Sorrento Tours Caserta

Caserta palace and gardens

Caserta Itinerary

Surely the most beautiful and interesting place to visit is the famous Royal Palace of Caserta, it is a historic mansion that belonged to the royal family of Bourbon dynasty in Naples. It is surrounded by a vast park in which there are identified two areas : the Italian garden and the English garden. The complex of the royal palace, with its gardens are around 2.5 kilometers long, is one of the largest in Europe. Inside the park of the Royal Palace, local inhabitants, who have free access, they used to go jogging or just bicycle riding in the immense park. On the west side of the palace there is the church of San Francesco di Paola, which is part of a complex once the convent of the Frati Minimi, founded in 1605 by Andrea Matteo Acquaviva, now a military hospital. Pope Benedict XIII in 1727 stopped here and Luigi Vanvitelli is buried here however, is not certain in what part of the church.

Pick-up from your hotel or from meeting point and transfer by coach to Caserta where there will be authorised guided tour of the Royal Apartments and Gardens. Before returning to Sorrento there will be a visit to the medieval village of Caserta Vecchia.

Days available
Sunday and Thursday subject to a minimum number of passengers.

Pickup points and times
You will be advised of the most convenient pickup point and times for your accommodation

Method of payment
After reservations have been confirmed payment can be made by credit card before the visit or in the Sorrento office itself, whichever is the more convenient.
To book a reservation please use our enquiry form or telephone +44 (0) 1446 771220.

Extras paid on site.
Entrance fee to Royal Palace of Caserta at 12.00 euros pp
(For citizens of the European community, from 0 to 17 years, entrance is free of charge, from 18 to 24 years the ticket is reduced of the 50%)

Additional Notes
Pack lunch of sandwich and bottle of water included

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