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What makes this Tour Unique?
- See the Royal Apartments perfectly conserved with ancient furniture
- Beautiful view on the port of Naples and on the Vesuvius
- Skip the line and don't waste your time
- Stay in the museum how long you want
Reduced and free tickets
- European Community citizens between 18 and 25 years old (valid identity document needed at the entrance)
- Teachers from EU public institutes (Città del Vaticano, Montecarlo, Switzerland, Luxemburg, Repubblica di San Marino, Lichtestein included) with proof of tenure.
- Citizens under 18 years old (valid identity document needed at the entrance)
Service fees and eventual temporary exhibition fees are always due.
Open from 9.00 am to 8.00 pm (the ticket office closes at 7.00 pm).
Closed on: Wednesday, 1st January and 25th December.
Available in Italian, English and French and INCLUDED in the price of the ticket.
Duration: 1 hour and 10 minutes
The Museum is accessible for disabled persons.
The Royal Palace is located in Piazza del Plebiscito n°1 - Naples.
One of the main royal residences used by the Spanish and Austrian viceroys and by the Bourbon kings, the building still retains the ancient furniture of the time, halls embellished with paintings and sculptures, courtyards and pensile gardens that offer a beautiful view on the port of Naples and on the Vesuvius.
The Palace was built starting from 1600 by Domenico Fontana for the will of the viceroy Fernando Ruiz de Castro who wanted a royal palace up to the king of Spain and his wife. The works continued for years and in 1734 the Palace became the royal Bourbon residence; between 1806 and 1815 it was enriched with decorations by Gioacchino Murat and Carolina Bonaparte, then, damaged by a fire in 1837, was restored by Gaetano Genovese who unified and regularized the old project.
Thanks to a monumental staircase of white marble, we enter into the Royal Apartment made by the nobles rooms with the antique furniture and rooms used as art gallery. The main ones are:
- Room I: Hall of the Court Theatre, set up by Ferdinando Fuga in 1768
- Room II: Diplomatic Room, with neo-baroque furniture and tapestries
- Room IV: Second Anteroom, with frescoes of the Fasti di Alfonso il Magnanimo
- Room VI: Throne Room, with the throne dating to 1845-50 and a 18th century baldachin
- Room XI: Hall of the Great Captain, with a beautiful 17th century ceiling
- Room XII: Flemings Hall, with Holland portraits of the 17th century
- Room XIII: Study of the King
- Room XIV: Hall of the Neapolitan 17th century
- Room XVI: Hall of Luca Giordano
- Room XX: Hall of Columns
- Room XXII: Hall of Hercules
- Room XXX: Royal Chapel
29 May 2016
Still under renovations, but def worth a stop. Do take advantage of the guide available to understand better what you are looking at, it will put things into perspective and it will be more enjoyable. There were visitors that went into a room, looked around for less than a minute, didn't read any of the provided explanations/ narratives and then...
21 May 2016
The palace was undergoing restorations while we were there and about half of it was closed. Despite this, what we did see was absolutely amazing and beautiful. We got a free audio guide which was great as it helped us understand the Spanish and French influences in the building. A must see. Also outside towards the water are some fantastic...
21 May 2016
The palace is currently undergoing major restoration work, the outside is wrapped in scaffolding and many rooms are closed but even so, it is still very much worth a visit. The main marble staircase and the succession of wonderfully decorated rooms will transport you back in time. The entry ticket is only €4 and I've spent a lot more to...
08 May 2016
The Palazzo Reale Napoli might be shrouded in scaffolding and tarpaulins and a nunber of rooms are closed for renovations, however the visitor will not be disappointed at the grandeur on display.
29 Apr 2016
You walk around the palace and each room is more extravagant then the other, the huge mirrors, the decorated ceilings, the marble floors, the furniture.... Leave you wondering how hedonistic these kings and princes were, how much money they spent on these lavish palaces, and on who's account.... No wonder that people came up in arms against them in several...
09 Apr 2016
Yes. It is wonderful. A real palace
30 Mar 2016
A royal palace on a a grand but manageable scale! Take in that staircase, meander through the successions of rooms, drink in the history within the walls.
19 Mar 2016
This would get 5 stars, but the renovations currently detract. Loved the paintings to illustrate Don Quixote! The grand staircase takes your breath away.
09 Mar 2016
At present the facade is covered in scaffolding so you don't get the immediate impact. However when entering the hallway you are impressed by the marble and the size of the staircase, an impressive demonstration of the love of ceremony by the Hapsburgs. The many different rooms are lushly decorated with astounding doors and great Tromp L'oeil work on the...
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06 Mar 2016
Even though half the palace is closed due to renovations it is definitely worth visiting as the ticket price is quite cheap and the building very lovely. Don't miss the theatre and the giant nativity scene.