- Buy your tickets for the splendid Royal Palace of Caserta
- Visit the UNESCO World Heritage site
- Stroll in the beautiful park with its fountains and waterfalls
- Admire the rooms decorated with frescoes and sculptures
Listed among the famous World Heritage sites by UNESCO, the Royal Palace of Caserta was built by the Bourbon kings of Naples, sovereign of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, following the style and the magnificence of the Palace of Versailles and the royal palace of El Escorial in Madrid. The residence has four beautiful gardens and a sumptuous park decorated with numerous fountains and waterfalls.
Designed by the architect Luigi Vanvitelli, the Royal Park is visited by thousands of tourists every day, who come here to admire the scenic "waterway", whose water comes through the Carolino Aqueduct, an engineer merveille designed by Vanvitelli. Take a walk in the park to discover beautiful sculptures, inspired by classical mythology, as well as fountains, ponds and waterfalls – such as the Great Falls (Grande Cascata) of the Fountain of Diana and Actaeon.
Typical example of an Italian garden, on top of the hill opposite the residence, the park of the Palace has a magnificent English garden that leads the way to a walk through colorful indigenous and exotic plants, created by Maria Carolina, wife of Ferdinand IV Bourbon.
Together with the park, that alone stretches for 2.5 km, the Palace occupies an area of 45,000 square meters and the residence itself develops on 5 floors, with a total height of 36 meters. Leave for a moment the beauty of the park and the gardens to discover the elegance and splendor of the interior, which is composed of 1,200 rooms, 134 staircases and countless stucco reliefs, frescoes, sculptures and inlaid floors of rare beauty.
- Entrance ticket for the Royal Palace of Caserta
- Reduced ticket for citizens of the EU from 18 through 24 years of age with valid identity
- Free entry for citizens of the EU under 18 years of age with valid identity
- Free entry for architecture, archeology, and art history students with display of valid enrollment certificate for current academic year
- Free entry for teachers from Italian schools with display of valid work certificate from school official
Piazza Carlo III, 81100, Caserta
Redeem your tickets by showing this voucher to the ticket office in Piazza Carlo III, Caserta. In order to get the reduced or free tickets, you must provide a valid ID card. You can show either your paper or mobile voucher.
- Ticket valid for the entire day selected on the calendar.
- PLEASE NOTE - On the occasion of International Women's Day, entry to state museums, archeological sites, and monuments is free for women on 8 March.
Open: 8:30 AM to 7:30 PM
Last admission: 7:00 PM
Opening: 8:30 AM
Last admission 2:30 PM
Opening: 8:30 AM
Last admission 2:00 PM
- Closing days: Tuesday, December 25, January 1.
- Additional openings: 26th December
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