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The former Italian royal family owned dozens of extravagant mansions and palaces all over Piedmont, where they spent the summer - as in the case of Racconigi - or the winter - as the Royal Palace in Turin. From the 16th to the 19th c....More
I visited this place this summer, was a very warm day so we was thinking was a good idea to visit this place and stay a little on hte shade of the tree's and drink a something, unfurtunatly the bar inside the park was close...More
We arrived and decided to do the palace tour and access the park. The guide was Italian and despite about half the group not speaking Italian no translation was given. English speaking visitors were given a hard copy guide to follow but half the time...More
We visited the castle with our 3 children ages 14,10 and 8. We enjoyed our time at the castle although there wasn't any information in English. We absolutely loved visiting the gardens and took the horse and carriage around the garden which we thoroughly enjoyed....More
A visit to this place - the summer residence of the Savoy family - is a must if you want to make a tour of the beauties of Italy. You can relive a part of history here during the tour where you can visit the...More
A great place to visit and the last birthplace of Umberto II, the last king of Italy in 1904. A guided tour, but totally in Italian, although we did have an English guide book to help us. Lots of original paintings, furnishings and marble statues...More
The visit to the castle is guided and takes place at set times during the day. We took the 15.30 tour and spent nearly 2 hours to visit the many beautiful and well maintained rooms. This castle which was the official Summer residence of the...More