The palace was once a royal stable during the time of King Charles III of Spain and today houses works of the highest quality produced in Egyptian, Greek and Roman times. Here among many other incredible testimonies of the ancient roman times you will also have the opportunity to see the largest roman and Greek statuary collection: the Farnese collection, founded upon gems collected by Cosimo de' Medici and Lorenzo Il Magnifico in the 15th century.
Additionally, the museum contains a large number of Roman artifacts from Pompeii, Stabiae and Herculaneum, including important mosaics recovered from the ruins of the Vesuvian cities.
Naples is the beating heart of the peninsula, the most authentic Italian city and certainly a world of its own.
To enjoy and better understand this wonderful, yet complex, city you will be accompanied by a local guide, born and raised in Napoli.
Your guide will lead you to the main places of interest such as Piazza del Gesù 'and the famous Spaccanapoli street, full of excellent pizza places and pastry shops, but will also introduce you to this multicultural and lively city through the eyes of a true Neapolitan.
Naples is also home to one of the most significant and fascinating archaeological museums in the world: The MANN.
The palace was once a royal stable at the time of King Charles III of Spain and today houses works of the highest quality produced in the Egyptian, Greek and Roman eras. Here, among many other incredible testimonies of the ancient Roman era, you will also have the opportunity to see the largest Roman and Greek
- Private guide at disposal for 3 hours
- Priority Admission Tickets to the MANN- Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli
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