Start time

10:00

Duration

2 h.

Persons

min. 1 max. 50

Exclusions

  • Licensed Tour Guide

Let us take you on a two hours guided tour of Caserta and the Royal Palace.
Caserta, just north of Naples, is a must-see for its majestic Royal Palace. The palace, a UNESCO World Heritage site, was home to the Bourbon kings of Naples, a Spanish dynasty which ruled the Naples from 1734 to 1861.
This Royal Palace is one of the most beautiful and elegant in Europe, built to surpass the beauty of Versailles in Paris.
The palace boasts 1,200 rooms and a magnificent 180-acre park, including a lovely English garden. This lavish royal playground has been used as the set for many feature films, including “Star Wars
Built in the Piazza Carlo III, by Carlo III di Borbone, in emulation of the Palace of Versailles by the Architect Luigi Vanvitelli, the Royal Palace of Caserta is today one of the largest and most sumptuous buildings in Italy with one thousand two hundred rooms and one thousand and nine hundred windows. In the Caserta Royal Palace one can admire the Great Staircase, the Palatine Chapel, the Royal Apartments, the Hall of the Halberdiers, the Hall of the Guards, the King's apartments, the Hall of Alessandro, the Court Theatre, this latter a fine example of eighteenth century theatre design. The appeal of the Caserta Royal Palace has been made even greater by its extensive gardens, covering 120 hectares, complete with fountains and waterfalls. Not to be missed: the English Garden.

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School trips from Pompeii, school trips from Sorrento, school trips from Naples, school trips from Salerno, school trips from Amalfi, school trips Positano, school trips Capri

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Caserta Royal Palace guided tour

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