Construction was begun in 1646 by the Madame Royale Christine of France, wife of the Duke Vittorio Amedeo I, and it went on to become the sumptuous official residence of the dukes and then the kings of Savoy. In the reception rooms and the private apartments, the frescoed ceilings, the paintings, the precious tapestries, the inlaid furniture and the porcelain all reveal how tastes changed from the 1600s to the 19th century, under the guidance of the court architects ranging from Juvarra and Alfieri to Palagi. Technical details: located in the heart of Turin, the Palace accommodates meetings for 220 participants in the Salone degli Svizzeri (in theatre style)
Construction Year: 1646
Piazzetta Reale, 1, 10122 Torino (TO)

45.0729041, 7.6861443

Languages spoken by staff: ENGLISH, ITALIAN
Distance from airport in kilometres: 16,0
Distance from motorway turn-off in kilometres: 6,0
Distance from railway station in kilometres: 1,4
Internal conference areas available
Total Number of Rooms: 1
Total Capacity of the Rooms: 220
Maximum number of seats in the largest room: 220