A  beautiful country like Itlay needs no exchange of formalities as it is a top priority holiday destination for travellers due to its diversified tourist attractions. Those with a knack for history visit the Roman remnants of the Colosseum, Parthenon and Roman Forum. The romantics can have their share of fun by taking a trip to the charming and undulating landscapes of Tuscany and Venice.

Italy is a treasure chest of art, architecture, amazing cathedrals and fable-like castles and palaces. It has a magnificent spectrum of natural wonders to extraordinary masterpieces of art about which the world has known. One such hidden gem of Italy is the city of Caserta which is situated 36 kilometres north of Naples.

With your Reggia di Caserta Tickets visit this royal residence of Bourbon Kings of Sicily and Naples which matches in opulence and grandeur with the Palace of Versailles. Palazzo Pitti or Pitti Palace in Florence is the largest palace located on the banks of the Arno River and is known for its beautiful gardens, and high vaulted windows and has a Costume Gallery along with a Porcelain and Silver Museum.

Palazzo Medici Riccardi is an Italian palace which was designed for the imminent Italian banking family as it houses the Medici Museum and showcases the renowned painting” Madonna and Child “.

Trip to Gorgeous Italian Palaces

Trip to Gorgeous Italian Palaces
Trip to Gorgeous Italian Palaces

Reggia di Caserta

Plan Your Visit to Reggi di Caserta and get a spellbinding experience. Located in southern Itlay and constructed on the desire of Charles III of Bourbon and Two Siclies is the Royal Palace of Caserta or more formally known as Reggia di Caserta. It was designed by architect Luigi Vanvitelli and served as the main residence of the monarchs of Naples.

The palace is the largest residential palace in Europe which has around five floors with 1,200 rooms,34 staircases, and 1026 fireplaces along with a library and a theatre that was inspired by the Teatro San Carlo of Naples. Out of all royal residences modelled or inspired by the Palace of Versailles, the Reggia of Caserta has a striking similarity. The garden at Reggia is a fine example of a Baroque form of design with a botanical garden called the English Garden that was designed by Carlo Vanvitelli in 1780.

There are five fountains which fill the Vasca or the basin and many figures were designed by Gaetano Salomone for the gardens at the palace. In 1997 it was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Royal Palace of Naples

Proceed towards the Royal Palace of Naples with your Reggia Caaserta Tickets. Located in southern Italy in central Naples is the Royal Palace of Naples. The palace was one of the four residences others being the Cpodimonte  Palace, Royal Palace of Caserta and Royal Palace of Portici. which were used by the House of Bourbon during their reign of the Kingdom of Naples from 1735-1816 and later it became the residence of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies from 1816-1861.

The construction of the Palazzo Reale began in 1600 and has undergone many restorations and additions over the centuries. The palace is located in the Piazza del Plebiscito which is the largest square of Naples. It is filled with old treasures like marble stucco, paintings, furniture and paintings which tell the stories of its erstwhile inhabitants. The main entrance to Royal Palace can be accessed by Piazza del Plebiscito as the exterior of the palace appears quite plain and simple with just eight statues representing the kings of Naples.

However, the interior of the palace is splendid starting with the staircase at the entrance which leads to the court theatre followed by the Throne Room and the Royal apartments.

Doge’s Palace

 The catalogue raisonne of Plan Your Visit to Reggia di Caserta leads you towards Doge’s Palace. Doge’s Palace is one of the iconic landmarks of Venice in northern Italy. It was the official residence of the Doge of Venice who was the ultimate authority of the former Republic of Venice.

The palace was built in 1340 and had continuous renovations and modifications with the changing times. Doge’s Palace is an ideal example and masterpiece of Gothic architecture. Doge’s Palace or Palazzo Ducale in Italian is located in Piazza San Marco which is the city’s main public square and was called by Napolean “The World’s most beautiful drawing room“.

The facade of the castle has different layers of architectural influences including Gothic, Renaissance and Byzantine as the building sheathes paintings by renowned Italian artists like Bellini, Titian and Tintoretto. Visit the Maggior Consiglio hall where thousands of people voted to determine the future of Serenissima is decked with the largest painting titled ‘Paradise “by Tintoretto.

The visit to the palace finishes at the Dungeons where the visitors get to see the prisoner’s cells and Pozzi -the humid wells. The legend has it Giacomo Casanova the famous lover of Venice was the only one to escape the prison of Doge’s Palace.


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