Residences of the Royal House of Savoy
The charme of the past
Declared in 1997 World Heritage Site by UNESCO, they are the pride of the region, that takes cares of making them always more attractive for visitors.
Built around the XVIII century, they are a precious artistic, historical and architectural inheritance. The most important architects of the time, from Guarini to Juvarra, from Castellamonte to Pelagi, contributed to create the great buildings that hosted the Savoy during the hunting or the holidays.
Visiting the Royal Residences will allow you to discover masterpieces like Palazzo Reale, Palazzo Madama and Palazzo Carignano and to enjoy Castello del Valentino along Po river.
You will have the opportunity to discover the area around Torino, through Castello di Rivoli and Castello di Racconigi, from Reggia di Venaria to Palazzina di Caccia di Stupinigi, without forgetting the evocative hill of Castello Ducale di Agliè, in the middle of Canavese.
The residence of the Madame Reali di Savoia has a millenary history, reflected by the complexe architectural structure.
The monumental baroque palace where Carlo Alberto and Vittorio Emanuele II where born, and the first Italian Parliament.
The favourite palace of Madama Reale Cristina di Francia, that gave the castle a french architectural style.
The medieval stronghold that became one of the favourites of Carlo Emanuele I.
The magnificient royal palace with the decorated and furnished stairs and the works from the XVII to the XX century.
The elegant hunting house demanded by king Vittorio Amedeo II became later the summer house of the royal family.
Savoy's "Versailles", perfect representation of the monarchy and its grandeur.
A hunting house, renewd in the half of the XIX century by Vittorio Emanuele II.
Carlo felice's favourite house, together with the one of Govone: 300 rooms richly decorated and furnished.
The castles that witnessed the enactment of Vittorio Emanuele II's famous edict, where the royal apartments, still furnished, can be visited.
The castle was renewed by Carlo Alberto with a neogothic style, that transformed it in the first business farm.
The summer house of king Carlo felice, with the magnificient frescoed rooms, surrounded by a beautiful english garden.
The medieval monastery, transformed by Savoy ina hunting house.