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Just go you won’t regret it , A jaw dropping collection of fabulous artefacts. Did notice however that it’s very busy on a Sunday so maybe that’s not the best day of the week to visit. If you are under 24 make sure you take...More
The Capodimonte museum, housed in a lovely palazzo surrounded by lawns atop a wooded hill, has important paintings by TItian, Caravaggio, Parmigianino, Giovanni Bellini, and many others, but if these are what you're coming to see be sure to check the gallery hours! We arrived...More
This is a museum that is clearly run for the convenience of the administration with little or no consideration for the visitor. This can be seen from the opening hours introduced for September, October and November. We had one day in Naples and a list...More
We took a taxi up one morning only to be told that the bits we wanted to see on the 2nd and 3rd floor were closed. The website gives no clue to this. We went back in the afternoon but found it very difficult to...More
Museo di Capodimonte is definitely worth a visit, not only for the world-class art pieces but for the museum space itself. I bought the official guide at the bookstore when I arrived, so had all the information I needed for an interesting visit.
We visited this museum via the red bus tour. Lovely gardens and good views of the town, very peaceful. The museum is very good lots to see, statues, art and a very good armary. There is also a cafe. A must to do when visiting...More
This museum is under new management since several years. You see this in everything, the garden has been reopened and is redone and also the building is being renovated.
But the biggest changes are in the collection, you still have to visit this museum twice...More