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We got the must to the top of the park for €2.50 each (it's a long walk) and it was nice to all around here. Remind us a lot of National a Trust gardens on a grand scale. Some much needed shade on a hot...More
This is not worth the effort of the entrance fee.If you are British you will have seen it all before and some parts of these gardens.I.e the covered walkways are positively dangerous and should be closed as the roof is falling in.
Signage and maintenance...More
Wear good walking and enjoy the unique landscape. Your walk starts uphill and gently goes lower. You visit a lush area with water garden near the top. If you walk to the lowest part of the garden you must walk back uphill to get back...More
The English Gardens, with their side paths and quiet places under the trees were beautiful and spectacular. People will enjoy the interesting and unique plants and the water features. We went there during a summer rainstorm, but enjoyed the walk nonetheless.
The area of these garden stretch pretty far. So judge whether you have the time for this walk. Still it can be good place to relax a bit especially in the late afternoon. I would certainly buy tickets on line, otherwise you will be discouraged....More
Located at the "top" of the palace gardens, these Giardino Inglese are not to be missed. If you are not up for the walk up, up, up the vast length of hill, certainly treat yourself to the bus ride or horse jitney which, for a...More
One of the most beautiful garden ever visited. I visited it when i was a child and then again few months ago and is still awesome. The Giardino Inglese (English Garden) is vast, with myriad of paths, creeks, little water falls, lakes, statues and ruins...More
Walking up the hill from Reggia Caserta (The Royal Palace of Caserta), actually riding the rent bicycle, it starts all of a sudden a typical summer rain, short and warm, although it was October, but the Mediterranean weather was just doing it’s job. We, me...More
By far, the english garden is the most beautiful place in Caserta. It deliver so much only by its arrangement. You truly believe that you are in that era when you take a walk in this gardens.
It is breathtaking and worth spend many hours...More
From the back of the Palace to the English Garden entrance, it is nearly three kilometers, it takes about 45 minutes at a leisurely pace. At the end of the walk is a waterfall which cascades into the Fountain of Diana and Actaeon. On the...More