This is another of Turin’s royal sites designed by Filippo Juvarra. It’s an exquisite hunting lodge, now on the outskirts of Turin, and is easily reached by public transport
We got there early on a Saturday morning, and the building (designed in the shape of a St Andrew’s cross was glowing in the early morning sunlight.
Inside, there was an exhibition of’littke princes’ showing Royal children in their finery!
Inside, not all areas are accessible, but those that are are pretty spectacular. And the hunting theme extends to the decor.
Visits also extend to the gardens where it’s possible to see a stuffed elephant, and the stables where the original of the stag on the roof is located.
Have you been to this ‘palazzina’ or seen any of Turin’s other royal sites? What would you encourage others to see?