The sixteenth-century Palazzo Marigliano was built at the behest of Bartolomeo di Capua, as well as Count of Altavilla.
The entrance is posted on the front door coat of arms of the del Monte, the subsequent owners of the building. Among others, Costanza di Chiaromonte lived there, queen of Naples.
The exterior, set on three levels, is characterized by the alternation of white and piperno marble. The interior consists of a garden and a large atrium from which it is possible to reach the double ramp that leads to the apartments and which still retains some frescoes of the de Mura and two epigraphs.
Information on the Marigliano Palace
- The Palace is only open to the public on some occasions (see the website) or on FAI days
- Free entry
- Tel: 081 4935501
- Il Palazzo Marigliano on the official website of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism
How to get:
- Address: Via San Biagio dei Librai, 39
- L1 metro line: Università station, go along Corso Umberto I, turn left onto via Mezzocannone, go straight on and turn right onto via San Biagio dei Librai up to number 39 (about 10 minutes on foot) | L2 metro line: Dante station, go along via Port'Alba, turn right on vico San Domenico Maggiore, cross piazza San Domenico Maggiore and turn left up to street number 39 (about 10 minutes on foot) | Bus E1 or E2: Duomo - S. Biagio dei Librai stop, take the first left, proceed to street number 39 (about 2 minutes on foot).
Palazzo MariglianoSixteenth-century palace built by the will of Bartolomeo di Capua.