You'll need to book (by phone) at least two hours ahead to visit the world's largest Roman cistern, but it's well worth the effort to...
Museo Archeologico dei Campi Flegrei
This usually crowd-free museum occupies the Castello di Baia, built in the late 15th century by the Aragonese as a defence against...
Parco Archeologico di Baia
In Roman times, these 1st-century-BC ruins were part of a sprawling palace and spa complex. Emperors would entertain themselves and...
These folks try hard to please, with a reasonably priced menu, welcoming window boxes and inexpensive beer. The menu holds few...
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Right on a sandy beach with views of Procida and Ischia, this retro, sun-bleached restaurant enjoys cult status in Naples (book ahead on weekends). The seafood dishes are simple, fresh and lingering, from the antipasto misto (which might include fried courgettes and prawns, marinated carpaccio and octopus salad) to the unforgettable spaghetti alle vongole (spaghetti with clams).
If the weather's on your side, request a table on the raffish deck (or right on the sand) and while away the hours with a local Falanghina.