Palazzo Venezia was sold by King Ladislaus I, around the 1412, to the Most Serene Republic of Venice and since then it has been the seat of theVenetian Ambassador in the Kingdom of Naples.
The splendid palace, long remained in oblivion, has returned in vogue thanks to the intervention of the "l'Incanto" company and its president Gennaro Buccino.
THEPA.VE cultural association which operates in the rooms of the building offers:
- piano lessons for both children and adults
- painting courses
- dance classes
- courses on "The ancient art of papier-mâché", a technique closely linked to our territory that is gradually disappearing
- educational itineraries for pupils in primary and secondary schools with educational workshops
- non-permanent exhibitions during the May of Monuments
- a series of "Neapolitan Walks" in which different themes are dealt with.
Information about Palazzo Venezia
Opening time: 10,00- 13,30 | 15,30 - 19,00
Prezzi: free entry during opening hours possible contribution for organized initiatives
- Tel: 081 552 8739
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Official site of the Palazzo Venezia
How to get:
Address: Via Benedetto Croce, 19 - 80134 Naples
- By subway
Metro Line 1, Dante station, walk along Portalba, via San Sebastiano and turn left onto via Bendedetto Croce (journey time: 5 minutes)
Metro Line 2, Montesanto station, walk along via Portamedina, via Fornovecchio, via Domenico Capitelli, cross piazza del Gesù and continue on via Benedetto Croce (journey time: about 7 minutes)
- In funicular
Montesanto funicular, Montesanto station, walk along via Portamedina, via Fornovecchio, via Domenico Capitelli, cross piazza del Gesù and continue on via Benedetto Croce (journey time: about 7 minutes)
- By bus
R1, R4 and 201, get off in via Monteoliveto, walk along piazza del Gesù and continue on via Benedetto Croce
R2 and 202, get off at the Piazza Bovio - Il Pomodorino stop, take via Mezzocannone and reach Piazza San Domenico Maggiore, turn left onto via Bendetto Croce
Palazzo Venezia in NaplesThe Palazzo Venezia was ceded by King Ladislao I, around 1412, to the Serenissima Republic of Venice and since then it has been the seat of the Venetian Embassy in the Kingdom of Naples for about four hundred years.
Hours for visitors(updated to 16 July 2018):