Caserta Tour

Tour Prices (prices are per car)


1-2 Pass.:
€ 200
3-4 Pass.:
€ 250
5-8 Pass.:
€ 300
9-16 Pass.:
€ 800

Caserta8 hours tour

Departure Details January - December

Departure time
08:00 AM
Place of departure
Hotel/Port/Airport

Details ReturnJanuary - December

Return Time
16:00 PM
Place Return
Hotel/Port/Airport

Historical Notes

One of the most fascinating places in recent history, full of riches and architectural jewels.

The name Caserta derives from the Latin House Irta, toponimo that is made to derive from the circumstance that the ancient urban (the actual Casertavecchia) center rose, during the Middle Ages and up to the XVIII century, in elevated position in comparison to the surrounding lowland. The city of Caserta has ancient and uncertain origins; the area on which the palace was built does it departs of a natural territory of archaeological importance where etruschi, sanniti and Romans have left testimonies of their presence. The Tour departs dall' entry of the very beautiful one and suntuosissima Palace of Caserta resides of the Borbones in Naples and sublime work of Vanvitelli. You will start visiting the Royal Building rooms and marbles, paintings and tapestries, the beautiful music and the dances of court can still be heard

• Margherita Fountain;
• Vasca e Fontana dei Delfini;
• Vasca e Fontana di Eolo;
• Vasca e Fontana di Cerere;
• Waterfalls and fountain of Venus and Adonis ;
• Fountain of Diana and Actaeon, dominated by the great waterfall.

After the standstill for the lunch in one of the as present restaurants in the zone it is possible to visit the historical center of the city with his/her stupendous shops or on asked for the visit of Caserta Vecchia the medieval suburb that has given the natives to the city.

NOTE

All Tours include: Italian / English language driver, motorway tolls, parking lots, fuel.
Are excluded: museum/excavations entrance tickets, lunch, tips.
Suggestions: Comfortable shoes, sun umbrellas / caps, camera.
The tour will depart from the agreed place, towards Caserta, where you can admire the spledid Reggia designed by Vanvitelli.