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While on a cruise we didn't want to be on a coach all day seeing Pompeii so plumbed to odour own thing.
We could see the castle from where we docked and decided to walk to the castle and do our own thing.
This is one of those kinds of sites that when you see how cool it is from the outside--and it is--you just expect what's inside will come close. It doesn't. You won't know until you've paid your admission fee and gone in that there's not...More
I was highly disappointed in Castel Nuovo. As my hydrofoil from Sorrento anchored in the Naples marina, I was excited to see the imposing and massive Castel Nuovo looming above the marina. However, when approaching the castle, my enthusiasm quickly vanished. The castle is surrounded...More
6 euro entry. The Barons hall was a very impressive room, where the council still holds meetings but the rest seemed simply places to show religious art, something of which i am not a fan. If you only have time for one thing go to...More
The castle is an empty shell apart from some religious art work that unfortunately is all very similar, otherwise there is nothing in it. It is not like castles in the UK where there are things to look at such as armour and plaques with...More
One of the most imposing highlights of Naples - ticket: about 6e, for me quite fair and affordable.
What to see (positive):
- A striking, massive gothic-reinassance ARCHITECTURE of the 1400 (*must see: the external wiew of the castle itself (360') and the throne hall...More
There's alot of religious art work, but I have to wonder why it's left unprotected from the local elements. No air conditioning, windows open, dirt, heat & humidity will ruin these lovely pieces. No one seems to speak English. I found that odd in a...More
I agree with BRYNSI LONDON, it depends on your tastes but if like me i am interested in the history of my home region.
It is one of a few well preserved castles in the region of Campagnia of which Naples is the capital.