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On Thursday 14 July we propose some tourist itineraries.
Tours can be booked and paid until June 10th.
For each tour, it's necessary to reach n. 20 participants.
If we do not reach the established number of participants, the Organizing Secretariat will refund you the registration fee

walking itinerary from Royal Hotel

From the ancient Borgo di Santa Lucia we will reach the monumental Piazza del Plebiscito with the Church of San Francesco di Paola and the Royal Palace , the San Carlo Theater, the Maschio Angioino , the Umberto Gallery, the refined Museo del Corallo Ascione and finally, Via Toledo with Galleria Zevallos , where the last masterpiece painted by Caravaggio in Naples, the Martyrdom of Sant'Orsola and the artistic collection of the Banco di Napoli are exhibited.


Pompeii is incredibly well preserved. When Vesuvius erupted on 24 August AD 79, it engulfed the two flourishing Roman towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum, as well as the many wealthy villas in the area. These have been progressively excavated and made accessible to the public since the mid-18th century. You will get a vivid impression of the opulent lifestyle enjoyed by the wealthier citizens of the Early Roman Empire. Pompeii is one of the most meaningful testimonies of the Roman civilization. The city resurfaces from the dark of the centuries as it was to the moment in which it came covered by one layer of escaped ashes, with the devastating eruption of the Vesuvius. Today, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the most popular tourist attractions of Italy, with approximately 2,500,000 visitors every year

Naples historic center 

(metro route from the Royal Hotel  be careful the metro and the routes must in any case be reached /completed on foot)

A path that winds through the ancient center of Naples declared UNESCO World Heritage Site. The historic center has a very rich historical stratification with churches, noble palaces  that make it a unique itinerary. Among the monuments to visit are the famous Veiled Christ, Santa Chiara and the Greek-Roman excavations of the Macellum .

Bank Transfer:
Account holder: MP srl Congressi e ComunicazioneBANK: BPER - Ag. 1 Napoli - Italy
IBAN code : IT33D0538703411000000211837
Payments must be made in euro and addressed to MP Congressi

Please specify on the bank receipt "Ewas5 and participant's name"
Certification of payment made by bank transfer must be attached to the registration form or mailed( or faxed(+39 081 5750145) to MP CongressiCredit Card: Please download Authorization Credit Card Form, fill it and attach it to the registration form   

Please book here your tourist itinerary