Naples Valentine's Day package

Enjoy a Romantic & Tailor-made Valentine's Break in Naples

Italy is the birth place of St Valentine's Day and so is a wonderful place to spend Valentine's Day for a romantic Italy city break.

Our Valentine's Day packages to Naples can be tailored to your needs, meaning you can choose how long to stay and what romantic optional extras you enjoy, such as a romantic meal at a traditional Naples restaurant. We can even combine Valentine's Day in Naples with a stop in any other Italian or European city. To find out more about our tailored Naples packages, please call a member of our expert team on (UK) 01223 637331 or (US) 1-347-594-5500. Alternatively, click here to send an online enquiry.


What's Included?

As we offer customised Naples deals, we can include anything in your Valentine's Day package that you desire. As standard, this package includes:

  • Return Flights
  • Luxury transfers to and from Naples Airport
  • Quality accommodation with breakfast (city centre location)

We can also arrange romantic activities to enjoy in Naples, such as restaurant reservations, a fun pizza-making class or a night-time tour of Naples. To find out more about our Naples tours that can be added to your Naples Valentine's Day package, please click here.

We can offer you 100% customised deals, so if you want to amend the number of nights or any other details in this package just let us know - with Bellarome anything is possible and you choose the exact trip you want.

If you would like to book this package deal or you would like a customised package deal quote, please call one of our dedicated team (UK) 01223 637331 or (US) 1-347-594-5500, or Click here to send us an enquiry.


History of Valentine's Day

Legend has it that Valentine's Day was due to the efforts and daring of a priest, Valentine or Valentinus, that the festival got its name. The story goes that during the reign of Emperor Claudius II Italy was involved in several bloody and unpopular campaigns. Claudius found it tough to get soldiers to fight and felt the reason that men did not wish to join the army was because they did not want to leave their wives and families. As a result Claudius cancelled all marriages and engagements. A romantic at heart, Valentine the priest of Rome at the time, defied Claudius' unjustified order. Along with Marius, Valentine continued to marry couples in secrecy. When his defiance was discovered, Valentine was brutally beaten and put to death on February 14, around 270 AD. After his death Valentine was named a Saint. Pope Gelasius set aside 14th February to honour St. Valentine for his virtuous efforts in the name of love.