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In terms of volume, it is the largest royal residence in the world with a volume of 2 million cubic meters. The ticket was 6euros reduced price and decided to visit the building first and the park after. The whole palace has 5 floors and...More
Incredible grounds and stunning palace although half of it is still being renovated. Caserta town is fairly ordinary but the castle magnificent. We spent the day there walking both away and to the castel. Don't forget to stop for a bite at the end of...More
Why Caserta is not up there with Versailles, Schoenbrunn, Windsor and San Souci, I don’t get. The palace is huge and amazing and the gardens are also great, in fact, because they are on a hill, they are better than most other places. It is...More
This Castle and Garden are an astonishing work of expert craftmanship, landscaping, and history. You'll learn new things while being amazed by the masterful art that is pervasive here. Be prepared to walk the vast gardens to gain the full experience of the amazing fountains...More
My parents and I visited with my toddler. There are stairs but thankfully they aren't steep so we were able to pick up the stroller and carry him up. The rooms were amazing. Definitely get the audio guide! It helped us so much
I am a basic Italian speaker with an Italian husband so we know the Southern Italian area quite well. 9 years ago, Caserta was rundown and in disrepair but in the preceding 9 years, we finally came back to visit the Royal Palace of Caserta...More
We saw this Palace on a TV programme. my husband wanted to go, we were staying in Sorrento and looked for tours to Caserta we were dumbfounded to find there were none, we asked our rep and she said sorry no tours. We then decided...More
The palace itself was very beautiful, the first few rooms more richly decorated than the others, but beautiful nonetheless. There is plenty to see. The gardens overall are amazing, but they could definitely have been better taken care of, which really is a shame. The...More
Don't know whether it is still actual, but - yes, there is no problem to get to Reggia di Caserta by train. There are a lot of trains from Naples, and when in Casesrt - it's just about 7-8 minutes walk from the... More
Don't know whether it is still actual, but - yes, there is no problem to get to Reggia di Caserta by train. There are a lot of trains from Naples, and when in Casesrt - it's just about 7-8 minutes walk from the station.