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Palazzo dello Spagnolo
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Ranked #87 of 850 things to do in Naples
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Reviewed 29 October 2017

The Palazzo dello Spagnolo is a Napoli gem behind a huge set of wooden doors, yes they may be locked, as this is a residential block of apartments. The answer is to stay in the B&b that is available on the top floor,a treat of a stay, hosted by real people who live in the flat next door. Great contemporary decor with a nice roof terrace for relaxing. The area is close to loads of other touristy spots and is vibrant and eclectic with great street food and places to drink good wine very cheaply. If you can't stay, sit on the stairs for a few minutes and enjoy that this historic beauty is not another pay to enter museum, but a real place,that is surviving and thriving!

Thank heydonj
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Reviewed 11 October 2017 via mobile

Not much to see. Another old building in bad conditions. Nowadays it is a residential house.
Don't waste your time.

Thank Leopoldo G
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Reviewed 15 August 2016

The Spanish palace is considered a national monument since 1925 and before was, without any doubt, one of the most beautiful palace of Naples. The visits do not last very long and is strongly recommanded to be here with a guided tour. The most interesting activity is to climb the stairs and see all the apartment doors with their magnificent ornaments. Unbelievably, this palace is still in use as a place where, people lives as into an ordinary building and, probably, they will never fully understand that their apartment is part of an historical monument of Naples. I know that, elsewhere, this should be a museum and treated with more respect, but not here. God please, forgives the neapolitans for having forgotten the beauty they have.

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Reviewed 15 May 2016

If you are going to Naples and want to visit the Archeology Musuem and spend time in an authentic Naples neighborhood, teeming with a diverse set of people and shops, this is a special place to be. The hostess will welcome you, in Italian. There is an English speaking guest in the house as well who will be glad to help you plan your day.

The reviews you see here are from people who passed by and seem to have taken a peek at this amazing structure. No need to stop there--you can comfortable stay here and take in life as Neapolitans live it.

Walk in any direction from the Palazzo and you will find many neighborhoods of interest.
The museum is a ten minute walk away as are several churches of note. But you won't feel like a tourist here because you will be surrounded by people who call this home.

A note about Naples' famous pizza. Actually its always soggy on the bottom as we found in place after place. Most places just serve pizza and short of finding upscale dining we did not easily fine better local eateries. Ask for help on this and you may do better.

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Reviewed 3 December 2014

I searched it out as this trip to was to do all the unusual. It is within 5 minutes from the Duomo and the heart of Naples, so really not out of the way. Encountered the market first and it was lively and authentic. So where was the Palazzo? Like so many other structures hidden behind market stalls but not necessarily a bad thing.

Massive wooden door was open and peering in to see this elegant, beautiful white and green staircase was quite a contrast to the grittiness of the market at your back.

I thought it was stunning.

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