated city.