Reggia di Caserta

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Reggia di Caserta
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Historic Sites • Points of Interest & Landmarks • Castles
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8:30 AM - 7:30 PM
Monday
8:30 AM - 7:30 PM
Wednesday
8:30 AM - 7:30 PM
Thursday
8:30 AM - 7:30 PM
Friday
8:30 AM - 7:30 PM
Saturday
8:30 AM - 7:30 PM
Sunday
8:30 AM - 7:30 PM
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Mick H
Yarraville, Australia27 contributions
May 2022 • Couples
We bought the full experience tickets from a very miserable salesperson even though it was only 10:00am.
Other staff were generally a bit more engaging until we got to the cafe, were the staff were rude/brusque and more interested in chatting with their friends on the staff then serving. The malaise of tourist venues were they have the monopoly.
Apart from that, the tour of the apartments was breathtaking at times.
Written May 16, 2022
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Anna
36 contributions
Aug 2021 • Couples
Enchanted by the magnificence of Reggia di Caserta, we definitely recommend to pay this place a visit.
Flawless experience for us. Ticket purchased online, no long queue at the entrance. We picked a professional guide at the main gate, cost an additional 10€/each, worth the price.
Written August 8, 2021
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BaruchBarryPinnick
Ma'ale Adummim, Israel163 contributions
Mar 2022
If you like large palaces, especially Baroque palaces with lovely gardens, don't miss Reggia di Caserta. It's so big that it has to be seen to be believed.
We had a tour (in English) from a local guide and it's good to consider this option - they always know interesting things hard to find in the best guidebooks.
As for the garden: well, it's only over one and a half miles long! For a small fee you can take a bus in either or both directions the length of the garden from the Palace to the fountains at the other end.
Written May 25, 2022
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TravelGirl
London, UK23 contributions
May 2021
We were a group of around 12 people.
We got our tickets online on ticketone.com and printed it at home (thank god a friend told me that).

Starting with the parking. It is really disappointing, it looks still under construction, no proper lights and unauthorized parking guys waiting for money which we didn't give as you already pay 1euros every hour. I believe they don't take cards so bring coins.

The English gardens are not well maintained at all, trees with a minimum of hundreds of years are left dying probably because they need too much maintenance and they can't be asked.

Direction signs are almost inexistent so you basically just get lost or have to memorize the tiny map at the English garden's entrance gate.

There are funny people whistling at you if you do anything wrong. They work there. Other members of the staff just spend their working time looking at their phones. Such hard work.

The room's staff also screams at you if you touch or do anything forbidden because they can't be asked to walk and kindly ask things. Never experienced this before at Louvre or the British Museum.

I suggest you don't waste your money there and maybe they will hire more professional staff and maintain the gardens better when they realize that tourists don't bring their money there anymore.

It such a shame that the Reggia di Caserta a UNESCO heritage site is so badly administrated.
Written July 7, 2021
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Roger B
Dallas, TX64 contributions
Apr 2022
This is a magnificent edifice. The spaces are captivating and the detail within the palace itself is breathtaking. The extensive gardens are quite a walk but are well worth the exertion. If you get anywhere near Caserta, make sure that you take the time to check it out
Written May 14, 2022
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Iva Ivanova
1 contribution
Jun 2021 • Family
I am very disappoimted by the Royal palace administration. Using Covid as a pretext, they closed the tocket office. Now, you need a ton of extra time and revistration in a mono-lingual website to buy the new digital but more expensive tickets. I am sorry there is no rating 0, cause that's what this organsation deserves.
Written June 23, 2021
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Wander224793
4 contributions
Oct 2019
Caserta is a fabulous look at a by gone era. Opulent and extravagant , but so tasteful. Don’t miss this. After a warm afternoon walking to the waterfall pass gorgeous gardens and sculptures, fountains and statues, we stopped for lunch at the garden restaurant at the top which was delightful. The interior of the Palace is worth spending an entire day.
Written March 12, 2020
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Israel R
Ra'anana, Israel16,126 contributions
Aug 2019
An amazing palace in its size and beauty. One of the largest palaces in the world with over 1200 rooms, not all of which can be visited. The palace has a huge library and hundreds of amazing sculptures and works of art. It is highly recommended to spend a few hours touring the palace and especially not to miss the visit to the huge garden behind it. Since the garden is huge in area, it is recommended to use the various means of transportation (especially in a horse-drawn carriage if you are with children). To sum up in one word "AMAZING".
NOT 2 B MISSED.
Written July 31, 2020
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TurinTraveller
Turin323 contributions
Aug 2021
Magnificent!
I have wanted to go to Caserta for years, especially when I heard that the new management were making huge progress in making the visitor experience even better.
The staff were friendly and helpful and the building itself is magnificent.
We had the audio tour rather than the guided tour, as it was so hot we preferred to have the chance to pause and rest when we wanted. It provided sufficient details and history so was a good alternative, but should I return I will definitely get the guided tour.
Well worth visiting!
Written August 16, 2021
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kwiewiorowski
Poznan, Poland2,169 contributions
Mar 2022
World class attraction I somehow have never heard about until recently. What is most impressive about it is how vast it is. We started with the gardens and walked all the way up to the very end. Nice if somewhat long stroll. English gardens on the right next. E quick snack and drink in a cafe and then we made a huge mistake of walking back. It takes ages while you are already tired. Should have waited for a shuttle. You could also rent a bike at the palace. Water features, fountains cascading down are very nice. Then we went to see the royal apartments, Theatre was closed at the time. The chambers are very opulent and impressive and yet those open to the public are only a fraction of the rooms that are there in the palace. It takes easily one day to see everything and you end up being quite exhausted in the end. As you approach the palace there is an underground car park, which is extremely convenient. Just don’t make our mistake- take the shuttle or rent a bicycle for the gardens.
Written May 10, 2022
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