"The Park's Garden are wonderful, they are in perfect harmony with a flap of land which is all a garden", so narred Goethe in 1787.
If you so desire to be enchanted by the beauty of the XVIII century Borboni royal palace, from its interior to the magnificence of the italian park and english garden, do not miss this unique opportunity.
With its five floors, equipped with 1200 rooms, 34 stairs and 1742 windows, the royal palace is the largest in the world, noted in 1997 on Unesco's World Heritage List. Mirrors, tapestry and frescoes contribute to moulding the palace into a jewel of priceless value, an immense show for eyes.
The palace opera architect Luigi Vanvitelli, (son of a very important painter of Gaspar Van Wittel sites, already active in Rome under Benedict XIV in restoring th St. Peter's Dome), infact, can be considered to all as an ideal and original fusion of two other royal residence: the royal palace of Versailles of the king of France and the palace of Escorial Madrid, residence of the king of Spain.
The whole day tour departing from Rome, begins on board a comfortable bus. On reaching the destination, the immense frame of luxurious palace, many of which being theatre movie stes, you get to relive moments through the tales of life of a court palace during the borbonico periods. While visiting the palace, the italian park features a series of sites, water games, and falls all the way up to the english garden, wanted by Mary of Austria, you will be catapulted in a wonderful place where kings and queens spent their most intimate moments.
In a short, if you so desire to be enchanted by one of the most beautiful places in the world, do not miss this unique opportunity.