Building began in the 16th century and then Christine of France, wife of Vittorio Amedeo I, had it transformed and extended by Carlo and Amedeo di Castellamonte, (1620-1660): the French taste of the Madame Royale can be seen in the pitch of the roofs. It is now used as an annex to the Turin Polytechnic for the Faculty of Architecture. Technical details: just 2km from the centre of the city, in the midst of the splendid setting of Valentino Park, the castle has 7 rooms available. The main ones – the Salone d'Onore and the Sala delle Colonne, can seat 100 (theatre style) and 120 (buffet) respectively.
Construction Year: 1564
Viale Mattioli, 39, 10125 Torino (TO)

45.054348361705, 7.6861810684204

Languages spoken by staff: ENGLISH, ITALIAN
Distance from airport in kilometres: 18,0
Distance from motorway turn-off in kilometres: 9,0
Distance from railway station in kilometres: 2,0
Distance from town centre : 2
Internal conference areas available
Total Number of Rooms: 6
Total Capacity of the Rooms: 356
Maximum number of seats in the largest room: 100