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Amazing 360 views of Naples. Took some stunning photographs. The castle itself is massive but there’s nothing in it! The only thing is a contemporary art museum in the middle- not what we were expecting. You are paying for the views... nothing else.
The views of Naples are truly amazing from up here.
It’s an interesting visit as a whole but the 360 degree view from the walls is the star. It’s beautiful on a clear day. You can see the line of Spaccanapoli cut through the old...More
Worth the trip to lovely area of Vomero & cheap entrance ticket €5.00 ( half price with Artecard) to massive fortification. Great panoramic view of Bay of Naples and the city, 360 degrees.
Easy ascent via funicular and walk for ten minutes after that up...More
A short ride by funiculare and a short walk in Vomero, this is the most prominent fortress of Naples and a must-see during a visit.
Tickets could be bought near the entrance but were not checked anywhere. After the ticker office the climb of the...More
On our last day in Naples, we took the funicular up up up the escarpment to the castle. It had been recommended to us for the views, and it didn't disappoint. The views from the battlements of Naples are just amazing - you can walk...More
This is probably the highest climb we did during our trip. The rain in Napoli did not deter us in climbing up those many hundred steps of cobbled stone to this Castle. Once on top you are greeted with many bazaar of original handcrafted Cameo...More
Saint Elmo's Castle is located at Via Tito Angelini, 22, 80129 Napoli. We made our way to the hilltop Castle by riding the funicular from Stazione Napoli Montesanto. The castle dates back to 1329 and was built by order of Charles of Anjou and is...More
Hi it’s on the hill over looking the city and the bay of Naples ,so take the funicular railway up and walk round...at at the ticket office then enter the castle from the bottom...walk to the top there’s not a lot to see on... More
Hi it’s on the hill over looking the city and the bay of Naples ,so take the funicular railway up and walk round...at at the ticket office then enter the castle from the bottom...walk to the top there’s not a lot to see on the way up BUT you’re rewarded with the most spectacular views once there....once you’re done head back down go to the monastery next door have a look around there too ,that’s quite interesting then walk down the Panoramic steps they are fantastic too