Enjoy a day trip to visit the beautiful Reggia of Caserta, plus a delicious lunch at a local restaurant or pizzeria! We provide transportation by a high speed train from Rome to the tour location.
- Adult Ages 18 - 64
- Senior Ages 65 - 99
- Child Ages 6 - 17
- Infant Ages 0 - 5
Garden of Ninfa and Sermoneta Day Trip from Rome
- Duration: 10 hours
- Start Time: 8.00
- Languages: English and German
- Group: Small group of 25 people or fewer
- Professional expert local guide
- Guided walking tour of Ninfa Gardens and Castel of Sermoneta
- Admission fees
- Lunch (set menu)
- Transport by a local train and by minivan
- Instant confirmation
Take a memorable journey to Italy’s celebrated Garden of Ninfa, a breathtaking natural monument, and explore the medieval hilltop town of Sermoneta during this enriching guided tour. A delicious lunch served at a local restaurant completes your experience.
Meet your guide at centrally located meeting point in Rome. Enjoy a short train ride with the help of our hostess and reach Sermoneta, one of the best preserved medieval towns in Italy. Sermoneta features a 13th-century Romanesque cathedral called Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta and an enormous castle which we will visit. The town’s surrounding walls and stunning Baroque architecture make it look like something from a fairy tale.
After exploring the castle, head to a lovely local restaurant and sit down for a delicious lunch (set menu) featuring typical Italian dishes. With a full belly, settle into a comfortable van for a ride to the Garden of Ninfa, which is said to be the most romantic garden in the world. This 260-acre (105-ha) garden is filled with shadowy medieval ruins overgrown by thick, exotic plant life and grassy meadows all around. Marvel at rambling roses growing over tall stone walls and trickling waterways throughout this otherworldly pocket of nature.
Your day ends with a relaxing train drive back to the meeting point.
- 48 hours cancellation policy
- Not wheelchair accessible
- No hotel pick-up
- This tour goes with a minimum of six partecipants