Ercolano, Naples and Cercola, are nearby areas which are also worth discovering.
Portici has a number of museums and theaters nearby that allow visitors to really get a feel for the area. Learn, admire and be thoroughly entertained in the most popular museums including the Museum of Music History, the National Archaeological Museum and the National Museum of San Martino. Lovers of the arts will find plenty to applaud at venues such as the Teatro di San Carlo.
If you are travelling with kids, give them a chance to enjoy the child-friendly attractions nearby. Explore Naples Aquarium, to experience some of the stars of the animal kingdom.
There are many picturesque outdoor attractions here as well so don’t miss the nearby green spaces. If you’d like to spend some time in a little tranquility don’t miss the Botanical Garden of Naples.
Sights such as Santa Chiara, the Piazza del Plebiscito and the San Francesco di Paola are well worth visiting during your time in Portici. If you’re into history, Naples’s past comes vividly back to life at the Santa Maria del Carmine, the Fontana di Monteoliveto and the La Fontana dell'Immacolatella. Those with a passion for religious history will appreciate the hallowed atmosphere at the Church of San Ferdinando, the San Gregorio Armeno Church and the Chiesa di Sant'Angelo A Nilo.
Grab your credit card and head to Galleria Umberto for some retail therapy.
Portici is a place steeped in sporting history. Join local fans at nearby Stadio Arturo Collana, home to the F.C. Turris Neapolis 1944 soccer team in winter and the S.S.D. Puteolana 1902 Internapoli. After enjoying the game, follow local sports fans to a nearby pub and relive the match highlights over a few drinks.
Finding somewhere comfortable to stay close to Portici couldn’t be easier. The Palazzo Caracciolo Napoli - MGallery Collection, the Royal Continental Hotel Naples and the Una Hotel Napoli are just some of the best places to stay while you are enjoying this special area.