Gorgeous variety of rooms. Really impressive armory. The ticket also gives you a pass to the museum near: Galleria Sabuda- don't miss it. great collection of famous painters!
House of Savoy history. It's a tour of the royal rooms through time so it's a bit like visiting a National Trust property. This can be got into for free if buying a Turin pass from the tourist office. Same with Mole Antonelli.
The walk through and the presentation of the royal apartments was very well done. Unfortunately, there was no audio guide but the placards in each room gave enough information for a good overview. The armor and weapon collection was world class with much attention to detail....I was sad to see that it was badly in need of dusting....and the place... More
Went in the Palace which the entrance is normal as there is a garden in the middle.No person or anything was displayed that we have to pay the entry fee. As soon as we went upstairs no one was there, some tourists were taking photos although in Italian there is labels not to take any photo. Once upstairs we entered... More
You have to visit the Palace and it was interesting but the gardens were closed for renovation and the kitchens were closed because- 'well we only open them every so often' Cafe in a lovely position but pricy
Over the top extravagance. So many different rooms for different occasions but my favourite was the armory which is one of the last rooms. So many different weapons from over time and they even had real stuffed horses posing with their armor amongst all the weapons and chain male. Very cool!
You walk in and its what you expect a palace to be.brocade paintings chandleries and more. Make sure you have time to read the lengthy but informative plaques. They do make the opulence a wow factor. We are a family of 4 with children 6and 7 years of age and this one they enjoyed. The armoury was amazing too although... More
A good insight into how the upper classes lived. Really lovely to see the original wall papers, tapestries and of course the furniture. The art work is superb . Excellent value for money as the entry fee includes the Roman remains next door too.
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