Soprintendenza archeologica di Pompei
Official Portal of the cultural heritage of the Vesuvian area made up of four archaeological sites (Pompeii, Herculaneum, Stabiae, Oplontis) and a museum (Boscoreale) all open to the public.
Museo Archeologico Nazionale
One of the most important italian archaeological museums. With manufacts and masterpieces of the ancient roman culture, most of the artifacts comes from Pompei and Ercolano.
Museo del Mare
Three floors that relate the story of seamanship by exposing findings from the daily lives of fishermen up to the noble achievements of captains of the latest sailing-boats.
Museo di Palazzo Reale
For three centuries from 1600 to 1946, the Royal Palace was the seat of the monarchy in Naples and Southern Italy, beginning with the early Spanish and Austrian Viceroys, followed by the Bourbon Kings and ending with the Savoy royal family.
Reggia e Parco di Caserta
Caserta is often seen as an Italian Versailles. Critics may have been less than fair in judging Caserta ‘a colossal monument to miniscule glory’ . Yet its main axis is over 3 km in length and, as at Versailles, was integrated with a town plan. The garden is most famous for its River Road, originally planned to run 30 km to Naples. Official site!
The Archaeological Museum of Pithecusae
It illustrates the history of the island of Ischia from Prehistory to the Roman Age. The Museum is located at the main building of Villa Arbusto complex in Lacco Ameno, Ischia...