After careful restoration, the Villa of the Queen has been reopened to the public. Acting as a dramatic backdrop to the city, it is in the centre of Italianate gardens with pavilions, fountains and agricultural areas once again in production. Begun as the royal hillside vineyard of cardinal Maurice and the princess Ludovica, it was the residence of duchesses, princesses and queens of the House of Savoy up until the 19th century. Technical details: located near the city centre, the royal residence can hold events for 90 participants in its meeting room and cocktails in its court and garden up to 200 pax from May to September
Construction Year: 1615
Strada Comunale Santa Margherita, 79, 10131 Torino (TO)

45.058062065358, 7.7080893516541

Languages spoken by staff: ENGLISH, ITALIAN
Distance from airport in kilometres: 22,0
Distance from motorway turn-off in kilometres: 10,0
Distance from railway station in kilometres: 3,0
Distance from town centre : 3
Internal conference areas available
Total Number of Rooms: 1
Total Capacity of the Rooms: 90
Maximum number of seats in the largest room: 90