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Caserta Royal Palace Entrance Ticket

Caserta Royal Palace Entrance Ticket - Caserta, Italy
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Caserta, Italy

From USD
$19.21

Discover Caserta Royal Palace, a lavish complex, considered the Versailles of the Campania region, that also accommodated a university, the ministries, a public library, the magistracy, a large theater, a seminary, and a cathedral church. Once the residence of the Bourbon Kings the palace is now considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site and offers breathtaking architecture, splendid vistas, beautiful parks and gardens.

In 1750, Charles of Bourbon decided to build the Royal Palace as the ideal center of the new Kingdom of Naples, and intended to compete with other European royal residences ... More info ›

Discover Caserta Royal Palace, a lavish complex, considered the Versailles of the Campania region, that also accommodated a university, the ministries, a public library, the magistracy, a large theater, a seminary, and a cathedral church. Once the residence of the Bourbon Kings the palace is now considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site and offers breathtaking architecture, splendid vistas, beautiful parks and gardens.

In 1750, Charles of Bourbon decided to build the Royal Palace as the ideal center of the new Kingdom of Naples, and intended to compete with other European royal residences. The project was committed to architect Luigi Vanvitelli and inspired by Versailles, where Charles the VII had spent much time as guest of the French court.

Vanvitelli's wanted to built a magnificent palace and help develop the new city beside it, but unfortunately the Gran Viale between Naples and the great waterfall from the hillside of Briano, connecting the new capital with the far away metropolis, was never realized. Beyond housing for the royal family, Vanvitelli's plans for the Caserta Palace included a university, the ministries, a public library, the magistracy, a large theater, a seminary, and a cathedral church.

With your entrance ticket, visit the royal apartments, the paintings gallery and the Palatine chapel, the Quadreria with paintings from the deposits and, of course the gardens.

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Caserta Royal Palace and Gardens Private Guided Tour

Caserta Royal Palace and Gardens Private Guided Tour  - Caserta, Italy

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Caserta, Italy

From USD
$58.83

Enjoy an exclusive guided tour of the largest royal palace in the world with beautiful gardens, magnificent fountains and pools. The site is protected by UNESCO and is considered one of the architecture wonders of Italy. You will visit the Royal Apartments, the Throne Room, the Palatine Chapel, the Painting Gallery, the Grand Theatre, the Park, the Fountain of Diana and all the highlights of this breathtaking palace.

Visit the largest Royal Palace in the world and one of Europe most lavish residences. Its magnificent gardens and cast park include artistic fountains and water games ... More info ›

Enjoy an exclusive guided tour of the largest royal palace in the world with beautiful gardens, magnificent fountains and pools. The site is protected by UNESCO and is considered one of the architecture wonders of Italy. You will visit the Royal Apartments, the Throne Room, the Palatine Chapel, the Painting Gallery, the Grand Theatre, the Park, the Fountain of Diana and all the highlights of this breathtaking palace.

Visit the largest Royal Palace in the world and one of Europe most lavish residences. Its magnificent gardens and cast park include artistic fountains and water games. Its sumptous halls are decorated with colorful xviii century frescoes, elegant and precious forniture.

The site is protected by UNESCO and is considered one of the architecture wonders of Italy. The palace has more than 1,200 rooms, lavish state apartments, a large library, and a spectacular theatre. Some of the most precious Baroque frescoes and furniture of Italian art decorate the grand halls. They have been used as a filming location in a number of movie productions including Star Wars and Mission Impossible.

You will visit the Great Staircase, the Royal Apartments, the Throne Room, the Palatine Chapel, the Painting Gallery, the Porcelains Collection, the Nativity Hall, the Grand Theatre, the Park, the Great Waterfall, the Fountain of Diana and all the highlights of this breathtaking palace.

The tour takes approximately 2.5 hour and is led by an expert locale guide. You can meet him at the entrance of the Palace or, of you select the transfer option, a private driver with comfortable vehicle will pick you up at the hotel, cruise or airport.

It is a private tour and the guide, plus eventually the driver, which will be exclusively at your service. Please reconfirm with local supplier the exact meeting time or pickup time and if you have special requests. You will love this tour of one of the most precious sites of Italy

Shore excursion available from the port of Naples with pick up from cruise ship and return at your choice.

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Caserta Park of the Royal Palace Segway Tour

Caserta Park of the Royal Palace Segway Tour - Caserta, Italy

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Caserta, Italy

From USD
$118.86

  • 3-hour Segway tour of Caserta Park of the Royal Palace led by an expert local guide
  • See top Caserta Park of the Royal Palace attractions including the the Dolphins Fountain, the Fountain of Aeolus, the Fountain of Ceres and the Fountain of Venus and Adonis
  • Hear tales of Caserta Park of the Royal Palace colorful history from a knowledgeable guide
  • Enjoy a Segway sightseeing tour that’s suitable for all fitness levels
  • Small-group tour with a maximum of eight people ensures a personalized experience

This tour through the Park of the Royal Palace (la Reggia) driving a Segway PT will let you know one of the wonders declared World Heritage by UNESCO.

The Royal Palace of Caserta was the ancient home of the Bourbons of Naples and is one of the most visited sites in Italy.

The Royal Palace Park, where the tour takes place, can be divided into 2 parts: the Italian Garden, characterized by impressive waterfalls and fountains, that in some cases have more than one basin, and the English Garden, characterized by dense forests and known for the famous sculpture “Bath of Venus”; this garden, however, is not open to Segway PT, but can be visited on foot respecting the opening hours.

The Royal Park is an integral part of the project designed by Luigi Vanvitelli and is inspired by the great gardens of the European royal residences of his time.

In the park we will find “the Dolphins Fountain”, which depicts three imposing creatures of the deep, dolphin-shaped, whose mouth emits a consistent stream of water that flows into the rectangular tank about 470 meters long, made by theNeapolitan sculptor Gaetano Salomone.

Then we will reach the Fountain of Aeolus, the god of wind which is shown while he’s throwing the force of the winds against Aeneas and the Trojans soldiers, urged by Juno; Eolo is placed over a group of rocks, while Juno is depicted surrounded by 12 nymphs. This sculptural complex includes 28 figures symbolizing the different wind directions.

The tour will continue by visiting the Fountain of Ceres, the harvest goddess, which supports, together with an angel, the medal of the Trinacria, the figure with three spiral shaped legs, ancient symbol of Sicily; on the sides of the deity there are four nymphs ... More info ›

  • 3-hour Segway tour of Caserta Park of the Royal Palace led by an expert local guide
  • See top Caserta Park of the Royal Palace attractions including the the Dolphins Fountain, the Fountain of Aeolus, the Fountain of Ceres and the Fountain of Venus and Adonis
  • Hear tales of Caserta Park of the Royal Palace colorful history from a knowledgeable guide
  • Enjoy a Segway sightseeing tour that’s suitable for all fitness levels
  • Small-group tour with a maximum of eight people ensures a personalized experience

This tour through the Park of the Royal Palace (la Reggia) driving a Segway PT will let you know one of the wonders declared World Heritage by UNESCO.

The Royal Palace of Caserta was the ancient home of the Bourbons of Naples and is one of the most visited sites in Italy.

The Royal Palace Park, where the tour takes place, can be divided into 2 parts: the Italian Garden, characterized by impressive waterfalls and fountains, that in some cases have more than one basin, and the English Garden, characterized by dense forests and known for the famous sculpture “Bath of Venus”; this garden, however, is not open to Segway PT, but can be visited on foot respecting the opening hours.

The Royal Park is an integral part of the project designed by Luigi Vanvitelli and is inspired by the great gardens of the European royal residences of his time.

In the park we will find “the Dolphins Fountain”, which depicts three imposing creatures of the deep, dolphin-shaped, whose mouth emits a consistent stream of water that flows into the rectangular tank about 470 meters long, made by theNeapolitan sculptor Gaetano Salomone.

Then we will reach the Fountain of Aeolus, the god of wind which is shown while he’s throwing the force of the winds against Aeneas and the Trojans soldiers, urged by Juno; Eolo is placed over a group of rocks, while Juno is depicted surrounded by 12 nymphs. This sculptural complex includes 28 figures symbolizing the different wind directions.

The tour will continue by visiting the Fountain of Ceres, the harvest goddess, which supports, together with an angel, the medal of the Trinacria, the figure with three spiral shaped legs, ancient symbol of Sicily; on the sides of the deity there are four nymphs. The two figures which are placed at the far ends of the scene represent two Sicilian rivers.

Afterwards we will find the Fountain of Venus and Adonis, which represents the celebration of the myth of their love. The Muse, unintentionally hit by an arrow of Cupid, falls madly in love of man, begging him not to go hunting. The young Adonis would not listen any reason and died from a wound procured by a wild boar. At the place where the blood of Adonis fell sprang anemones. The group of sculptures faithfully reproduces the mythological episode: the goddess, kneeling, takes the hand of Adonis, while the young protagonist, unaware of the impending disaster, calms Venus.

On the right of the two protagonists a boar is depicted in an offensive position and there are also some hunting dogs, while some nymphs are lying on the rocks and some angelic figures are looking at the scene.

At the end we will see the famous Great Waterfall, that we will find at the far end of the park, rising from the hills Montemaiuolo and Montebriano.

Returning to the Reggia we will visit the “Pescheria grande”, an artificial lake with an island in the center, used as a fish basin by the then residents.

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Montecassino and Caserta

Montecassino and Caserta - Caserta, Italy

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Caserta, Italy

From USD
$642.30

This is a full day excursion in the mountain country of Cassino & Caserta.

Cassino, known for its famous Abbey founded in 529 AD, one of Europe’s oldest, by St. Benedict. 

Caserta
 is on our to Naples; we will stop at the Caserta Palace, the so-called “Versailles” of Italy. 

Your English-speaking chauffeur/guide will suggest to you some local restaurants for lunch in the area ... More info ›

This is a full day excursion in the mountain country of Cassino & Caserta.

Cassino, known for its famous Abbey founded in 529 AD, one of Europe’s oldest, by St. Benedict. 

Caserta
 is on our to Naples; we will stop at the Caserta Palace, the so-called “Versailles” of Italy. 

Your English-speaking chauffeur/guide will suggest to you some local restaurants for lunch in the area. In the afternoon, you can explore some of the local highlights. After, we will drive back to Rome in order to arrive at around 6:00pm.

Our English-speaking chauffeur/guide will welcome you at your hotel or any other place of your convenience at 8.00am (suggested time). After, he will lead you south of Rome for a full day excursion in the mountain country of Cassino & Caserta.

Cassino, known for its famous Abbey founded in 529 AD, one of Europe’s oldest, by St. Benedict. The monastery located high above the town of Cassino, a top Monte Cassino, has been destroyed and rebuilt a total of 4 times during its 1500 year history -the last time following a massive World War II bombing. Today, you will find it returned, more than ever, to its ancient grandeur. The Monte Cassino Monastery is home to brilliant works of art and houses rare books in its library, archives and museum, which the Benedictine monks will proudly show you when visiting.

Caserta is on our to Naples; we will stop at the Caserta Palace, the so-called “Versailles” of Italy. It was built by King Charles, the Borbon, in the 18th century to give his Kingdom of Naples a new and fortified capital from naval invasions and similar military offensives. You will be astounded by the immensity of the palace’s 1,200 rooms, packed with precious artwork, as well as the property’s 5 hectares of carefully manicured gardens, 75m high waterfall, and numerous marble fountains.

Your English-speaking chauffeur/guide will suggest to you some local restaurants for lunch in the area. In the afternoon, you can explore some of the local highlights. After, we will drive back to Rome in order to arrive at around 6:00pm.

This tour length is approximately 10 hours in total and is conducted by an English-speaking driver/guide that will not enter sites but drive you around and show you places, pointing out things while explaining what they are, as well as stopping at the places that require a visit and helping you access them.

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Private Transfer to Caserta Royal Palace

Private Transfer to Caserta Royal Palace - Caserta, Italy

Duration: Flexible
Location: Caserta, Italy

From USD
$448.23

Enjoy a private transfer to the Royal Palace of Caserta, discover the strong architectonic Spanish influence and the beautiful gardens.

You'll enjoy this small group tour where you'll visit one of the most beautiful residence of a royal family. The palace has been
requested by the Spanish King Carlo di Borbone who wanted it to be inspired to another magnificent royal building, the Palace of Vesailles
in order to show to the world, the power of its new Kingdom ... More info ›

Enjoy a private transfer to the Royal Palace of Caserta, discover the strong architectonic Spanish influence and the beautiful gardens.

You'll enjoy this small group tour where you'll visit one of the most beautiful residence of a royal family. The palace has been
requested by the Spanish King Carlo di Borbone who wanted it to be inspired to another magnificent royal building, the Palace of Vesailles
in order to show to the world, the power of its new Kingdom.

You'll be met by your driver with a pick up from your Naples hotel, cruise port or train station. You'll take a scenic drive towards Caserta.
Upon arrival, you'll have 6-hours of free time to walk around the Palace of Caserta (entrance ticket not included, tickets start from € 4.00 per person).

At the end of your 6-hours, you will meet your driver outside of the palace and be driven back to your original departure point.

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