Reggia di Caserta
A visit of the Royal Palace of Caserta is like traveling back in time and reliving the splendor and greatness of the kingdoms of the 700 and 800. You can go over to the Royal Palace, including the Italian garden, in which there are several fountains and the famous Great Waterfall, and the English garden characterized by dense woods
The royal palace complex, with its gardens approximately 2.5 kilometers long, is the largest in Europe. The palace was completed in 1780, resulting in a huge complex of 1200 rooms and 1790 windows.
The Royal Palace of Caserta was desired by the King of Naples, Charles of Bourbon, who built it to be better or at least equal to Versailles to pomp and beauty.
It is declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO.