It's interesting, in special the armory and the arts, but you shouldn't be too excited about this place...
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From the grand entrance to the gardens nothing could be grander in Turin. Each room has something different to see and the views out the windows(go ahead and peak on the side by moving the shade) shows either the garden which you can tour or...More
In the Royal Palace of Turin there are rooms decorated with paintings, gildings and carvings, it is a really beautiful place to see if you are in this city. If you have time you can see all the complex of the Royal Museums, unfortunately we...More
We have visited royal palaces in many cities but this one was really one of the best, beautiful, extravagant but elegant with none of the ostentationess of Versailles. Most of the furnishings are the originals, not a collection from all over the place. The Dukes...More
The ticket gives access to all the buildings of the Royal Palace, except the Library (additional 5 Euro). The Palace itself is impressive and very well preserved. Next to it one can visit the Royal Army with an amazing collection. Honestly, my husband and I...More
This museum is very well laid out and has an incredible art collection. My wife, and art history aficionado, loved the place. I loved the armory. It was an incredible display of the weaponry and armor from the Middle Ages (and older?) to the advent...More
This is a fascinating example of how ordinary people were exploited in order to create playthings of the rich despots in the past. It was a product of its time. However, it is impossible to deny that this is a palace filled with masterpieces of...More