The ticket costs €18.
Stretching along a 60-hectare garden, Venaria Reale is a majestic complex on the outskirts of Turin. Declared a UNESCO heritage site in 1997, the Royal Palace was commissioned between 1658 and 1679 by Duke Carlo Emanuele II as a base for his hunting expeditions.
Stroll across the majestic rooms of the Royal Palace and immerse yourself into the fascinating world of Baroque architecture: appreciate the solemnity of the Great Gallery and the Hall of Diana and explore the beauty of Saint Hubert Chapel. After admiring the sumptuous decoration, continue your visit with a stroll through the well-kept Italian gardens.