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I have visited many castles, palaces in Europe over the years. ''Inspired'' by a thunderstorm, my wife and I entered the Palazzo Reale in Naples, Italy. While the exterior is rather unspectacular on Piazza del Plebiscito Plebiscito , the inside is simply grandiose. Back from...More
We enjoyed this visit - late one evening taking advantage of the long opening hours. We had the place almost to ourselves and admired the Grand staircase, the Court theatre, the chapel and the succession of state rooms on the first floor of the palace....More
Well wow, rich ornate rooms, good audio guide, helpful staff who gave lots of information spent a couple of hours here could have stayed much longer, it is being renovated so only part of one floor open can't imagine how amazing it will be once...More
A beautiful old palace in the Piazza del Plebiscito with a stunning ceiling in the entrance. A lot of rooms with an explanatory sheet for each although no guidebook was available,. A lot of paintings were very dark due to sunlight over many years and...More
This place is literally unbelievable. I could not believe the amount of money, blood, energy, time etc. that were certainly squandered to sustain this place, its former inhabitants and all that stands behind it. An impressive and glorious surface covering tremendous corruption and decadence.
I advise to do the visit with an audio-guide (which is very talkative).
The architecture of the palace is impressive. More impressive yet is the entrance where is the huge principal staircase in marble surrounded by polished marble floor.
With his collection of Gobelin tapestries...More
I believe that senior discounts to residents of Europe, however the entrance fee is very reasonable, depending on your time their are 2 prices, a tour of the gardens or palace only or a combination of both,
Response from yegorb306 | Reviewed this property |
It seems to be closed only on "Wednesday; Christmas, New Year, May 1, August or special opening"
(Sorry, but Tripadvisor doesn't let me show website link. You can check it yourself)
So, 4/25 should be open.