Hotel Caserta Antica

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Tiglio Casertavecchia, Caserta, 81020, Italy
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 26% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families70
  • Couples75
  • Solo0
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

Parking for Palazzo Reale

by Brontesurfer

Hi, Can someone help as where on Piazza Carlo III the Municipal car park is located.

Re: Parking for Palazzo Reale

by mccalpin

The municipal car park is under the piazza, i.e., underground. Is that what you are looking for, or are you wanting to know how to enter it?

I haven't found an exact location of the entrance yet, but I did find:
"Con l’auto: Per quelli che provengono dalla A1, uscire alle uscite Caserta Sud o Caserta Nord. Proseguire per Caserta Centro e seguire le indicazioni per il grande (ed economico) Parcheggio sotterraneo di Piazza Carlo III. "
(By car: for those who come by the A1, get off at the Caserta South or Caserta North exits. Go towards Caserta Center and follow the signs for the large (and cheap) underground parking garage at Piazza Carlo III.)

Does that work for you?

Bill

Re: Parking for Palazzo Reale

by blusky

the best way for you is to park car at the underground parking. You can't miss it, once you exit the highway, just go in the direction of the reggia and then in the end of the road you'll have to turn right and you'll have one lane exclusievly for parking. You just need to follow the signs, it's not difficult to find it.

Further Parking for Palazzo Reale

by Brontesurfer

Thanks for the answers Is the entrance near the Caserta railway station. Some friends followed the signs down Via Appia and ended up in an above ground car park in Sottovia Carlo Vanvitelli and got scammed. Does anyone know the actual address of the underground Municipal Car Park near the Palazzo Reale.

Re: Parking for Palazzo Reale

by blusky

Entrance of Palazzo is 5 minutes walk from train station.
The municipal park is situated in Piazza Carlo III.

Re: Parking for Palazzo Reale

by mccalpin

The Sottovia Carlo Vanvitelli is next to the Piazza Carlo III where the underground parking is. Your friends were just about in the right place.

When were your friends there? summer of 2008? I see on YouTube some films complaining about how the underground parking was shut down for a while...perhaps your friends actually drove to the right place but the entrance to the underground parking was closed.

The signs as you get close should say something like "parcheggio sotterraneo" (underground parking) and "Piazza Carlo II" (with maybe "di Bourbon" at the end). Not having been there, I can't be sure, but all the Italian websites describe it the same way...follow the signs off the A1 to the center towards the Reggia, then follow the signs to the underground parking when you get close - and Sottovia Carlo Vanvitelli is close...

blusky, do you have more exact directions from the A1, say, along the SS7, with the exact turns?

Bill

Re: Parking for Palazzo Reale

by blusky

Yes, if you are coming from the Naples then once you exit at Caserta Nord, you'll follow the sign to Caserta and turn left on SS7 and follow the direction of Viale Giulio Douhet and then as you mentioned there will be sign for sottovia Carlo III which will bring you to the underground parking. You can't miss it. As I mentioned earlier, just follow the main road and you'll find it.

Travel Tips for Caserta

Communities (frazioni)

by davecallahan

The villages that make up the district around Caserta are:
Aldifreda
Briano
Casertavecchia... ancient place of public power until the 11th century
Casola
Casolla... my great grandfather's village
Centurano
Ercole
Falciano... former seat of church power (16th century)
Garzano
Mezzano
Pozzovetere
Puccianiello
Sala di Caserta
San Benedetto
San Clemente
Santa Barbara... my great grandmother's village
Staturano
Tredici
Tuoro
Vaccheria

Reggia di Caserta: Pt 4 Gardens Walk- At the end

by suhadis

At the end of this walk, you will come to a spectacular fountain with sculpture works by Paolo Persico, Angelo Brunelli and Pietro Solari, depicting the mythilogical episode of Diana and Actaeon, with the spectacular man made water fountain as the backdrop.

La Reggia of Caserta: A (Huge) Little Known Gem

by iNorv9

Before going to Naples, I had never even heard of the Reggia di Caserta. Now I wonder how anyone could possibly miss such a massive palace and such sprawling palatial gardens.

Only 40 minutes by train from Naples, the Reggia makes a good half-day or day trip away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The sheer scale of the grounds is simply astonishing. And for those still skeptical that such a grand palace could exist so close to Naples, check out my travelogues; the pictures speak for themselves.

The Palace Grounds

The Royal Apartments

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