Caserta is a lovely city in Southern Italy, in the region of Campania, which boasts of a glorious past. It was here that the so-called “Versailles of Italy” was built: the Royal Palace of Caserta. Commissioned by the rulers of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, the Bourbons of Naples, the royal residence was inaugurated in 1780, becoming one of the largest in the world! In addition to the palace’s elegant halls, the complex attracts millions of visitors for its beautiful park, divided into two areas: the Italian garden and the English garden, for a total amount of 2.5 kilometers in length. In Caserta you can also visit the Aqueduct of Vanvitelli and the San Leucio Complex, which were declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites together with the Royal Palace.