The Palazzo Sanfelice was built between the 1724 and 1728 by the architect and painter Ferdinando Sanfelice who made it his residence.
The complex consists of two bodies of factory of which one already existed and incorporated into the project. The access portals are identical and surmounted by two sirens that support an epigraph.
The Sanfelice distinguished itself for the creativity of its projects and in particular by the original flights of stairs, also taken in the Spanish Palace.
The wide arches that follow the trend of the stairs, placed on both sides, are inclined and those of the landings are perpendicular giving the structure a unique appearance, and through the interweaving of the stairs and balconies you can see the back garden.
Information on the Sanfelice Palace
- The building can only be visited externally
How to get:
- Address:Palazzo Sanfelice, Via Sanità, 6 - 80137 Naples
- Metro L2: Piazza Cavour stop, you can continue on foot along Via Vergini
- Bus:from piazza Garibaldi n.203, Piazza Cavour stop | from Piazza Cavour C51 and C52, Via Sanità stop
Palazzo Sanfelice in NaplesPalazzo Sanfelice was built between 1724 and 1728 by the architect and painter Ferdinando Sanfelice who made it his residence.