Your experienceDeclared UNESCO World heritage and located not far from Turin, the Venaria Royal Palace was one of the residences of the Savoia’s royal family. If you are in town, you can not miss it. Obviously, you can visit the Palace by yourself, but it is with a local guide that knows the place and its history that you will be able to really appreciate this fantastic building. The visit you are taking part in is definitely unconventional: not only will you learn about the Venaria Palace, but you will also feel like you really know the Savoia’s family, their customs and traditions. Have a walk in the mysterious and luxuriant gardens of the Palace, and if you wish, visit the small village located in front of this majestic building.
- Private Tour only for your group for more safety
- Local and expert guide
- Visit the Venaria Palace
- Walk in the gardens and discover their history
AvailabilityAll year around on request
Private Touron request for a minimum of 2 people
Inclusionslicensed guide, entrance ticket to the Palace
Meeting PointVenaria, in front of the entrance the ticket office in Piazza della Repubblica
Rain PolicyThis Tour runs rain or shine
- Minors must be accompanied by an adult
- This tour is guaranteed with a minimum number of 2 participants
- If the group is equal to or greater than 6 participants, we will provide free disposable earphones to ensure the distances between guide and participants
- In case of delay, contact the emergency number +39-327-4674179
Cancellation PolicyFull refund for cancellations at least 7 days before the date of the Tour, read more
Hi, all! My name is Sofia and I am a licensed Tour-guide. Turin is the city where I work and live, but to be fair I wasn’t born here: love brought me in this beautiful city years ago. And with the exact same love, I will let you discover its great beauty. I am always thrilled when the chance to learn new things and visit new places comes up. My wandering spirit made me call home many different countries: I lived in Wales, Spain and in so many Italian cities you cannot count on your fingers. I constantly look forward to new travel destinations; next on bucket list: Abruzzo!