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Royal Palace of Caserta Entrance Ticket

Product ID: 66861
Skip the long lines to the world’s largest royal palace with an entrance ticket to the Royal Palace of Caserta north of Naples. Stroll the former residence and formal gardens of the Bourbon kings, built in an elaborate Baroque style in the 18th century.
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  • Skip the lines to the world's largest royal palace
  • Discover the former residence of the Bourbon kings
  • Go to the opulent Royal Apartments
  • Admire the water features of the Caserta Gardens, such as the Grand Cascade
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Spend the day surrounded by opulence with a full-day entrance ticket to the Royal Palace of Caserta, north of Naples, and wander the rooms of the baroque palace before taking a break in the vast gardens and parks.

Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997, the Royal Palace of Caserta was built by the Bourbon king Charles III to rival the Palace of Versailles and Royal Palace in Madrid. Covering 5 floors, the palace boasts no less than 1,200 rooms of increasing grandeur

Over the years, the Royal Palace of Caserta has been used as a filming location in a number of movies, including “Star Wars: The Phantom Menace,” “Angels and Demons,” and the Robert Mitchum war movie “Anzio.”

Marvel at the broad sweep of its design in rooms such as the Throne Room and Grand Staircase. See stunning water features in the extensive gardens, including the Diana and Actaeon Fountain at the foot of the Grand Cascade.
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Meeting point

Royal Palace of Caserta Ticket Office, Viale Douhet 2A, 81100 Caserta

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Last admittance will be at 6:45 PM
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 793 reviews

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    4 / 5
  • Value for money
    4 / 5
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In line with other reviews. The Royal Palace is well preserved inside and unpleasantly poorly maintained outside, especially the Italian garden, with its ponds and fountains (dirty water, untreated grass, unpruned trees etc ...). The English garden is kept in a better condition. The audio guide provided does not add much compared to the various information brochures in the individual rooms of the Palace, in addition to the fact that some recordings were missing from the list. Is it "worth" and the price? Definitely yes, but at the end of the visit you have that mixture of pleasant and unpleasant sensations, due to the beauty of what you have seen but also to the state in which it is held.

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February 18, 2020

It certainly is one of the grand places in Europe.

This was the first time back in more than twenty years. Everything has improved considerably: parking, gardens out front, ticketing and hospitality (good tavola calda, although seating area could be a bit larger), restrooms and benches along the way to the top, shuttle service and even, still, horse drawn carriages. Employees seem to be much more friendly and engaged this time. One negative: a lady behind ticketing desk puffing away on her e-cigarette. But the whole, the outside park and the royal palace were impressive and memorable.

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August 24, 2019

Italian wonder, had the privilege of visiting the theater inside the palace, the fantastic gardens!

January 12, 2020

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