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Reggia di Caserta - operating hours, entrance fees, driving from Rome

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Hello fellow Fodorites!

I'll be in Rome in just about a week and can't wait! I've decided to visit Reggia di Caserta while there. Can anyone tell me how much it costs to get in and when they're open? I've searched the other forums but can't find operating hours or fees. Can anyone help?

Also, has anyone driven there from Rome? Advice on that would be helpful too.

Thanks!

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