Visit of the royal apartments
Explore many of the richly decorated 1200 rooms
Discover how the Bourbons lived, King of Naples
The Royal Palace of Caserta, commissioned by King Charles of Bourbon to emulate the Versailles one, is the largest royal residence in the world, a huge building, which has 1200 rooms, 34 flights of stairs and 1742 windows and since 1997 has been declared by the UNESCO heritage of humanity.
Inside you can admire the halls and private rooms of the kings.
The route includes a detailed visit to the representative rooms and private rooms of the Bourbon kings, where you can admire furniture, ornaments, chandeliers and sculptures of great value.
You can walk through the 800 rooms with historical paintings, precious gilded stuccos and precious objects that testify the skill of local and foreign artisans.
The second part of the route is dedicated to the Halls of the ‘700, furnished with precious silks, watches with curious shapes and refined porcelain. In these environments Ferdinando and Maria Carolina received their friends.
A charming expericence where you can relive the glories of the Bourbon era, visiting not only the rich reception rooms, the throne room and those dedicated to diplomatic meetings, but also the private rooms and corners that still speak to us about life more intimate than the king and the queen.
The complex also includes the scenic royal park, 3 km long, enriched by fountains with sculptural groups inspired by the “Metamorphosis” of Ovid with places of entertainment for the royals such as the great Peschiera and the Castelluccia and places of leisure and tranquility like the English Garden.