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$125.13 Transfers & Ground Transport

Southern Italy Hotels to Rome Private Departure Transfer

Whether you’re traveling individually, as a couple or in a group, your ground transport needs are covered by this private airport transport service from your hotel in Naples, Sorrento, or on the Amalfi Coast (Positano, Ravello and Caserta) to your central Rome hotel or Fiumicino Airport. When your vacation in Italy’s southern Campania region is over, simply meet your driver at your hotel at a prearranged time. Then, settle into your comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle and head straight to Rome.When making a booking, you will need to advise your flight details or Rome hotel details as well as your Naples, Sorrento or Amalfi Coast hotel accommodation details. Your transfer will be confirmed instantaneously and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver. Approximately 24 - 48 hours prior to your departure from southern Italy, you will be required to reconfirm exact pickup time and place (the contact number will be provided on your travel voucher).Price shown is per person, based on 8 adults per car/vehicle.

$104.27 Day Trips & Excursions

Palace of Caserta and La Reggia Shopping Trip from Naples

Depart your Naples hotel in the morning and travel on a luxury coach to Caserta, around 40 minutes away.Hop off at the majestic Palace of Caserta, a UNESCO-listed complex that was once the home of the Bourbon royal family. It was built in the 18th century and inspired by the Palace of Versailles. Pay a fee to enter and explore it opulent rooms and vast landscaped gardens. You can also rent an audio guide to hear more about the construction of this extravagant palace.For lunch, head to the nearby La Reggia Designer Outlet, one of Naples’ top shopping outlets. Sit down for lunch in an on-site restaurant, where you can munch on pizza and quench your thirst with a soft drink, and either a coffee or tea. While in the restaurant, watch a short demonstration on how an authentic Neapolitan pizza is cooked.Afterward, you’re free to spend the afternoon exploring the mall at your leisure. Walk from one shop to the next, searching the rails for the best bargains. Look out for familiar fashion labels being sold at a discount including Armani, Prada, Cavalli and Michael Kors. You’ll have been provided with discount vouchers, which you can use to make even more savings.Come late afternoon, settle back onto the bus for the return journey to Naples, where you’ll be dropped off back at your hotel.

$139.03 Shore Excursions

Shore excursion from Naples: Caserta Royal Palace

After be picked up from the cruiser terminal, you will be traspoted by your driver t the biggest royal castle in the world. The Caserta royal castle was builted in 1753 and is structured in many rooms and many gardens. Its Royal Park combines the tradition of the Italian Renaissance garden with the solutions introduced at Versailles. Leaving the Royal Palace, the gardens have large parterres separated by a central avenue that leads up to the Margherita Fountain, surrounded by groves positioned like an amphitheater. Then there is the English Garden, which emulates in all respects nature in its waterways, in the ponds, in the ruins according to the fashion linked to the discovery of Pompeii, and in the many tropical plants.The Royal Palace of Caserta attracts the interest of many tourists and in the whole of 2017 recorded 838,654 visits.The visit will amaze you. After the royal castle you will be escorted back to the ship to get on board in time.

$1050.84 Day Trips & Excursions

Royal Palace of Caserta and Monte Cassino Abbey

The magnificent Royal Palace of Caserta is the largest royal residence erected in Europa during the 18th century. It was designed and built to be the core of a new capital city for the kingdom of Naples. Even before ascending to the throne in 1734, king Charles of Bourbon wanted to realize an administrative centre as an alternative to the city of Naples. Naples, because located on the sea, it was at risk of invasion by the enemy fleets. For the project of the new palace the feud of Caserta was the perfect solution because only 12 Km north from Naples and away from the sea. In 1750 the king committed to the architect Luigi Vanvitelli the project for the new palace which the project was inspired from the Royal Palace of Versailles. The works started only two years later, on January 1752. Unfortunately, 7 years later (in 1759) king Charles abdicated from the throne of Naples to become King the of Spain as Charles III of Bourbon. The new King of Naples was then Ferdinand IV son of Charles. In 1773 Luigi Vanvitelli died and the works stopped for 4 years. In 1777 his son Carlo, (new director of the works) showed to king Ferdinand a new project that was a simplified version of his father design. The change of project was due to economic difficulty and then the needs to complete the works quickly. The works of the palace ended around 1820.Riyal Palace of Caserta is closed on Tuesday  One hour drive north of Caserta we will reach the Benedict Abbey of Monte Cassino. Located at the top of a hill, the famous Abbey of Monte Cassino commands spectacular views over the city of Cassino and Montelungo valley. The Abbey was founded in 529BC by St. Benedict and was looked upon as a place of holiness, culture and art for which it became renowned on a world-wide level. During the centuries it has been destroyed and rebuilt several times.  The most recent and infamous destruction was on February 14th 1944 during the battle of Monte Cassino in World War Two.  Because of it's strategic position it was occupied by the German forces and used as a vantage point to attack the Allied forces advancing from the South of Italy along route 6. The battle for Monte Cassino (Nov 43 to April 44) was one of of the bloodiest battles of the Italian Campaign. After the war the Abbey was completely rebuilt as it was before. Upon leaving the Abbey we drive down to the city of Cassino where we can visit the Commonwealth War Cemetery or the museum called Historiale.In the Commonwealth War Cemetery are buried many of the soldiers who fell in the battle of Cassino.The HISTORIALE museum has been created to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the battle of Monte Cassino and to honor the victims of all the nationalities that lost their life for peace and freedom.

$378.86 Transfers & Ground Transport

Private Round-Trip Royal Palace of Caserta from Amalfi Coast

Enjoying this tour you will have the chance to visit the famous Royal Palace of Caserta, traveling in a very confortable way, thanks to our Mercedes vehicles. A professional English speaking driver will pick you up in the morning from your accommodation or from the nearest meeting point and then he will drive you to Caserta. Once arrived to the Royal Residence you will have four hours to visit the majestic palace with his amazing decorations and the fascinating gardens with the charming monuments. At the end of the day you will be driven you back to your accommodation or to starting point.

$225.92 Cultural & Theme Tours

Caserta Royal Palace private walking tour

- Explore some of the 1,200 rooms of the Palace of Caserta- In the atrium of the main building you will find a majestic staircase of 116 steps and marble statues that lead to the upper vestibule and the Palatine Chapel, with its vaulted ceilings and gilded rosettes.- Look at the royal apartments, decorated in a mix of Rococo and Neoclassic styles, and learn how the best painters contributed to create the highest decoration of 18th-century Italy.- Look the Murat's apartment, court theater, and more.- At the end of the visit of the palace the guide will introduce you at the walk of the beautiful landscaped gardens.