One of the most original buildings in Baroque, it was designed by Guarino Guarini in 1679. It is a symbolic place in the history of Savoy and the Italian Risorgimento: as well as being the birthplace of Carlo Alberto and Vittorio Emanuele II, it was the site of the Sub-Alpine Parliament and the first Parliament of Italy. Since 1878, the rooms on the piano nobile have accommodated the National Museum of the Risorgimento which was recently renovated for the 150th anniversary celebrations of the Unification of Italy. Technical details: the palace is in the historic centre of Turin. It has 4 conference rooms that can be used for gala dinners and cocktail parties – 700 sqm, 200 sqm, 130 sqm and 120 sqm – which can hold 300, 170, 120 people each (theatre style). There is also 100 sqm in the atrium with the monumental staircase for 100 people at cocktails.
Construction Year: 1679

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Languages spoken by staff: FRENCH, ENGLISH, ITALIAN, GERMAN
Distance from airport in kilometres: 16,0
Distance from motorway turn-off in kilometres: 4,0
Distance from railway station in kilometres: 1,0
Internal conference areas available
Total Number of Rooms: 4
Total Capacity of the Rooms: 710
Maximum number of seats in the largest room: 300