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Residence of the House of Savoy for hunting and celebrations built from 1729 and based on Filippo Juvarra's project, the Palazzina di Caccia of Stupinigi is one of the monumental jewel of Turin, 10 km far from Piazza Castello.
It takes time to get down to Stupinigi from the center of Turin by tram and bus. Once there, I was disappointed to find that the grounds and half the palace were closed. Thought they might have reduced the price to account for that, but...More
I adore this place! It's an historical hunting castle with a beautiful park outside... If you're visiting Turin, you can't miss it as you can't miss the Sacra di San Michele and the Reggia di Venaria Reale. Historical places giving you the idea of the...More
It is a nice visit well organized; but definitely overpriced; it is not worth more than 5 euro and the entrance is 12. In one hour you have seen what it has to be seen.
In my opinion they are overstaffed and that may explain...More
A tram and a bus will take you to the Palazzina di Caccia Stupinigi. The trip takes about one hour from the main station. In July 2012 only a small portion of the palace was open to the public including the main hall and the...More
We did not know, so our trip there was a bit of waste, even if we did have a pleasant al fresco lunch at the local pub across the street, which had a large selection of antipasto that sold by the plate.
This area is a shambles, all by itself south of Turino. They have no audioguides or English materials to accompany your visit, and you must visit with a guide for a tour lasting about an hour and half. They offered us a French tour which...More
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I don't know the name of the road as we were on the tour bus. As you approach the palazzini it is a very long straight road with Stupigini straight in front of you, the bus pulled into the parking lot on the... More
I don't know the name of the road as we were on the tour bus. As you approach the palazzini it is a very long straight road with Stupigini straight in front of you, the bus pulled into the parking lot on the right where there is plenty of parking and a restaurant.