Also known as New Castle, the castle was built by Pierre d'Agincourt, architect of Charles I of Anjou, following the French model of the castle of Angers. It was modified by Alfonso I of Aragon in the fifteenth century. At the entrance the visitor will pass under the arch of the arms of Aragon. Remain inside the Palatine Chapel and the Sala dei Baroni. From the terrace overlooking the harbor and Mount Vesuvius.
National Archaeological Museum
One of the richest museums in the world for ancient Greek, Roman, Etruscan and Egyptian, with many works from the excavations at Pompeii and Herculaneum. The building, home to the University from 1616 to 1777, has been transformed into a museum in 1822 and since then until now the venue for numerous exhibitions of international importance.