Taking a public bus to Caserta
From Rome, you can grab a Flixbus to Castera in about 2.5–3.5 hours.
From Rome, you can grab a Flixbus to Castera in about 2.5–3.5 hours.
- Pick up at your accommodation
- Arrival at Santa Maria Capua Vetere and visit to the Amphiteater of Spartacus, the gladiators Museum, the Mithraeum and the archaeological Museum.
- Transfer to Caserta
- Explore the royal Palace of Caserta. Look at the royal apartments, decorated in a mix of Rococo and Neoclassic styles, and learn how the best painters contributed to create the highest decoration of 18th-century Italy. Visit the Murat's apartment, court theater, and much more.
- Move with a shuttle-bus around the English gardens where you can admire the cascade of fountains and pools, as well as the Great Falls with a dramatic sculpture of Diana transforming Actaeon into a deer.
- Drop off at your accommodation
"The Park's Garden are wonderful, they are in perfect harmony with a flap of land which is all a garden", so narred Goethe in 1787.
If you so desire to be enchanted by the beauty of the XVIII century Borboni royal palace, from its interior to the magnificence of the italian park and english garden, do not miss this unique opportunity.
With its five floors, equipped with 1200 rooms, 34 stairs and 1742 windows, the royal palace is the largest in the world, noted in 1997 on Unesco's World Heritage List. Mirrors, tapestry and frescoes contribute to moulding the palace into a jewel of priceless value, an immense show for eyes.
The palace opera architect Luigi Vanvitelli, (son of a very important painter of Gaspar Van Wittel sites, already active in Rome under Benedict XIV in restoring th St. Peter's Dome), infact, can be considered to all as an ideal and original fusion of two other royal residence: the royal palace of Versailles of the king of France and the palace of Escorial Madrid, residence of the king of Spain.
The whole day tour departing from Rome, begins on board a comfortable bus. On reaching the destination, the immense frame of luxurious palace, many of which being theatre movie stes, you get to relive moments through the tales of life of a court palace during the borbonico periods. While visiting the palace, the italian park features a series of sites, water games, and falls all the way up to the english garden, wanted by Mary of Austria, you will be catapulted in a wonderful place where kings and queens spent their most intimate moments.
In a short, if you so desire to be enchanted by one of the most beautiful places in the world, do not miss this unique opportunity.
Depart your Naples hotel in the morning and travel on a luxury coach to Caserta, around 40 minutes away.
Hop off at the majestic Palace of Caserta, a UNESCO-listed complex that was once the home of the Bourbon royal family. It was built in the 18th century and inspired by the Palace of Versailles. Pay a fee to enter and explore it opulent rooms and vast landscaped gardens. You can also rent an audio guide to hear more about the construction of this extravagant palace.
For lunch, head to the nearby La Reggia Designer Outlet, one of Naples top shopping outlets. Sit down for lunch in an on-site restaurant, where you can munch on pizza and quench your thirst with a soft drink, and either a coffee or tea. While in the restaurant, watch a short demonstration on how an authentic Neapolitan pizza is cooked.
Afterward, youre free to spend the afternoon exploring the mall at your leisure. Walk from one shop to the next, searching the rails for the best bargains. Look out for familiar fashion labels being sold at a discount including Armani, Prada, Cavalli and Michael Kors. Youll have been provided with discount vouchers, which you can use to make even more savings.
Come late afternoon, settle back onto the bus for the return journey to Naples, where youll be dropped off back at your hotel.
Book your Round - trip ticket to La Reggia Designer Outlet & Caserta Royal Palace.
La Reggia Designer Outlet:
A wide range of outlet stores - with over 100 multi-brand and single-boutique stores - make the Outlet La reggia the perfect place to shop, with a great selection of great brands, clothing and more. Regular visitors to the Outlet are able to find year round opportunities and promotions, with discounts ranging from 30% to 70% on prices.
Shopping in the Outlet La Reggia is a pleasant experience and realizes the opportunity to do real business in a context of complete relax..
Among the most renowned brands there are Gucci, Michael Kors, Hugo Boss and more.
Caserta Royal Palace:
With its typical architecture, built by the King of Naples, Charles of Bourbon and designed by the architect Luigi Vanvitelli in 1752.
Enjoy and spend your time among the bright lights of the most beautiful park that stretches for 3 km long with its fountains, the Great waterfall
and Majestic gardens.
Inside the palace, there are 1.200 rooms in the heart of Baroque style. An explosion of art full of decorations, which tends to strike the imagination with perspective effects and formal solutions daring and virtuosic.
Known as "the little Versailes" once visited, the French tourists exclaim "Il est plus belle que Versailles", and you will do the same?
The Royal Palace looks like a majestic monumental complex spread over about forty and four thousand square meters, with a rectangular and divided internally into four courtyards, spread over five floors, with 1,200 rooms, millesettecentoquarantadue Windows and 34 staircases. The main entrance allows access to a long tunnel, the so-called "Telescope" that connects with the central axis of the Park spread over 120 hectares and "waterway" in a series of fountains concluded by a spectacular waterfall.
The striking staircase surmounted by a double time and enriched with precious decorations, leads to the historical apartments built between the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Previously environments used by the Italian air force, handed over to museum management following an agreement between the Ministry of culture and the defence which provides the destination for cultural purposes of the entire main floor is host your collection Terrae Motus, one of the most important contemporary art collections in the world including the works of artists such as Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Joseph Beuys, Mimmo Paladino, Emilio Vedova etc.
The strap is inserted from 1997 on the World Heritage list of Unesco and by 2014 has been equipped with financial autonomy, with key Italian State museums.
How does that work:
• Shuttle Bus Naples-Reggia di Caserta offers 1 hour of departure and 1 hour or return, departing from Piazza Municipio and Piazza Garibaldi, Naples.
• You can choose your ride for the return on board of our bus!
• Option to purchase on board the bus ticket entrance to the apartments, Park and garden English (skip row).
• Times approximate and subject to change due to the urban traffic.
• Return service.