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The building itself is spectacular, starting with its façade at the Piazza del Plebiscito, its grand staircase, and its sumptuous rooms with amazing frescoes. The view of the piazza from the balcony is glorious. Although the Sicilian Kingdom was a relatively minor one, its urban...More
This Borbonic residence is located in the centre of Neaple, not far from the port, in case the king had to escape. We discovered the way of living of the viceroi and the court. And what a life, gorgeous, full of art and artists and,...More
The Palazzo Reale is a very impressive and well laid out toursit site.
You begin by walking up the most opulent stairway which i guess is where horse and carriage arrival was in days gone by. Then you move through various rooms packed with art...More
A grand series of rooms stocked with objects d'art and paintings. As November is a quieter month, we felt we were almost touring privately. There were no groups at all during our visit.
You will be given a specific key for a locker for your...More
Somewhat plain or grim outside, the interior is splendid, from the grand staircase onwards.
Rooms have been restored to show how royalty lived (and perhaps why there wasn't much left for the locals). Some rooms were destroyed in bombings during the last war, and they...More
The Royal Palace of the Kingdom of Naples is not very striking outside but is beautiful inside. The entry plus Audioguide is 10 Euro each. You need some form of ID for the audio guides which nearly caught us out. The audio guides are important...More
The entrance fee is reasonable however we used our Artecard which made it even more cost effective.
The palace is HUGE! The staircases are incredible. The art and sculptures are beautiful and the ceilings are just amazing.
The Theatre was one of my favourite parts...More
We visited the palace early one weekday afternoon, went in the main entrance to to the ticket office, no queue at all. I was disappointed that no English guide books were for sale as i often like to look at these when i get home....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.