Parco Di Villa Floridiana, Naples

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About Parco Di Villa Floridiana, Naples

Parco Di Villa Floridiana, Naples - Address

Address: 80127 Naples, Italy

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Overview of Parco Di Villa Floridiana

Check out detailed information of Parco Di Villa Floridiana which resides in the Naples. Although listed here, Parco Di Villa Floridiana is not one of the most visited sightseeing places in Naples.

Generally, tourists prefer visiting top attractions of Naples like Sansevero Chapel Museum, Galleria Borbonica, Lungomare, Catacombe Di San Gennaro and Via San Gregorio Armeno. These are few of the top things to do in Naples.

Most of the Naples tours skip a visit to this place, but you can create your customized plan if you wish to visit Parco Di Villa Floridiana.

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  • I can't give 5 stars. Every time I come here, there's a section closed. The park is quiet, nice for having a pic nic, reading a book or listening to the music. There's a very beautiful view of golfo. Nice fountain with turtles, maybe to many of them.

  • Not worth the way! Most of the park is closed without further notice why and if it's going to open again. The rest of the park is scruffy and with not enough benches. Would be a good spot to escape from the city but this so called park is a joke

  • Looks very beautiful but unfortunately it's completely blocked. You can only access 20% of it and looks like they're not working to get it open at any time soon. A pity.

  • Cozy park on the hill. Breathtaking views of Naples at the bottom of the park with little pond full of turtles.

  • Great collection of porcelain (which duca never paid)

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