Rome and Florence are the typical tourist destinations in Italy, but for a different vibe, consider heading to Naples. The nearby Roman ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum are the first obvious must-visit stop, but Naples’ historic center is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to its ancient architecture. The city’s many art museums are worth exploring, as are its streets, which you’ll want to stroll for hours on end. Of course, you’re also in Italy for the food, and you’ll find plenty of it here. Check out L’Antica Pizzeria Brandi or La Cantina del Gallo — and if you tire of Italian food (unlikely though it may sound), there’s always the noted Rumba Cuban Café.