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Caserta, city of the Royal Palace in Italy. How to get by plane train


You say Caserta and you immediately think of the Royal Palace.
And it couldn’t be otherwise.
The city of Campania is inextricably linked to the residence commissioned by Charles of Bourbon, one of the most beautiful and majestic in the world.

The city, however, is a place of great history, with a rich artistic and architectural heritage.
A story with ancient origins, dating back to Roman times.

Its historic center is full of suggestive monuments, including the Duomo, Palazzo Reale, the Church of Gesù and, of course, the Royal Palace.
A few kilometers away, some small jewels are just waiting to be admired: the Carolino aqueduct, the Belvedere di San Leucio complex or the amphitheatre.

The short distance from the beautiful Naples also makes it an ideal destination for a “trip out of town” or a simple weekend.

Caserta Italy

Photo ©, Miguel Hermoso Cuesta



Naples-Capodichino international airport is approximately 27km away. The plane is the best solution for arriving from medium/long range distances.
From the airport you can rent a car or use the bus. In the latter case Flixbus guarantees direct connections with Caserta with prices starting from €4.99 per person. The bus journey takes approximately 35 minutes.


The train station is located in the center, a short walk from the Royal Palace.
Naples is an excellent starting point for reaching Caserta by train. The Regional connects the two cities in about 40 minutes, with prices starting from €4 per person.
With the fastest (and most expensive) Intercity it takes around 25 minutes, with tickets starting from €9.

Rome is just an hour from the city, with the fast Frecciarossa Argento connection operated by Trenitalia. Tickets start from €19.90.
By booking in advance you can take advantage of discounts and reductions.


The car allows you to reach your destination in total autonomy. From Naples it takes just over 30 minutes on the motorway. From Rome, about two hours for a total of 200 km.

There are several car parks for those arriving with their own vehicle.
In Carlo III Square there is a multi-storey underground car park, not too expensive and with a good quality/price ratio. The location is excellent, it is open every day from early morning until 9pm.
Not far away, in Via Antonio Vivaldi, the Jolly offers the possibility of parking in Caserta right in the center with cheap and transparent rates. It is open 24 hours a day.
For short stops you can try to find space on the paid blue lines: an almost prohibitive task during weekends and holidays.

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