Villa Floridiana, Naples
About Villa Floridiana, Naples
Villa Floridiana, Naples - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Via Cimarosa, 77, 80127 Napoli, Italy
Ticket Price: 4 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:30 am - 07:00 pm Details
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The villa was originally an 18th century casino and coffee house before it was given a neoclassical makeover in the 19th century. The park outside is a lovely place to stroll, a collection of terraced grass and flower beds on land that slopes towards the sea, with an open air theatre and an Ionic temple.
Inside though, the museum founded in 1931 is now one of the world’s largest collections of decorative arts. It has 6000 items from the 12th to the 19th century, which includes a vast collection of ceramics. The other exhibits include paintings, medieval art, furniture, glassworks, European and Oriental porcelain, and other decorative items.
Villa Floridiana Information
- Group tours of 90 minutes available in Italian, English, French, Spanish, German. Tours are for a maximum of 25 people.
- The Medieval and Renaissance Art and European Porcelains ections are open to guided visits only.
Villa Floridiana Ticket Prices
- EUR 2 for reduced categories
- Free for under 18s and on first Sunday of every month
- Guided group tours: EUR 90
Villa Floridiana Opening and Closing Hours
- Last entry at 6:15pm
- Museum is closed on Tuesday, but the park is not.
- The European Porcelain section closes at 5pm.
- Medieval and Renaissance Art and European Porcelain guided tour is at 5pm only
- Medieval and Renaissance Art guided tours are 9:30am, 11am, 12:30pm, 3pm and
How To reach Villa Floridiana by Public Transport
- Subway L2 stop Stazione Napoli Piazza Amedeo.
- Funiculare F1; Buses 128, 130, 132, 181, 532, C3,1C36, V1 stop Cimarosa.
- Funiculare F3 stop Piazza Fuga.
- Subway L1 stop Vanvitelli
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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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