A place of leisure and hunting, this was the favourite spot of the Savoy family for spectacular parties and solemn marriages. Filippo Juvarra designed the exceptional architecture for the sovereign in 1729, styled on the model of contemporary Central European Residences. Reopened to the public after a massive restoration work, the hunting lodge is one of the most extraordinary examples of European architecture of the 17th century. Technical details: situated 10km from the centre of Turin, the residence has two rooms in the Citroniere seating 360 each and also the Sala dei Camini holding 130.
Construction Year: 1733
Piazza Principe Amedeo, 7, 10042 Nichelino (TO)

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Languages spoken by staff: ENGLISH, ITALIAN
Distance from airport in kilometres: 29,0
Distance from motorway turn-off in kilometres: 1,2
Distance from railway station in kilometres: 10,0
Distance from town centre : 10
Internal conference areas available
Total Number of Rooms: 3
Total Capacity of the Rooms: 850
Maximum number of seats in the largest room: 360