What do you know about Italian history? To be honest if you aren’t a history buff you won’t be familiar with the Caserta Palace (or Reggia di Caserto in Italian.) So here’s a quick overview of the basic facts.
The Royal Palace of Caserta is the former royal residence in Caserta in Southern Italy, it was constructed for the Bourbon kings of Naples in the Baroque styled architecture of the era. It was the largest palace and also one of the largest buildings erected in Europe during the 18th century and clearly one of the most beautiful in Italy.
Palaces bring about a sense of regal glory to the area providing a historic insight in to the beauty of a great era in Italian history full or art and music. The palace captures the sense of an 18th century Italy greatly with a majestic and cultural feel that will leave even the most amateur historians quaking for a closer insight into Italian History.
The gardens in the picture below are only a glimpse of the beauty of the palace and its grounds of course they are open to the public and fantastic day trip in Southern Italy.