You can get to the castle either by taking the funicular or the monumental stairs...the stairs are more rewarding but it was good to take the funicular down. Great views and interesting architecture and buildings. This is one of those times when the Neapolitan lack of interest in tourism really shows...no concessions near by (and it was hot), no guides, not many benches, no real brochures or information, the museum is somewhat removed from the castle so bring your Lonely Planet guide (or whatever) if you want/need more than panoramic views.
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