Naples has an abundance of attractions and activities that await its annual tourists. There is no way to list them all here, but below are some of the most popular things to do in Naples: Stop by the Piazza del Plebiscito, which sits near the Gulf of Naples and between the Royal Palace to the east and the Church of San Francesco di Paola to the west. Colonnades stretch along its edges, and there are many famous buildings within short walking distance. Occasionally, open-air public concerts will be held in the piazza.
Visit Lake Agnano, which is not a lake but once was. The lake, which occupied the crater of the now- extinct Agnano volcano, was drained in 1870. On the southern rim of “the lake,” you will find natural sulphur-vapor baths and a cave called Grotta del Cane nearby. Attend a football (soccer) match at Stadio San Paolo, the home field of the local team, called the Napoli. The stadium was first constructed in 1959 but renovated in 1989 to host the 1990 World Cup. It is the third-highest capacity stadium in Italy, holding over 60,000.