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Piazza Castello

Piazza Castello, 10123 Turin, Italy
+39 011 436 1455
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Walking Tour of Turin Including Palazzo Carignano Guided Visit
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Designed in 1564 by Vitozzi. It's lined with porticoes and is the real heart of the city: here and hereabouts stand the great buildings that have witnessed the development of the city, from the ancient Roman era to our days. In the middle of the square stands Palazzo Madama and on the side you could see The Royal Theatre, The Royal Palace , the Royal Library (that houses Leonardo da Vinci 's operas). In Piazza Castello (The Castle Square) begin the most important central streets, like Rome Street, Po Street, Garibaldi Street and Pietro Micca Street.
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“royal palace” (33 reviews)
“via garibaldi” (18 reviews)
“big square” (11 reviews)
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Piazza Castello, 10123 Turin, Italy
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+39 011 436 1455
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Much better collection of art and artefacts than we thought we would find, we walked in spontaneously. Attached photo of work really cracked me up, depiction of a cool jesus-like figure with clear Italian swagger, from the 1400s no less. Building and art worth a...More

Thank DouweMik
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

So spacious and clean , the architecture is awesome . Ideal for a family trip I think . If you're in Turin do not miss this place well worth visiting

Thank Arek K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Nice architecture, beautiful building and nice to sit down and have a drink espyin the summer Absolutely recommend it to everyone

Thank Fenia G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Well worth exploring. It is part baroque, part medieval, and largely dominated by the royal palace. The hop-on, hop-off Turin tour bus begins just across the street.

Thank Lynn1950
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Turin is beautifull city, elegant , sophisticated , magic, mysterious, green but not last with an iconic square Piazza Castello The history of Italy is inside every stone, brick and in the air you breath The Palace of the King is overlooking the square and...More

Thank giogio1956
Reviewed 11 July 2017

Walk the whole square, at the other side there are several was-monuments of great interest, although at nighttime, the action is towards the library/museum.

Thank JohannesNS
Reviewed 6 July 2017

The center of Turin both geographically and sociially. Nice place to vist for a walk or to visit museums.

Thank kostif
Reviewed 28 June 2017

Piazza Castello is great in the evening with the mix of people milling around, lights, the four water fountains.

Thank AnytimeTravelChick
Reviewed 28 June 2017 via mobile

Very beautiful and we haven't been waiting in line at all. Especially the old palace was nice, but the musea where great to. Good for all ages

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Reviewed 26 June 2017 via mobile

Truly amazing. Highly recommend the museum if you're in Turino. There really is too much to describe!!

Thank Heather J
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