Jet2 has introduced new routes to Naples from Leeds Bradford, Edinburgh and East Midlands, enabling Jet2CityBreaks to offer weekend breaks to the city of Naples from £269 per person or a sun-filled holiday to the Neapolitan Riviera or Amalfi coast with Jet2holidays from £349.

Flights start from £46 one-way including taxes, and are available weekly from Leeds Bradford, Edinburgh and East Midlands, and twice-weekly from Manchester. In addition to the widely held belief that the Pizza Margherita originated there, Naples City and its UNESCO world heritage city centre offers some of Europe’s finest architecture and art, where works by Botticelli, Michelangelo and even a rare Andy Warhol can be viewed.

Must-see places include La Pignasecca Market, Naples’ oldest street market; Teatro San Carlo, Italy’s biggest and oldest opera house; Catacombe di San Gennaro; the three castles of Castel dell’Ovo, Castel Nuovo and Castel Sant’Elmo; and the world famous Pompeii, which is an hour’s journey by train.

The operator has a three-night stay at Naples’ Romeo Hotel for £559 per person including breakfast, and the price is based on two sharing and departing from Manchester on April 25, including 22kg baggage allowance. The Neapolitan Riviera is a stretch of coastline which wraps around the sparkling Gulf of Naples. Elegant towns adorn cliff sides, overlooking boat-filled harbours and sandy beaches.

Further south marks the start of the Amalfi Coast, which is synonymous with rugged cliffs dotted with small coves. In addition to soaking up the Italian sunshine, a coastal tour is recommended and, for those seeking adventure, hiking tours are available in the foothills of Mount Vesuvius.

Priced from £499 per person based on two sharing, the company has a five-night break staying all-inclusive at the Sant’Agnello, Grand Hotel La Pace. The price is based on a May 2 departure from East Midlands Airport and includes 22kg baggage allowance and transfers.

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