The Royal Palace of Caserta, the unique beauty of the Italian Baroque
The Royal Palace par excellence, a UNESCO heritage site, set in an enchanted park.
Located in Caserta and named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Royal Palace of Caserta is a royal palace par excellence. Designed by Luigi Vanvitelli in the early 1700s, with its 1,200 rooms, it occupies an area of 47,000 square metres and is the largest royal residence in the world by volume. Reggia is composed of the Palazzo Reale, within whose main rooms collections and works of art of varying importance are preserved, including those of the Academy of Fine Arts in Naples, the collections of portraits of the Bourbon Court and the great European Courts and many other works of different origins, such as the Terrae Motus Collection of Contemporary Art. Leaving Reggia, you will find the Royal Park in all its grandeur. With its 120 hectares, it consists mainly of the Italian garden and the English garden, within which you will find picturesque and impressive pools, fountains and waterfalls.