I am going to Rome for a week with a few of my friends and we are hoping to have one day trip where we go to either Florence or Naples.
In terms of time available, it takes around 2-2.5 hours from our hotel to get to both places, Naples being maybe 15-20 minutes closer.
My question to all you lovely people is - which place does it make more sense to spend 1 day in?
We are all aged around 22-24 and enjoy the usual sightseeing, architecture, natural beauty and so on and don't have a particular preference for either place.
Given we only have half to one day to spend there, we want to know which city we can cover more of, and which is worth visiting given the choice between the two.
Thank you so much in advance for any and all help!
We are travelling soon and would appreciate quick replies if possible!
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- Thread Starter
- 21-07-2017 15:32
- 21-07-2017 16:50
This is easy.
GO TO FLORENCE.
The world class museums, the buildings (especially the Duomo, Ponte Vecchio, Pitti, Santa Croce and the Palazzo Vecchio), the river walk, the atmosphere, the Bardini Gardens and Piazza Michelangelo.
I'd never turn down a trip to Naples even though it has a bad reputation. Just that for a day or two it doesn't compare.Last edited by rockrunride; 21-07-2017 at 16:51.
- 21-07-2017 18:22
Another vote for Florence, probably my favourite part of Italy