Palazzo Medici Acquaviva
Experience the luxurious side of Naples. Situated at the city's traditional heart overlooking the Via Toledo, the history of the Palazzo Medici Acquaviva is redolent with the great names of Italian noble history. Built by a Borgia at the end of the 1600s, and housing the Barbaja salons named after Italy's greatest theatrical impresario, the palace was restored following the fall of the Kingdom of Naples in 1816 by Michele de Medici.
The restoration granted the palace its neoclassical entrance, and the various elegant rooms and salons provide a perfect backdrop for performances of nineteenth century operas and other concerts.
Palazzo Medici Acquaviva, Via Toledo, 55, 80134 Naples, Italy, Google Maps