Italy’s third-largest city, Naples is hot, crowded and chaotic. Not only are its pavements as congested as its roads, but scooters often fail to distinguish between the two. So why bring kids here? First and foremost, Naples is the jumping-off point for excursions to Pompeii the most enigmatic ruins you’ll find anywhere. And then threes the Amalfi Coast a bit on the posh side, but nevertheless a fine excuse for beach hopping and a breathtaking coastal drive. But even Naples itself is worth a day or two of sightseeing. If the castles and archaeology museum don’t do it for your kids, at least you can introduce them to some of Italy’s most authentic pizza and ice cream.

This is edited copy from Europe with Kids by William Gray.


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