In truth, one can get lost as he wanders through the bulky collection featuring works by Raphael, Titian, Botticelli, Vasari, El Greco and Hackert displayed in the luxurious structure of the Museum. The Crucifixion by Masaccio and the Flagellation by Caravaggio, especially, will take your breath away.
A park downtown
Real Bosco (Royal Garden) is a 124 hectares park nesting the Capodimonte Museum. Locals love jogging and doing sports in the park because it’s the easiest getaway from the Neapolitan city buzz. Despite the bucolic setting, it’s cast in between the urban areas of Stella, Miano and Capodichino. It also overlooks the city and the harbour for memorable sunset views of the gulf.
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Time to Explore: 2-3 hours.
Top Tips: A visit to the Museum is the best option for a rainy day.