The Royal Palace of Caserta is a historic residence that belonged to the royal dynasty of the Borbone family of Naples. It was designed by the architect Luigi Vanvitelli and was completed in 1845. In the 1997 has been recognized as World Heritage by UNESCO. In addition to the Royal Palace, considered the last great art-work of the Italian Baroque, the Palace also includes the great Royal Park, with the Italian and English gardens.
Near Caserta and Capua, the ancient capital of the Campania region, you can find Tenuta San Domenico, a period residence of the eighteenth century: 7 comfortable suites, flower park, restaurant and rooms for weddings, receptions and meetings.
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