Erected by Carlo Bourbon in 1750, the Palace became the centre of the new kingdom of Naples; the project was designed to create a building at the same level of the other major European residences. Construction started in 1752 and ended 7 years later in 1759.
The establishment consists in the Palace, which covers an area of approximately 47,000 m ² and a park which stretches for 3 km long; The Reggia is the world's largest Royal residence for volume.
Next to the Palace are two bodies intersect as a cross that form four extensive courtyards of over 3,800 m ² each and make the Palace a postcard all year long.
Don't miss the opportunity to visit one of the most beautiful sites declared by Unesco a world heritage!