Hello!

Has everyone got World Cup fever?  Or are you sick of it already?!

The big event for this weekend is the re-opening of the Carriage Museum at the Villa Pignatelli.  The museum was closed for more than 20 years, but will re-open to the public on Friday 13th June.

On Friday 13th and Sunday 15th June, there are two of the series of Nuits d’été à Pausilippe’ concerts, celebrating chamber music, at the Suor Orsola Benincasa university.

If you’re looking for something a bit different and special this weekend, then why not go on a night time guided tour of the Solfatara volcanic craters.  Afterwards, you have the opportunity to try fish, cooked using the steam from the craters, and also to try some Agnanum Falanghina wine.

Speaking of interesting guided tours, if you’re looking for something less nocturnal, then on Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th June, there are guided tours of the Terme di Agnano Roman thermal bath site.  A selection of Roman and Greek ruins.

For those of you looking for something relaxing to do on Sunday 15th June, then head to the Villa Floridiana where there will be a free yoga lesson, and solar meditation,  in the park.

Also, for the whole month of June, there is a special month of events, across the city, for children and young people – Giugno Giovani (June for Young People).  With Social Circus, Street Art, Gaming, Photography, Acting, Graffiti, Public Art, Food, Wellness, Sport, Music and dance, there really is something for everyone!

Of course there are even more events currently on around Naples, details of which you can find on our events pages.

Enjoy your weekend and the start of the World Cup and….. FORZA INGHILTERRA! 😉