This ticket allows entry to all the palace buildings, except the library (extra 5 euros). The palace itself is impressive and well preserved. Next to it, you can visit the amazing collections of the Royal Army. To be honest, my husband and I only like these two buildings because we found the other parts to be rather monotonous.
The Royal Palace of Turin is pretty good. It used to be a royal building. The palace has a history of hundreds of years. The interior decoration here is also very distinctive. There are many things and many large-scale works of art.
The palace is not very famous compared to other palaces, but it is also a representative attraction in Turin, although the palace is not big, but very large, it is worth a visit to fully appreciate the luxury life of the royal nobles at that time.
The Royal Palace of Turin. I just wanted to just drop by. After all, this place is not as famous as Versailles, but I did not expect that the gorgeousness here is beyond my imagination. Every room seems to be trying to match gold with various other colors. Even the interior part feels more gorgeous than Versailles, perhaps because gold is used more and the flow of people is not as dense as Versailles.
The Royal Palace of Turin is in the northeast of Piazza San Carlo, and you can reach it on foot along the Via Roma road. The palace starts selling tickets at 8:30. When the door opens at 30:30, go to the ticket office to buy tickets. The price is 12 Euros. The inside of the palace is open at 9 o'clock. Before opening the door, you can first go to the garden behind the palace. The garden is covered by greenery and there is a small fountain in the middle. It is not luxurious, but rather rustic. By 9 o'clock, a large number of tourists had gathered at the entrance of the palace. The staff waited until about 9:10 to open the door in a hurry and gave a bad comment to the staff who were not on time. The Royal Palace of Turin is also called the Royal Palace of Savo, and it has always been the residence of the Duke of Savo, the King of Italy and other princes and nobles. The architectural style of the palace is luxurious. Each room is decorated according to the taste of the nobles of the Savoy dynasty. There are many clocks and watches, porcelain, silverware and various ancient furniture. Especially the knights, horses, guns, etc. in the weapon exhibition hall are very gorgeous, the horses are lifelike, and it feels like specimen making. After the unification of Italy in 1862, Dominique Ferry built a majestic "Ladder of Honor" on the basis of maintaining the same architectural style as other architectural styles of the Turin Royal Palace to commemorate the unification of the Italian territory. At this time, the capital of Italy had moved from Turin to Florence, and then to Rome. In the process, the role of the Royal Palace of Turin as a "palace" gradually weakened, and then gradually became a museum and opened to the public.
The Royal Palace of Turin is not very eye-catching in appearance but the interior is extremely luxurious, and there are many rooms that can be visited. The tickets for six euros are worthwhile. The throne room inside is very good. The gallery of weapons is also very gorgeous. There is a library on the first floor for free. Visit.
From the 12th century to the 19th century, Turin was the capital of the Savoy dynasty, so the palace contains a lot of evidence of the noble lifestyle at that time. The architectural style of the palace is luxurious. Each room is decorated according to the taste of the nobles of the Savoy dynasty. There are many clocks and watches, porcelain, silverware and various ancient furniture. The royal armory under the porch of the palace door also contains a large number of 16th and 17th century weapons.