The Villa Floridiana is a large park situated in Vomero, Naples, to the south of Italy. This villa dates from 1816, when it was acquired by the King of the Two Sicilies, Ferdinand I of the House of Bourbon.
From 1817 to 1819, Antonio Niccolini reconstructed this building and its surrounding gardens. Here, one can see palms, oaks, cypresses and many selections of flowers in the garden.
Later on, the king donated the land to his wife, Lucia Mugliaccio Partanna, from whom the villa got its name.