Duration: 9 hours (from 8:00am until 5:00pm) Places you will visit: Caserta
The Caserta and Naples tour will last about 9 hours trip (from 8am until 5pm) and is available from the Sorrento and Positano Hotels. Please note well that this tour is not available every Tuesday because the Royal Palace of Caserta and the National Archeological Museum are weekly closed.

Discover the grandeur of the Royal Palace of Caserta and its magnificent gardens, followed by the highlights of Naples on this tour.

Starting from your Sorrento or Positano hotel at 8 AM, the first stop will be at the Royal Palace of Caserta. Built in the 18th century for the Bourbon kings of Naples, this massive palace boasts 5 floors, 1200 rooms, two dozen state apartments, and a large library. The park surrounding the palace features an artificial fountain, cascades, and a botanical garden called "The English Garden". You will have 3 hours to explore the site on your own or with an official licensed guide.

Next, head to the city of Naples, the capital of Campania and the 3rd largest city in Italy. Take in the stunning views from the hillside of the Mergellina Port, stop for a delicious Pizza Lunch in front of the Castle Dell'Ovo, and stroll through the bustling Piazza Plebiscito, home to the Royal Palace of Naples, the famous Theatre San Carlo, and the Galleria Umberto I. If time allows, visit the National Archeological Museum to see the preserved artifacts from Pompeii, Herculaneum, and Oplontiis.

This tour concludes at your hotel in the afternoon, around 5 PM.

PAYMENT: We require only CASH payment in Euros at the end of the service.

NOT INCLUDED: lunch, gratuities, entrance fees and the licensed guide in Caserta.

INCLUDED: Taxes, Parking tolls and fuel.

-The entrance fee in the Royal palace of Caserta is 12 Euros (free of charge for under 18 showing a valid ID and the first sunday of each month when only the Gardens entrance will cost 5 Euros per person).

-The entrance fee in the National Archeological Museum is 12 Euros (free of charge for under 18 showing a valid ID and only the first sunday of each month).

-The Royal Palace of Caserta and the National Archeological Museum in Naples are weekly closed every tuesday, on January 1st, Easter monday, on May 1st and on December 25th.

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