We walked up from the old town using google maps which makes for an interesting route but worth it to see the Caravaggio and if you are or were an accountant its a must to see Luca Pacioli but that said a lot was 'closed'.
About Museo Nazionale di Capodimonte
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Arrived to the museum by walking, and the climb was really steep. Once there, there is a nice view over the city. The palace boasts a vast peaceful park. Visited the museum to see the famous Rococo porcelain room.
We've had a fantastic time in this museum. Gorgeously decorated rooms, beautiful panting, atmospheric ... this made us feel like we were a part of the old days. We've spent hours in this museum and then walking around it in the greenery. Lucky for us...More
I paid 16 euros to enter the museum and they didn't tell me that the air conditioning was not working, inside was 36 degrees and you could smell the oil of the paintings. I decided that I could not visit the museum in this condition...More
Italians are either conscience of the environment or too cheap to air condition public facilities. The National Museum was interesting as it contained statues and frescoes from the ancient cities that were buried by Mt Vesuvius. But it was very hot in the building which...More
This museum was not crowded when we visited on a Sunday in July. It was very hot inside though. Beautiful paintings throughout, but parts of it were closed so we did not get to see everything. Because there was no crowd, we were able to...More
The rich and famous of yesteryear really knew how to pick a property. Lucky for us that today this one-time hunting lodge located on beautiful parkland and overlooking the city can be enjoyed by anyone willing to pay the reasonable entry fee. There are many...More
We visited as part of the hop on/hop off bus. Well worth the time and some fantastic artwork here. The royal apartment is amazing. Look for the Van Dyke, it's amazing.