Casina Vanvitelliana, what to see
Visiting the Casina Vanvitelliana means taking a romantic stroll along Lake Fusaro until you reach the Casina Vanvitelliana, built in 1782 at the behest of Ferdinand IV of Bourbon to a design by Carlo Vanvitelli, after whom it is named.
The casina in question is an extremely striking construction that stands right in the center of the lake.
A house that was born to be conceived as a hunting lodge unless it later became a refuge for King Ferdinand of Bourbon.
A real jewel nestled on the lake, in an evocative setting that becomes even more magical at sunset.
The Casina Vanvitelliana is one of the places to visit, a stop on an itinerary that starts from Naples given its location, in the municipality of Bacoli on the outskirts of the Neapolitan city.
An evocative, postcard-perfect panorama in a volcanic area along the western slope of the Campi Flegrei, ideal for a tour of the most striking places on the outskirts of Naples.