It has been defined “the Italian Versailles” or “the small Versailles”. The Palace of Venaria is a must-see stop when you decide to visit the Turin and surroundings.
Built in the second half of the XVI century by Charles Emmanuel II, Duke of Savoy, the Palace of Venaria, it is today being restored to bring it back to its former glory. The Palace of Venaria is, with Versailles and the Palace of Caserta, among the largest regal residences in the world.
Discover for yourself why it has been included in the World Heritage list by UNESCO!
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