In Italy, there is one of the most extraordinary monumental areas of European culture and history: an eighteenth-century palace, equal only to that of Versailles, located in Caserta. Its construction dates back to the time of the Bourbons (1750) when these became the new monarchs of the vast Kingdom of Naples. Magnificent are the gardens of the Royal Park and the English Garden.
It is a cultural site of enchanting harmony and sumptuousness, starting from the size and flow of the canals, from the fountains of the magnificent Royal Park and from the variety of water games obtained with high-quality water systems, countless statues and architectural sculptures.
Estimated time to reach the Royal Palace of Caserta by car: about an hour and a half