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When a city centre has the designation of being a UNESCO World Heritage Site, you know it’s got it going on. Well, friends, Naples does indeed have a lot going for it.

But don’t just limit yourself to the centre during your visit! Check out one of the most important archaeological museums known to man, then scarf down a pie at the restaurant where pizza was invented. Just don’t try to drive your car hire in Naples with a slice in your hand.

Go Cruising

One of the easiest ways to get around this part of Italy is to reserve some wheels from Wotif’s Naples car hire deals. Your first stop should be at the Naples National Archaeological Museum, because this place is one of the most important of its kind in the world. If you’re a fan of Greek and Roman antiquities, you may have to check your pulse after you see the marble statues of Venus Callipyge and the Farnese Hercules.

You’ve got to be hungry by now, right? Make your way to Pizzeria Brandi, but this isn’t just any old pizza joint. This is where that delicious pie was invented. Not with pineapple, pepperoni and whatever else the Yanks like to throw on it, but pizza margherita with tomatoes, basil and fresh mozzarella drizzled with olive oil. Your life may be complete.

Road Trip!

Do you feel like exploring beyond Napoli’s borders? Take your Naples car rental 71km to the shores of the Amalfi Coast, possibly one of the best pieces of eye candy on the entire planet. Take a drive along the coastal road that twists and turns along the hundred-foot-plus tall cliffs while the blue Mediterranean lurks below.

Mates, it’s time to brush up on the language of love…along with pizza, art and wine. It’s all here. Check out our unbelievable deals on Naples holiday packages and clear your schedule. Not just for a week, but a little longer, because our offers on hotels in Rome are so good, you’re going to want to take the 45-minute flight south and spend some more time in Italy.