Sede legale/ Hotel: Piazzetta Matilde
Serao n. 7 • 80132 Napoli (Italia)

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In the heart of Naples, Matilde Lifestyle Hotel arises.

Located in Piazzetta Matilde Serao, from which its name derives, intends to draw inspiration from one of the most prominent female figures in journalism and in the talian literary scene at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries: Matilde Serao, the first Italian woman to have founded and directed a newspaper, Il Mattino.

Enclosed within the walls of the majestic
Umberto I Gallery, with a clever balance between history and modernity, Matilde Lifestyle Hotel is the ideal place to spend a relaxing holiday or a business stay in an elegant and refined environment, oering all the comforts of an avant-garde structure.
Matilde Hotel.
A small jewel in the
center of Naples.

Ideal for any type of requirement thanks to its strategic location, you can easily reach the main monuments and museums, the most exclusive shopping streets and the best bars and restaurants.

Moreover, located a few steps from the port of Naples, it represents the ideal choice for those who want to enjoy the splendor of the islands of Ischia, Capri and Procida and the Amalfi coast.


Sede legale/ Hotel: Piazzetta Matilde Serao n. 7 • 80132 Napoli (Italia)

Capitale Sociale: € 125.000,00
P. Iva • Codice Fiscale: 08260551216
R.E.A.: NA - 944664
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I Love LEGO, the exhibition dedicated to the most famous bricks in the world arrives in Naples.

From 17 March Legomania arrives in Naples. After the extraordinary success of Milan and Rome, the I Love LEGO exhibition arrives for the first time in the city, in the suggestive spaces of the Basilica della Pietrasanta - Lapis Museum. The exhibition will be open until 13 September.

Tens of square meters of scenery entirely made with LEGO® bricks will make up modern cities and ancient monuments: entire miniature worlds, from the ideal contemporary city to the legendary adventures of pirates, from medieval landscapes to the splendors of Ancient Rome, reconstructed and meticulously designed from RB Eventi. An unmissable opportunity for all fans, for families and for the little ones, who will be able to spend a day as protagonists in a magical and fun atmosphere that features those "prodigious" bricks that make over 100 million play each year. people.

To peep between the different installations, a section of oils inspired by great masterpieces in the history of art reinterpreted and transformed into "lego men" by the young contemporary artist Stefano Bolcato: combining his passion for LEGO and his art - through a oil painting technique - creates assembly forms inspired in particular by the "magnetism" of Renaissance portraits.

The I Love LEGO exhibition is produced and organized by the Arthemisia Group.


Opening hours Every day 10.00 - 20.00 (the ticket office closes an hour earlier)

Extraordinary openings 

Sunday 12 April 10.00 - 20.00 

Monday 13 April 10.00 - 20.00 

Saturday 25 April 10.00 - 20.00 

Friday 1 May 10.00 - 20.00 

Tuesday 2 June 10.00 - 20.00 

Saturday 15 August 10.00 - 20.00 

(the ticket office closes an hour earlier)

Full Tickets € 10.00 

Reduced € 8.00 

Reduced children € 5.00

Family ticket 1 or 2 adults € 8.00 

each children (5 to 10 years) € 5.00 each 

free minors up to 4 years

Information and reservations T. +39 081 1865941


After 3 months of closure, the Virgilian Park in Posillipo in Naples has reopened, one of the most evocative of the city.

It is perched on the Posillipo hill overlooking the sea and is one of the most scenic and suggestive points of the city Naples. Reopened in these days after three months of closure to secure trees damaged by the strong wind, the Virgiliano Park has preserved large green spaces full of Mediterranean scrub and maritime pines.

From its numerous and large viewpoints you can admire the nearby and beautiful island of Nisida and then the area of the Campi Flegrei, on one side or the Neapolitan coast with beautiful overhangs on the other. The park overlooks the Pausilypon villa dating back to the 1st century AD. reachable through the cave of Seiano which is located towards the lower part of Bagnoli. Other viewpoints also allow us to see the extraordinary marine reserve of Gaiola.

Entrance to the park is free.

Lascaux on display at the MANN in Naples: the reconstruction of the cave for the first time

At the National Archaeological Museum of Naples the fascinating Lascaux 3.0 exhibition: a beautiful journey through time between the environments and the extraordinary cave paintings of the Lascaux Caves!

The Lascaux exhibition at MANN

The exhibition, which arrives for the first time in Italy, will be a real journey back in time, which will bring all guests to the era of the Lascaux Caves. In fact, thanks to modern and innovative technologies, the rooms and the extraordinary cave paintings of the famous Lascaux Caves will be reproduced inside the halls of the MANN.

The exhibition will be set up in the Sala del Cielo Stellato which can be visited until May 31, 2020 and for this occasion the Museum will open its section "Prehistory and Protohistory", scheduled for February 28, entrusted to the care of officials Floriana Miele and Alessandro Vastano.

When: from 31 January to 31 May 2020

Where: MANN, Piazza Museo, 19, 80135 Naples NA


* Full: € 18.00

* Reduced: € 2 for EU citizens between 18 and 25 years old

* Special reduced € 9.00: every day, from Wednesday to Monday, from 5.00 pm at the ticket office closing; always for Artecard holders and for OpenMann subscriber companion.

Hours: open every day except Tuesdays, from 09.00 to 19.30