A Day At The Reggia

Elegant squares, iconic companies, porticoes which house shops and cafes, the bianconeri football club stadium and, of course, royal residences are what  the beautiful city of the Alps, Turin, is renowned for.


The first capital of Italy boasts the Regge Sabaude complex, a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1997.


These leisure estates gracefully reveal  the sophisticated history of court life of the local monarchy – the Savoy family.


The Reggia di Venaria Reale on the outskirts of Turin is now open to visitors after a successful project of restoration. It is home to beautiful halls, temporary exhibitions areas, entertainment programmes and events, surrounded by dreamy landscape and the beauty of its magnificent gardens.

The Grand Gallery

Gondola ride on the Pond
Diana’s Arrow, kids’ favourite mini train, largely appreciated by adults too (especially on a hot summer day), gives you a complete tour of the gardens.





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