About the destination

Founded during ancient times, Naples is nearly 3,000 years old. It was first a Greek city, then it was occupied by the Roman Empire, which became the Italy of today. In short, Naples is a city rich in fascinating history. In fact, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


The official currency of Italy is the Euro. This currency can be used in most countries of the European Union. If you plan to use your cards at your destination, don’t forget to communicate the dates of your stay in Italy to your financial institution.


The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) recommends that you consult a health professional to discuss vaccinations for the following diseases: hepatitis B, influenza, tick-borne encephalitis, yellow fever and measles. Note that two doses of the Covid-19 vaccine are required for flights from Canada and for crossing the United States border.


“Italy is a Schengen country. Canadian citizens do not need a visa to travel to Schengen countries. However, you can only travel without a visa for 90 days or less within a 180-day period. Stays are cumulative and include days spent in any Schengen country.” – Canadian Government

According to the Canadian Government, your passport must be valid for at least 3 months after the date of your expected return from the Schengen area.


Month Max Min Prec.
January 13 °C 5 °C 105 mm
February 13 °C 5 °C 88 mm
March 16 °C 7 °C 86 mm
April 19 °C 9 °C 87 mm
May 23 °C 13 °C 56 mm
June 27 °C 17 °C 41 mm
July 30 °C 19 °C 35 mm
August 30 °C 19 °C 42 mm
September 27 °C 16 °C 106 mm
October 23 °C 13 °C 132 mm
November 18 °C 9 °C 148 mm
December 14 °C 6 °C 120 mm


The official language of Italy is of course Italian. It is possible to be served in English in most tourist places. However, it is still recommended to carry an instant translation application or a French-Italian pocket dictionary.

Things to do in Naples

Galleria Borbonica

Galleria Borbonica is a tunnel that was dug to allow King Ferdinand II of Bourbon to escape from his palace in case of war in the nineteenth century. It is possible to visit this royal tunnel on foot, or by raft.

Monastery of San Martino

It is an ancient Catholic monastery that was erected in 1368. Inside, it is a museum that tells the history of the city. Outside, a view of Naples and the Mediterranean awaits you.

Eat a pizza

This is where the pizza was invented and it is the city’s great classic, you have to enjoy a pizza in Naples! We can’t explain it enough, but the sauce, the tomatoes, the mozzarella, the dough, everything is so much better than anywhere else!

Day trip to Capri

From here, you can take a ferry to the popular island of Capri for a day trip. Take advantage of its clear waters for a swim and stroll through the cobblestone streets to discover its colorful houses, flowered balconies and exceptional views of its cliffs.

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