That's a big place!!. We did not know it and were suppriced by the size. But nice to have been there.
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We booked return tickets on the train from Garibaldi station to go to Caserta, very inexpensive $6.80 euro each. On arrival at the station, take the right turn as the castle is on the north east side. Not well sign posted but you do find...More
we spent a full day here first looking around the palace - loads of rooms to see and then hours walking to the end of the garden, around the english garden and back down again!
The palace of Caserta is claimed to be the largest in the world and its staterooms are as magnificent as they could be. Approaching from the Rome side, and briefing TomTom to take us to the city centre, we passed under the tunnel which bisects...More
The Palace of Caserta and the royal apartments included a number of stunning rooms. The English gardens and the long walk to get there were a great way to spend the day. Visitors should recognize that the palace and its gardens are not particularly well...More
We visited this Palace today, which is a magnificent building with beautiful decor, furniture and articles. The granite staircase is superb, but such a shame to see pigeons flying around, and their excrement and feathers all over the beautiful granite! It is well worth a...More
I visited La Reggia back in back in 1985 and told my then wife-to-be in 1989 when we were at Versailles, that "it was nothing compared to Caserta". She and I just visited Caserta in late August and I was astounded to see how it...More
If you're expecting an Italian version of Versailles, you will surely be disappointed. This palace and its gardens are in bad need of repair. There is an English garden at the end of the palace ground roughly about 2 miles from the palace. That was...More
The Royal Palace of Caserta (Reggia di Caserta) is a former royal residence in Caserta, southern Italy, constructed for the Bourbon kings of Naples. Judging by the number of rooms (1200) and the square (245 thousand square meters), the palace is the largest building erected...More
The previous reviewers are correct. The gardens at this palace are completely unkempt, the beauty really needs to be dusted and you only get to visit a very small portion of this palace but MY GOODNESS it is huge and impressive!! The actual palace is...More