How to get here

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Get here with the best transport for you!
By plane

Once landed at the International Airport of Napoli-Capodichino, you can take a coach or a taxi straight to the Royal Palace. Alternatively, you could take a coach/taxi to the Central Station in Naples, then take a train with destination to the Royal Palace of Caserta.

The International Airport in Naples is about 26 km from the Royal Palace.
By train

Arrive at the Central Train Station in Naples by regional or high-speed train, then take a direct train to Caserta.

If you take a high-speed train, you could also get off at Naples-Afragola Station, then proceed with a direct bus to Caserta.

You can also get to the Royal Palace of Caserta with Reggia Express, the historic train departing from Central Train Station in Naples on selected dates. Click here for the timetable.

Caserta Train station is located in front of the Royal Palace of Caserta. Exit the station from Piazza Carlo di Borbone side and cross the square to reach us.

Caserta Train station is located in front of the Royal Palace of Caserta. Exit the station from Piazza Carlo di Borbone side and cross the square to reach us.
By ferry

If you arrive by sea, once at the Port of Naples take a direct bus to Caserta. The stop is located in Via Francesco De Pretis, 127. Alternatively, leave the port continuing towards Piazza Municipio; here take the subway at the “Municipio” stop, on “Garibaldi” direction. Get off at the terminus and go up to the top floor of Naples Central Station, then take a direct train to Caserta.

The Port of Naples is about 33 km from the Royal Palace.
By bus

You can also reach us by bus, using one of the public or private lines available.

Get off at the “Caserta – Stazione FS” stop. Then just cross Piazza Carlo di Borbone, the square in front of the Royal Palace of Caserta.

If the Caserta – Stazione FS stop is not available, get off at the “Caserta – Casagiove” stop, not far from the Caserta Nord junction, on the Via Nazionale Appia. From there continue towards Caserta for about 2 km: you will find the Royal Palace of Caserta on your left.

If you are already in Naples, take a regional bus to reach Caserta and get off at the last stop, Stazione FS - Reggia di Caserta.
By car

Take the A1 motorway and exit at Caserta Nord. Proceed following the signs for Caserta. If you arrive via the A30 motorway, exit at Caserta Sud, then follow the signs for Caserta.Once in the city you will find numerous paid parking lots, both public and private (manned and / or covered).

If you arrive by camper van, we recommend that you take advantage of the camper stop in the Bosco di San Silvestro (San Silvestro Wood), part of the Royal Palace of Caserta.
By bicycle

Follow the signs to get to the Royal Palace of Caserta and enter by bicycle from the entrance to Corso Pietro Giannone, the only access allowed for bicycles.

By walk

The Royal Palace of Caserta is in the heart of the city. You can access the Vanvitellian Complex from Piazza Carlo di Borbone, the square in front of Caserta Station, and from Corso Pietro Giannone, one of the main streets in the city.

Pick the entrance according to the type of tour you are choosing. If you want to visit the Royal Palace, the Royal Park and the English Garden, do access from Piazza Carlo di Borbone (remember that this access is mandatory for ArteCard holders). If you prefer to visit the Royal Park and the English Garden only, then enter from Corso Pietro Giannone, 5.
Reggia Express

Reggia Express is the service that allows you to arrive at the Royal Palace of Caserta on board of a historic train of the FS Foundation. With Reggia Express it is possible to go back in time and make the Naples-Caserta route on a locomotive equipped with carriages from the Centoporte and Corbellini workshops from the 1930s and 1950s.

The promotion of the Royal Palace Express service is part of the Royal Palace’s commitment to supporting slow tourism and sustainable mobility, in line with the objectives of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development of the United Nations Organization.

24 km route, over 70 years of history of the Italian Railway.
This site is registered on wpml.org as a development site.