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A historic castle in Naples. We went on a Sunday when the entry was free. At other times there is a charge. There wasn't much to see apart from the fabric of the building. The most interesting part is a glass floor over some ancient graves.
Pretty castle. Can only enter the castle with the guided tour 10€. Do not get to see much of the castle though. The tour guide was friendly and informative.
I loved this visit. I hired the guided tour with Sara. She was amazing, enthusiastic and knowledgeable. I definitely recommend going.
Interesting tour of inside the castle with our great guide/student Fabianna! AND The fee helps in maintaining and preserving the castle for future generations. It's a win- win!
Castel nuovo is one of the most remarkable sights in the city of naples.Take the 45 mins necessary to let the tour guide explain the magnificent history behind this castle.
This is what you think of when you hear the word "castle"! Not as ancient as some but super impressive to walk into. The ramparts would be a great location for alfresco cafe. Not fully open to the public but definitely worth touring. Do some research before you go, as always, and you will know more about it than the guides. You must explore a bit here as all of the public areas are not obvious.
I had higher expectations from this place. Panoramic views from the castle terrace. The Triumphal arc from the entrance is quite impressive.
Gorgeous, nice looking historical memorial. The castle is really great, but we saw it at night with artificial light. Still I was impressed
Incredible experience on the English guided tour with Fabiana. She was knowledgeable, energetic, witty, and a blast to tour the castle with. Can’t wait to see what Timeline Napoli does with this jewel!
Really cool, very beautiful and the views over the water are amazing. This castle is very beautiful from the exterior with the blend of architecture. The have beautiful painting's and beautiful sculptures inside and a really cool door with a cannon ball stuck in it. This is a very nice place to spend the afternoon.
Great activity for half a day. I’d recommend a tour - they’re €10 each, otherwise it’s €6 to just get in and walk about yourself. I found the tour really interesting though and worth the extra few euros. No access to toilets though even though we’d bought a tour, which I found pretty unfair!
It's a castle. Cool from the outside but don't waste your money or time trying to figure out what's going on inside. Difficult to find doors that lead inside and doors that do often lead to nowhere or places you can't go. The interesting things aren't open and open things aren't interesting. Not worth it.
There is not much exploring to do except for what you might get curious for. For minors there is no ticket you need to pay for. There are art pieces arranged in a museum way for you to look at and see the feels of the artist while making them. The place has a vibe of it's own that is sort of creepy. It feels like this castle was used for many unconventional things. The castle won't be crowded so you'll be able to observe without interruptions. It's not a bad place to visit.
Incredible castle. Once was surrounded by a moat. Really let's you know what it must have been like back then. The triumphal arch at the entry way is beautiful. Very intricate and detailed. Looks like something right out of king Arthur days. Well worth the time to explore it.
Beautiful castle, but you can only view part of it depending on which tour you choose. 3 tour companies greet you when you enter, each trying to get you to choose their tour. If you want to do all 3 you will need to pay 3 times. For the English speaking tour, our tour guide was very nice but she was Italian with quite broken English, so couldn't answer all of the questions that were asked. Still, it was a lovely attraction to see.
We decided to look around here because it was the first thing we saw when we got off of our cruise ship. It's ok for €6, but a little disorganized. You have to look around to find the nice religious artwork in the back building because there aren't signs telling you where to go (we somehow wandered into an office and some guys started talking in Italian and showed us the way out). Not a lot of good lighting in the buildings either.