Royal Palace of Naples

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General Information

The Royal Palace of Naples is a palace in the city of Naples, Italy. The palace was built in the 17th century to the designs of architect Domenico Fontana. It was built to house King Phillip of Spain on a visit to the city that was never fulfilled. It later became one of the four residences near Naples used by the House of Bourbon during their rule of the Kingdom of Naples (1735–1816) and later the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies (1816-1861). Today, the palace is used as a museum where you can learn about local history in terms of who ruled the area and where you can also see beautiful frescos, statues and other interesting items that belong to the palace.

Getting there

The palace is situated by Piazza del Plebiscito. To get there take the 151 and 154 buses that stop close by. The closest underground stop to the palace is at ‘Municipio’, which is a five minute walk away.

Opening Times and Admission

The palace is open to visitors 9am-8pm on every day of the week except Wednesdays. Admission is set at 6 euros for adults, with concession prices also available.

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