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View of city is spectacular. We took several photos. There are turtles and cats that can be fed with suitable food. The cat colony is protected. I saw cats being fed and a woman holding and petting one of them.
I was expecting a neatly laid out ornamental type of park after all the grandeur of the city.
This was a wood with paths, a whole section of which were blocked, hence unable to go to the museum I wanted to go to.
Metro Line 2 to Amedeo and the Margherita funicular up to the last stop Cimarosa. I wanted to visit here first as the museum closes at around 2pm. and other sights in Vomero district like Castel St Elmo and San Martino are open later.
If you're looking to escape the Naples crowd and traffic for a while, Villa Floridiana is a great option. The park lies at the heart of Vomero and has stunning views over the Bay of Naples. There's also a small pond with turtles and a...More
If in the neighborhood of Vomero - easily reached by funicolari or metro - check out the gardens of Villa Floridiana and the museum in it. The park is a bit unkempt and some minor parts are off-limits, but if you stroll down towards the...More
The Villa is a pleasant Classical building set in a large Park overlooking the seafront.
The ceramics collection is fair,labeling is awkwardly available only on room boards and not next to the objects displayed.
The park is beautiful, with paths and benches. The area in front of the villa is (or at least was this morning) filled with toddlers and their mothers, grandmothers and nannies. We enjoyed watching the show for quite a while. Then went into the villa...More