Today, Netferry takes you to Naples, one of the most vibrant and exciting cities in Italy - there's so much to discover!
In the past Naples was a very important city and the port of Napoli has always welcomed ships and passengers, from all over the world! Tourists come here to experience the rich local culture and get lost in the sights and sounds of this decadent city. There are plenty of Neapolitan traditions and culinary delights to explore which will make your trip an unforgettable experience. At the end of the Christmas season, people in Naples celebrate the epiphany with festivities all around the city.
Although the Balearic Islands are considered a tourist destination for beach lovers, there's also a lot to offer culturally curious travellers. In fact, because of their strategic position in the Mediterranean sea, the Balearic Islands were plundered and colonized by the Carthaginians, Romans, Turks, French and English, which resulted in a melting pot of culture and architecture.
Mallorca is the biggest of the Balearic Islands and Palma, is its capital. Palma is easily one of the most beautiful historical cities in the Mediterranean sea. Palma's location, in a beautiful Mediterranean bay, makes the city all the more fascinating and exciting.
Take a trip to Slovenia, the green heart of Europe; it will amaze you with its varied landscape and natural beauty, it is an excellent place for the whole family. There are plenty of sights and attractions to keep everyone entertained, this country has all the ingredients for an unforgettable family holiday.
Despite being one of the smallest countries in Europe, Slovenia has incredible biodiversity, and 60% of the country is covered with beautiful forests. For this reason, the capital, Ljubljana, is known as the Green Capital of Europe. If you're heading here with your little ones in tow, Netferry can give you some ideas on what to do and see.
After visiting Scotland's famous wild islands, lakes and mountains, don't forget to stop in Glasgow to explore some of the vast cultural and artistic gems that the country is so proud of. In this brief article, we will tell you what not to miss and the best places to sleep in this city!
Glasgow: between history and modernity
The word "Christmas" brings to mind the landscapes and atmosphere of northern Europe. The white snow covering trees and houses, coloured lights twinkling, the aroma of cinnamon, cloves and mulled wine, this is one of the most joyful times of the year. Lapland is, of course, the most magical and traditionally Christmassy place imaginable, this year let Netferry take you there.
Lapland is the northernmost region of Finland and is most famous for being the home of Santa Claus! In the Scandinavian countries, the Christmas period begins at the end of November and ends on January 13th, and Merry Christmas in Finish is Hyvää Joulua, a word of Germanic origin.
Visit Norway with NetFerry: the perfect holiday outdoors!
If you are looking for spectacular landscapes, pristine nature, terrific waterfalls and majestic glaciers, Norway is the place for you. The geographical variety across the country is really remarkable! In fact, while the capital, Oslo, is a vibrant, cosmopolitan, cultural city, if you go to the North of the country, you will find an incredibly varied natural environment. Norway's Svalbard islands, have impressive mountains, crystal clear fjords and immense glaciers… and, if you are lucky, you may even be able to see the famous Northern Lights!
Turkey lies between Europe and Asia, it's a multifaceted country, a melting pot of east and west, full of unforgettable scents and colours! If you are looking for a holiday of discovery, Netferry recommends Turkey! There are some fantastic places, landscapes and people with big hearts and good food. The southern coast of Turkey has dreamy beaches and tourists flock to the southern towns to swim in the crystal clear waters and soak up the sun.
Turkey is a big country, and the landscapes are incredibly varied. Don't miss watching the sunset on the Bosphorus; or taking a walk in Pamukkale at sunrise, afterwards heading for the thermal baths. Then if you're looking for a fairy tale landscape, don't miss magical Cappadocia, and its red earth pyramids.
Are you organizing a trip to Ireland wondering what kind of food they have over there and if it's good? Perhaps you'll be surprised to know that Ireland is known not only for its spectacular landscapes, charming castles and picturesque villages but also for its amazing traditional food!
Being surrounded by the sea with vast grass-covered rural areas, Ireland lets you experience both the best fish and meat. In fact, the leading traditional Irish dishes are based on a wide variety of fresh fish and crustaceans, fished from the local rivers and coasts. They also have great lamb, beef and pork meat farmed on the enormous pastures all over the country. The signature Irish dishes are in the quality and freshness of the ingredients which all produced in Ireland!