Museo di Capodimonte
The Royal palace of Capodimonte, designed by the Bourbons from 1738 houses the Farnese Collection. This is a remarkable rich collection of art with masterpieces by Titian, Parmigianino, Carracci and others. Beside these works of art it is also possible to admire the magnificent works undertaken for the churches of Naples and the surrounding region. These include works by Simone Martini, Colantonio and Caravaggio. In addition there are further prestigious works such as those of the Borgia and D’Avalos Collections.
On the first floor is the Royal Apartment dating back to the Bourbons which are filled with valuable collections such as the famous porcelains. On the second and third floors is a gallery dedicated to the art of Naples and sections which treat eighteenth century and contemporary art.