What to see in Naples

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Museum of Capodimonte

The Museum and the Royal Park of Capodimonte rise on one of the hills that frame the city of Naples. The Palace houses one of the most important art collections in Italy and is surrounded by a park of rare beauty and botanical variety.
Capodimonte has enchanted kings and queens, writers and artists, ambassadors and travelers from all over. Visiting the Museum is like walking through a manual of the history of art, its wood is a huge green lung overlooking the city and the gulf.


Toledo Station

The Toledo station in Naples is considered the most beautiful metro station in Europe and, by some, even in the world. It was designed by the Spanish architect Óscar Tusquets. It is located on Line 1 and is useful for moving towards the Carità district and Via Toledo, a stone's throw from the Spanish Quarters but also close to Piazza del Plebiscito.


Castel dell’Ovo

The Castel dell'Ovo is the oldest castle in Naples which rises on the islet of Megaride where, according to the legend, the mermaid Partenope landed there and gave the first name to the ancient city, the first settlement of the Greeks, the Cumans (of Greek origin -euboica), in the mid-7th century BC.

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