Feature photo: Capri view of the Mediterranean Sea
There are so many and so beautiful places all over the world. The special thing about places within the European Union, however, is that you are still at home and therefore have all the rights and amenities of a Union citizen.
If time and budget allow, my wife and I take the opportunity to visit friends or to explore interesting and preferably beautiful spots. It's good if you can combine both, as in Naples, for example, one of the oldest cities in the world.
The nice thing about Naples is that the food tastes good and the city also has a very interesting environment. The whole thing is then garnished with a few islands that invite you to linger for a while.
So we used the last two stays in Naples to get to know the island of Capri on foot and were also able to discover very "enchanted places".
My recommendation for the first visit to Capri is to walk out of the Marina Grande in the direction of Anacapri as soon as you reach the island. A leisurely ascent via Anacapri, Cetrella to Monte Solaro begins immediately. However, the ticket for the cable car must now be bought at the base station. After a wonderful panoramic view of the island, you can take the cable car to Anacapri in thirteen and a half minutes, from there take the city bus to Capri and finally take the funicular back to the port. The evening can then be ended comfortably in Naples.
But Naples itself also invites you to go for a walk. From the port through the old town up to Castel Sant'Elmo or just along the coast to one of the old Roman villas.
My wife and I enjoyed it once again and we are already looking forward to our next visit.