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Teatro di Corte

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Viale Douhet Reggia 2/a Reggia di Caserta, 81100, Caserta Italy
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The Royal Palace of Caserta - From Naples
The monumental Royal Palace of Caserta is the former royal residence of the Bourbon King of Naples. Designed by Italian architect Luigi Vanvitelli in the second half of the XVIII century, today the palace is one of the largest and most sumptuous royal buildings in Europe: 1,200 rooms featuring a series of decorative styles, spread over 5 floors and connected through 34 spectacular staircases.The key highlights of the palace include the scenographic Royal Staircase, the Palatine Chapel with its beautifully painted vaults, the Royal Apartments and a library with over 10,000 volumes. The palace is surrounded by a beautiful Versailles-inspired park covering an area of 120 acres dotted with wide avenues, mythological statues, fountains and even a waterfall.<br><br>Meeting with the guide in Caserta
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The Palazzo Reale has numerous gems, not withstanding this pearl. Its decorated with paper-machete sculpture. It was the court theatre built to honour Maris Carolina of Hapsburg’s wedding to Ferdinant lV
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This is not always open when the palace is open, so if you want to see it check the opening times. It is amazing that this was built inside what was essentially a private home/palace and is therefore relatively small but still very impressive.
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Recently re-opened to the public, it is an amazing part of the Reggia building. Definitely not to miss if one has the chance to be there on the weekend (when it is open).
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