The palace is well kept comparing to casa Caserta, the furniture and the decorations are very nice. the exhibition is well presented in Italian and English.
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This is a Royal palace of Bourbon kings when they ruled the Kingdom of two Sicilys in 18 and 19 cent. Along with the San Francisco da Paola church it dominates the Plebiscite Sq. Its Neoclassical-Baroque style looks very average from outside. Entry fee is...More
The Palazzo Reale is a vast building. It is an example of the opulence that only some lucky people had the privilege of enjoying, all those years back, while mere mortals suffered all their lives. Nevertheless it is a stunning place and worth a visit!
It is rare that I give 5 stars to anything but today's visit to the Palazzo Reale deserves it. From the, words fail me, staircase through the rooms and chambers, the sheer opulence and grandeur is overwhelming. The entrance is €4 per person. The audio...More
'The stairs' are probably the best part of it but still its worth going in and see all these rooms and stuff. If you have been in other big palazzo in Italy you won't be suprised and amazed.
The size, style and setting of this Palace is deceptive from the outside. Looking from the outside you don't expect it to be that grand. Happily, once inside you will be impressed! The stairs alone are worth the visit. The size and scale of the...More
This is a must see! Beautiful. Well preserved. Educational. Lots to do. Very reasonably priced. Near the coast & lots of places to eat.
The construction of Palace began in 1600 by Domenico Fontana and lasted more than 50 years. In 1717, the Russian Tsarevich Alexei took refuge in that building before his arrest and extradition to Russia. The present building, the result of a reconstruction undertaken in the...More
This is a large three sided building with a courtyard that leads to a good view of the Castel Nuovo. The staircase and palace is palatial of course, but there is none of the trimmings as with other palaces, such as uniformed guards, like Athens...More
The royal apartments were just our 'cup of tea". SOOOOO interesting. And best of all: not crowded w/school groups or tour groups. A stop here "rounded out' our day. I think we paid 8 euros for the two of us.