Despite the significant decline of the modern times, Naples is still one of the main European cultural centers: it is also home to the oldest state university on the continent and it has been one of the cradles of the Renaissance and the Enlightenment in our country, but also a global benchmark in the field of visual arts and opera music. It is the origin of a distinctive form of theater, a world famous song and a unique culinary tradition that includes foods become global icons such as pizza or mozzarella, and its historic center is one of the Unesco World Heritage. To describe the beauty and history of the capital of Campania hundred pages would not be enough, but among all these wonders one above all certainly is particularly dear to the Neapolitans, always known for being great fans: the San Paolo Stadium.
Third in Italy for capacity after the Meazza in Milan and the Olimpico in Rome, with more than 60,000 seats, it also includes an athletic track to 8-lane, three multipurpose gyms, a boxing gym, a fitness one and a gym of fight free and oriental martial arts, which make the San Paolo the main multi-sport facility in the city.
Maybe not the most beautiful or ancient attractions that can be admired in Naples, but it is certainly one of the most loved by the Neapolitans, always enthusiast soccer fans. Among the most important of the Peninsula, the San Paolo is a temple of Italian football in the background of one of the most amazing cities in the world.