Caserta is the capital of the province of Caserta in the Campania region. Caserta’s main attraction is its Royal Palace, known as the Italian Versailles, constructed for the Bourbon king of Naples and Sicily Charles III in the mid-18th century. Together with the Aqueduct of Vanvitelli and the San Leucio complex, built for the production of silk, the Royal Palace of Caserta is included in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Tourist attractions of the historic and artistic heritage of Caserta also comprise the mediaval “Caserta Vecchia” village and the second largest Roman amphitheater after Rome’s Colosseo in Santa Maria Capua Vetere.
How to reach the Congress Venue in Caserta
By train: 600 m / 5 min from the train station of Caserta
By car: 2 Km / 7 min from the Caserta Nord highway exit
By airplane: 30 Km / 40 min from the International airport of Capodichino