1. From Naples: Caserta, Aqueduct and Amphitheater Tour
The Aqueduct of Vanvitelli or Caroline Aqueduct is a 38 km aqueduct that supplied water to the Reggia di Caserta and the San Leucio complex from the foot of the Taburno massif and springs of the Fizzo Contrada, in the territory of Bucciano. The Amphitheatre of Capua was a Roman amphitheatre in the city of Capua, second only to the Colosseum in size and probably the model for it. It may have been the first amphitheatre to be built by the Romans. and was the location of the first and most famous gladiator school. The Royal Estate of Carditello includes a small 18th-century palace once belonging to the Neapolitan Bourbon Monarchy and its surrounding grounds in San Tammaro, a small village in the province of Caserta in the region of Campania. Sant'Angelo in Formis is an abbey in the municipality of Capua in southern Italy. The church, dedicated to St Michael the Archangel, lies on the western slopes of Monte Tifata.