In the presence of urbanization that hascemented the city as in other large Italian cities, including the major streets and small alleys; reveals a series of palaces, houses, villas where always peeking its beautiful Gulf, there is the sly part of this city, where you can spend a day outdoors, as an alternative to the sea: its beautiful natural parks, picnics and scenic walks!
In Posillipo there are the Virgilian Park. Large expanses of greenery where to liedown in the shadow of its oaks, olive trees, oaks, or organize a picnic, also isolated from the rest of the visitors to spend some quality time. What much of the area is definitely affecting the view of the very impressive sea, on a nice sunny day you can see Capri, Ischia and Procida, the Sorrento Peninsula and even Vesuvius, Nisida, Bagnoli and Pozzuoli, a spectacle impossible to find inother parts of the world.
The green lung of Naples is the Wood of Capodimonte, which stretches for more thana hundred hectares. Among elms, oaks, lindens, are articulated five major avenues chestnut trees and cypresses that lead to the Museo di Capodimonte, to the Princes Casino, the Palazzo Palazziotti, the stables and the Church of San Gennaro. You can participate in organized events, or simply walk, stopping toread a good book, enjoy running along its paths or delight in a picnic.
Shifting of the Vomero we Floridiana in which we can also find a small lake where many turtles swim. Interesting a visit tothe National Museum of Ceramics Duke of Martina.