Activities for a Rainy Day in Caserta

What to Do in Caserta When it Rains

Best Activities for a Rainy Day in Caserta

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  • Eli B
    Sydney, Australia3,697 contributions
    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
    Written August 19, 2019
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  • rmitgoteam
    Naples, FL942 contributions
    Not sure what to make of this site. The royal residence building is rundown with the lower part below the main stairs suffering from broken windows, lots of trash, and spray painting. To us, this grand building looked closed to the public. Nearby are a series of other buildings one of which contains a silk museum. We didn’t go inside. The best part of our visit here were the numerous photo opportunities. We enjoyed this very much. But we can’t understand how a UNESCO site is allowed to deteriorate like the main building here. Very puzzling.
    Written October 12, 2019
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  • 88annettes
    Randburg, South Africa110 contributions
    Calm peaceful church, with a couple of areas to explore. FREE access, one of the few in Italy! You can receive a blessing here if you would like. Definitely worth a visit!
    Written April 5, 2018
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  • apis42
    Edinburgh, UK248 contributions
    church close to the station interesting for the statue od St. Anne whose height is the double of Mary's since she is identified as a "giantess".
    Written October 3, 2018
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  • Linda D
    10 contributions
    Drove from quite a distance to visit the complex. Consulted their website before our visit. It stated (at the time of o re-open between 15.30 and 17.00. We had a two and a half hour wait for it to re-open. I did inform the staff with regards the error on their website and was informed that there was nothing that could be done. My advice is that one should telephone before visiting just to be sure of opening times.
    Written September 16, 2020
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  • Kaushik B
    New Delhi, India179 contributions
    The Caserta Planetarium is an educational structure of the Municipality of Caserta realized within the URBAN II program, with the contribution of the EU and open to the public since December 2008.
    Written March 29, 2019
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  • apis42
    Edinburgh, UK248 contributions
    After visiting the "Reggia", the first interesting monument found, on your way to the center of the town, is XVth Century St. Augustin's Convent with its quite, elegant and shadowed "chiostro" (cloister).
    In the church paintings of Domenico Mondo and Antonio Dominici
    Written October 10, 2018
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  • Alessandro M
    Loano, Italy164 contributions
    If you are in Caserta, it is definitely worth to drive up the hill and then, after parking at the entrance of the old town, take a nice walk to the center of the Old Caserta. You will walk in narrow and cozy streets, till you get to the central square with its Dome.
    The atmosphere and the site will offer relaxation to your heart and brain, and a view to remember.
    Do not forget to take a look at the wonderful view of the Gulf of Naples!
    Written August 13, 2019
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  • apis42
    Edinburgh, UK248 contributions
    small and well preserved chapel near the large parking area of Caserta vecchia. always closed but from the gates are visible some frescoes of saints.
    Written October 3, 2018
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