This omnipotent building La Reggia was declared a UNESCO Heritage Site in 1997.
It is a truly amazing Baroque work of art. Not only is it worth visiting from an architectural point of view but also for Its works of art. It offers a variety of different experiences and emotions: The Grand gallery in all its majesty, Diana’s room, Goddess of hunting portrayed by stuccos and Saint Umberto’s church. The stables where exhibitions are held, stroll through the gardens or watch the multi medial videos directed by Peter Greenaway. The evening light show to music at the weekend is a must.
For further information visit the official website La Venaria – La Venaria
This park is one of the largest and most important natural parks in North West Italy. It is Home to numerous wild animals and birds. It is also a rare example of local woodland in Piedmont but it is not only about the nature. Visit the Royal Apartments where the first king of Italy Vittorio Emanuele 2nd lived with his wife Rosa Vercellana and their children.
The park can be visited 7 days a week by bicycle or on foot.
For further information visit the official website: Parco regionale La Mandria
How about a football match and a museum visit! The Juventus museum is not an ordinary museum, it is a must for football fans. It is divided into two different sectors, one displaying the history of the club with trophies, titles won and memorabilia, the other is a Multimedia experience showing the bond between Fiat, the cinema, television, radio literature an music and the impact of Juventus.
For further information visit the official website: – Juventus
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