The most relevant witness of the 17th century Naples and the best panoramic point of the city.
The Certosa di San Martino, on the Vomero hill, is the most important monument of the Naples of the sixteenth century and the best panoramic point of the city.
You’ll visit the Church which hosts inside famous works of Cosimo Fanzago, Jusepe de Ribera, Massimo Stanzione, Giovanni Lanfranco, Pietro Bernini e Giovanni Battista Caccini, Guido Reni e Battistello Caracciolo and more.
The visit will continue with the San Martino Museum which preserves many works testifying the history of Naples. Particularly you’ll admire the CribSection with the amazing Cuciniello Crib which reflects the imaginary of the XVIIth Neapolitan Art.
The visitor will then have the opportunity to explore the fabulous “Lobby of the Carriages” which exposes some important examples of this means of locomotion, such as the oldest carriage of the city, made of gilded wood between the late XVIIth and early XVIIIth century to transport the noblesse belonging to Queen Maria Cristina of Savoy.
This tour can be customized according to your needs and requests.
- The Certosa of San Martino can be reached by public transportation.
Funicular of Montesanto: MORGHEN stop
Funicular of Chiaia: CIMAROSA stop
Central Funicular: PIAZZA FUGA stop
Metro: line 1 stop VANVITELLI
Bus ANM: line V1 stop PIAZZALE SAN MARTINO
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