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La Reggia di Caserta

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Address: Viale Douhet Reggia 2a | il Prezzo Del Biglietto è 12,00 Euro, Non 16.00 Come Indicato, 81100, Caserta, Italy
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08:30 - 18:45
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Wed - Mon 08:30 - 18:45
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US$ 17.68*
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Caserta Royal Palace Entrance Ticket
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US$ 248.59*
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Half-Day Trip to Caserta
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US$ 143.63*
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Private Tour: Royal Palace of Caserta and Shopping Tour from Naples

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Very Interesting stopover

Found this "palace" to be very interesting. Firstly easily accessible via an underground car park in the centre of town. The architecture was worth studying as well as the... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Roger D
Melbourne, Australia
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Reviewed 4 days ago NEW via mobile

It is one of the wonderful cultural and human heritages of Italy! Good to visit in a sunny day and have a walk in the gardens and admire the different 'Fontane'! Only one thing let leave with sadness: the lack of maintenance of the structure!

Thank Daniel E
Melbourne, Australia
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Reviewed 6 days ago NEW

Found this "palace" to be very interesting. Firstly easily accessible via an underground car park in the centre of town. The architecture was worth studying as well as the gardens, if you are a fan of Versailles it's a must see. Also a great place to break the trip from Amalfi Coast when heading back north

Thank Roger D
Lexington, Virginia
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Reviewed 6 days ago NEW

The architecture alone worth a visit -- marble stairways with sculptures, vaulted ceilings and huge light-filled windows, paintings and sculptures abounding, - all make for a unique experience. The approach to the castle from underground parking demands stairs (escalators were not working) and a lengthy walk to the main entrance. Covering some of the interior collection requires more walking. So,... More 

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The site is very impressive. The tour in the palace is long but rich and interesting. The best attraction for us were the gardens outside. You can take a bus, a carriage with horses or bicycle. The tour in the endless gardens is lovely and recommended.

Thank amaliaofi
Seattle, Washington, United States
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A MUST SEE IF YOU ARE DRIVING FROM AMALFI TO ROME! Largest Royal residents in the entire world. 1700 windows, over 200 bedrooms. Its a short detour off the highway. If you are headed from Amalfi to Rome, or Naples to Rome--- STOP here! Be enchanted. Its a fabulous experience. They close at 6pm---so dont come too late. get there... More 

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Day trip to this spectacular Palace and garden from Rome Took train traveling thru picturesque towns This Baroque and Neoclassical Palace reopened before Easter 2017 after being closed for 25 years Over twelve hundred rooms and fifteen hundred Windows

Thank Felipe S
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We visited this place with two locals today. And they were absolutely right when they said this place can match Versailles with much less tourists. What an impressively big and beautiful palace with a free accessible incredibly beautiful and big park. Don't miss the English botanic garden. Go here asap before it is known to foreign tourists.

Thank Nimbus71
San Antonio, Texas
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful castle and garage parking available. (Make sure you pay your parking ticket at the kiosk...it's not at the exit. You enter the paid ticket receipt to open the gate). I can't remember how much the ticket cost. You get to view the inside, museum exhibit and the grounds. To reach the top of the fountains you can walk (it's... More 

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Melbourne, Australia
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I visited today and had a delightful morning. A visit can involve a nice variety of activities including a stroll around the English garden (can't take bikes in if you hire bikes at the castle). Don't miss the gardens they are lovely. The walk is long by enjoyable - I took the shuttle bus down to the gardens (€2.50) had... More 

Thank JanM454
East Haven, Connecticut
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Spent a morning at La Reggia in absolute awe! Each room was more magnificent than the previous. Visited in early March, so the gardens were not in bloom, but we enjoyed walking along the pools of water, and took some spectacular photos.

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