Among the main symbols of the city of Turin, the Royal Palace stands out among all. It is the first and the most important of the Savoy residences in Piedmont.
Political center of the Savoy dynasty for at least three centuries and celebrated official residence of the Savoy until 1865.
The building was the subject of expansions and renovations, which were realized by the greatest architects and artists working in Turin between the 18th and 19th centuries.
Among the Palace’s most fascinating halls is the grand salon of the Swiss, the Throne Room, the Hall of the café, the Alcova Chamber of Carlo Emanuele II and the 19th century Ballroom.