Naples, first see and then enjoy
This 3-day culinary journey combined the beauty, but also the rough area of Naples. We attended the exclusive opening of Pompeï by night, followed by a Roman procession with a chariot and a diner consisted of typical old-Roman dishes. We could also enjoy an exclusive lunch in the authentic Herculaneum, a visit in the smoking Solfatara, an idyllic view of the beautiful Amalfi coast when we were on the water. Furthermore, we went to the island Capri and we saw its beauty such like the typical taxis with its Italian sunhats. During our diner in a Michelin Guides’ restaurant, we were lucky to see the sunset and after diner people could keep going dancing outside.