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written by Dave Mitchell

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In June, Naples opens the curtain at the theater companies coming from around the world at the Naples Theatre Festival to stage a myriad of events in the most extravagant locations of the city. The festival presents itself as a veritable marathon of shows that bring location normally closed to the public.

 So why lost the chance to run a show in Naples underground or in the courtyard of the Albergo dei Poveri under a starry sky or on the roof of a historical building? Companies that perform from all over the world offer shows in all languages.

The festival lasts 20 days and the city as always during this time of the year gives all its glory. Since the majority of performances are scheduled in the afternoon and evening you have the time to visit most representative places of the city as Galleria Umberto, Piazza Plebiscito, Castell dell' Ovo, Maschio Angioino or to plane a tour of Vesuvius and maybe be able to make a trip to Capri Island.

Naples also offers the opportunity to discover the different collections art preserved in the major museums such as the Capodimonte or PAN  this last is also evening meeting for drinks in the Naples committed.


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