The beautiful Villa Floridiana park in Naples is located in the Vomero quarter of the city, overlooking the neighbourhoods of Chiaia and Mergellina. The park is also home to the Duke of Martina National Museum of Ceramics - which is a must-see spot when visiting Villa Floridiana. The museum houses a wide range of ceramics as well as paintings, pottery and other works of art from various points in history. The history of Villa Floridiana can be traced back to 1816 when the property was acquired by the King of Sicily and later renovated by the Italian architect and scenic designer Antonio Niccolini. Visitors to the garden will be able to see numbers of flowering plants as well as shady palms, pines and oak trees. Villa Floridiana is fantastic for a family visit and is recommended for travellers sight-seeing around Naples.
Open from 8:30 a.m. - 1 hour before sunset
Around 2 hours
Adults, Families,Young Adults, Children, Senior Travellers
The underground passageways and stone walls
Even though designated prayer facilities at Villa Floridiana will not be available for Muslim travellers, plenty of open space will be available to use during prayer times. Naples is also home to quite a few mosques that can be visited such as the Masjid Jamaah Tabligh Eddawa, Associazione Culturale Islamica Zayd ibn Thabit and the Associazione Islamica Ahl-Al-Bait.
Halal food near Villa Floridiana can be found at some of the Halal restaurants in Naples. One of the most popular Halal spots in the city is the Al Quds - which is famed for its excellent Halal cuisine. Muslim travellers can also visit Aladdin Kebab House to enjoy some of the best kebabs in Naples.