The love of Anglo-Saxon countries for our city is well known. The British and American tourists crowding Naples and the entire coast with the main islands of the Gulf, 2015 was registered the boom in attendance, and many of them even decide to buy ahouse in the places they visited. It will be the love of their readers that has focused attention on the city, by the main American and British newspapers. Theinterest of the New York Times to our city has manifested it self many times through different items. Two in particular have hit us. Starting with theoldest mention the article by journalist Rachel Donadio published December 13,2013 with the headline "Seduced by Naples". The journalist was sent to Europe for the great American newspaper and arrived in Naples he wrote: "the most sober of Florence andless haughty Rome, certainly one of the most romantic places in theworld." Deepening in his article the various beauties and even ugliness,the Donadio concludes with a vision of Naples as a metropolitan antithesisemblem of hell and paradise "that has captured me and that still continues to surprise me."
More recent is the article by journalist Ann Mah January 2016, celebrating Naples and Elena Ferrante, identity Italian writer who even today is for all an 'enigma and author of several bestsellers including published abroad under the title "My Brilliant Friend" and which was followed by three more volumes. Ann Mah, went to the discovery of Naples, the places narrated by Italian writer and a symbol of the town. Ann Mah, went to the discovery of Naples, the places narrated by Italian writer and a symbol of the town. Following the traces of Lenù and Lila, the Mah moves from the heart of the oldtown, Spaccanapoli, to arrive at the sight of the Gulf, through important places for the characters and the author herself, such as Town Hall Square, where the father of writer worked as a porter. From here you towards Luttazzi Ward, describing the degradation. Then at the time the affluent neighborhood of Chiaia elegance to end his journey in Posillipo and here writes, "beforeme glittered Gulf, an undulating expanse of blue covered by the looming mass of Vesuvius. Hence, the district was completely gone. "
The Times, the prestigious British newspaper,usually severe towards our city, May 6, 2016 dedicated a very accurate service.The pen is Liz Rowlinson and analyzes the attractiveness of large multinationa lcompanies to invest in our city. The article also analyzes the performance ofreal estate markets also citing the data of Engel & Völkers Naples Chiaia Posillipo respect to the old town and the surrounding areas.