Certosa Di San Martino2750 Votes Currently Open
Certosa di San Martino is a Monastery in Naples that looks like a palace. This Carthusian monastery was built in the 14th century and restored in the 17the century. The restoration was done following the style of Neapolitan baroque. The structure is now transformed to a museum. The great cloister and the beautiful garden offer a are simply beautiful. The quiet atmosphere, with the city below makes the place most impressive.
Exhibits here are varied and beautiful and the art depicts Naples very beautifully. The come back scene of the Aragonese fleet after facing the Ischia Battle is also painted here. It was after the restoration, that this great monastery got its real beauty. It is now considered as the masterpiece of that era of Italy. From the baroque decoration to the marble floor everything is worth seeing. The Museum also holds the great art works of the Roman artists like Jusepe de Ribera, Battistello Caracciolo and Giuseppe Sanmartino. There is a ceiling painting “Ascension” done by Lanfranco which is a highlight for sure. The main reasons for visiting this religious place are to experience the eerie atmosphere in it and also to enjoy the splendid view of Naples. The travelers will find amazing treasures in the rustic scene.
Also, visit nearby attractions which are covered in Naples itinerary 3 days.
Entrance Ticket Details For Certosa Di San Martino
- Reduced: € 3.00
- Ticket on-line: reservation fee: € 2.00
How to Reach Certosa Di San Martino
- Frank Malone Pub
- Renzo e Lucia Napoli
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29.45% of people who visit Naples include Certosa Di San Martino in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
37.05% of people start their Certosa Di San Martino visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Certosa Di San Martino
87.43% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Certosa Di San Martino