It is one of the most important religious complex of Naples including a church, a convent, and a museum. Commissioned by Robert of Anjou for his wife Sancia di Maiorca, the church and adjoining convent were built in the early 14th century, in honour of Saint Clare, to house the Poor Clares and minor monks.
The Poor Clares’ convent is situated in Piazza del Gesù Nuovo, and it is a place that we suggest visiting while you are in the regional capital of Campania.
Open 9.30am-5.30pm Mon-Sat, 10.00am-2.30pm Sun.
Admission 6,00€; 4,50€ discount for students, seniors (over 65) and groups of more than 25 people.