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Should you ever visit Turin, I highly recommend this place. The entry fee is modest and you will be taken on a tour. It has unique artifacts, rooms, and a lovely garden. If you're not into visiting it, at least take a tour around it...More
This castle has a huge gated courtyard to it's front and beautiful four cornered turrets in french antique style architecture with numerous windows and monuments on the building facade. Inside all of the rooms are breathtaking with murals, paintings with gold leaf frames, and ceilings...More
This "castle " from the outside is beautiful but it isn't open but every third Saturday of the month which isn't enough to plan your whole holiday around. The park surrounding the castle is pretty but the area is filled with graffiti and scary people....More
Built in 'French Style' looks more like a Grand Chateau. I believe it is open some Saturdays for guided tours . We only saw it from the 'Open Top Bus'.
Situated in the park of the same name on the banks of the River Po.
Castello del Valentino is located in Parco del Valentino by the River Po, originally built at the start of the sixteenth century. When Princess Christine of France, the first regent in the Savoy State took over the residence in 1620 and she extensively renovated, rebuilding...More
We arrived in Turin Saturday morning.
Since I knew that it only opens 1st & 3rd Saturday of the month, we headed there as soon as we arrived at the hotel.
We were told that we couldn't go in because we didn't have online booking....More