" Although the historic buildings here do not have the splendid and proud appearance, they have been integrated with Palermo's parks, green spaces and city squares, so they do not seem abrupt at all. The Palazzo Reale, opposite the magnificent Piazza del Plebiscito, was built by architect Dominic Vontana in 1600 and later rebuilt many times, becoming the Palace of the Bourbon Dynasty after the 18th century. It was rainy, so I didn't go in and sat down in the cafe next to me.
The Palace of Naples is very elegant. It's hard to get a full picture of the mobile phone unless it runs very far. It's a little deformed in panoramic mode. When they arrived, they were close to the door and could only give up the indoor visit and stroll in the free courtyard. Parts of the palace are being repaired and the past prosperity can be felt through the windows.
How can it be considered that you have been to Naples without walking around the palace? The main entrance of the palace is closed. It's all surrounded. You have to go to the parking lot to find a place to buy tickets. The ticket office has a place to deposit bags and free keys. So it's okay to drag a suitcase to travel. There's another garden, but it's nothing special.
The palace in Naples is very small, because it is being renovated outside and the entrance has been searched for a long time before it can be found. The ticket office is very small, and there is no air conditioning. The ticket office can not swipe the card. It needs cash. The conductor provides the key of the locker for the tourists to store their belongings.
The greatest surprise in Naples is that we met a lovely local old man who reminded us of the thieves on the bus and then led me to the palace to let us know that Naples was a bit chaotic. We felt very enthusiastic. We said that every time we went to a place, we could feel the feeling of this place for you personally. Enthusiasm is Naples. Feeling to me
The entrance to the palace is not very easy to find. I thought it was opposite the semicircular corridor of the Grand Square. The original one was actually a church. Wang Gong, who was built later, opened it from the entrance of the parking lot. The main entrance was not opened, so we had to buy tickets to visit it.
Wang Gong is still worth visiting. Ticket management is comparatively in place, and staff members are relatively friendly. You can drag the box because there are storage cabinets near the tickets. There are not many people to visit, so this kind of travel is the most comfortable.
The outer part of the palace was enclosed and decorated. But there is also a benefit. There is a Chinese explanation for this maintenance. And it's written in more detail. But unfortunately, I visited it and even introduced some paper things. None of them are in Chinese.