The General Director of the Napoli 2 Nord ASL From 25 July 2016 the General Director of the Napoli 2 Nord ASL is  Antonio d’Amore . Doctor d’Amore was reappointed in his post on 6 August 2019 with a resolution of the Campania Regional Council. d’Amore has a degree in Medicine and for many years he played the role […]

The Ruesch Clinic is one of the oldest private clinical establishmets in Naples. It was born in 1919 by the Swiss industrialist Carlo Giorgio Ruesch, who wanted to offer free health assistance to its employees, workers in the Sarno mills, and to their families. In those same years, the Duchess Elena D’Aosta decided to move […]

The Phlegraean Fields are a vast area of volcanic origin located north-west of the city of Naples. The area has a singular structure: it is not a volcano with the shape of a cone but a wide depressed area, of about 12x15km. In 1538 the last eruption occurred, which, although being one of the smallest […]

Pompeii is the legendary city that was buried under tonnes of ash during the 79 AD eruption of the magnificent Mount Vesuvius. Due to the volumes of ash that fell on Pompeii, it has been preserved in fantastic condition and much of the city survives. You can walk through this immense metropolis and see some […]

Towering over the surrounding countryside, Mount Vesuvius is a legendary volcano that was responsible for the destruction and burial of both Pompeii and Herculaneum in 79 AD. This immense monolithic volcano has an elevation of 1281m and is entitled as a somma-stratovolcano. Whilst driving practically anywhere in Naples and the surrounding region you cannot fail […]

Castel Nuovo is a medieval castle located in front of Piazza Municipio and the city hall (Palazzo San Giacomo) in central Naples, Campania, Italy. Its scenic location and imposing size makes the castle, first erected in 1279, one of the main architectural landmarks of the city. It was a royal seat for kings of Naples, Aragon and Spain until 1815. It […]

The Archaeological Park of Pompeii is a decentralised body of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism. It holds special autonomy and is aimed at the preservation,  conservation and  promotion of public use of the archaeological site. Besides the archaeological site of Pompeii, the jurisdiction of the Archaeological Park also encompasses other museums, cultural heritage sites […]

The Nursing Home Alma Mater SpA – Camaldoli Hospital designs and delivers health services of “continuous and day-cycle hospitalization” of a therapeutic, welfare and rehabilitation nature for patients in need of functional rehabilitation (cardiological, respiratory, neurological and orthopedic) and long-term care . In addition, the Nursing Home houses a Psychiatric Residence (SIR) with a continuous and […]

The University of Naples Federico II is a university in Naples, Italy. Founded in 1224, it is the oldest public non-sectarian university in the world, and is now organized into 26 departments. It was Europe’s first university dedicated to training secular administrative staff, and one of the oldest academic institutions in continuous operation. Federico II is the […]

“A city like no other” It’s a city that refuses to sell its soul to tourist traps and overpriced, subpar pasta dishes. Here, culture cannot be bought, sold or seen from the top of a hop-on-hop-off bus. The Neapolitan way of life is ingrained in every facet of the city and its people, from the […]