La Venaria Reale is a monumental estate located just outside Turin, restored in the early 2000s to the Baroque magnificence that inspired its construction in the mid‐1600s by Duke Carlo Emanuele II of Savoy, after two centuries of neglect and decay and eight years of intensive restoration, the largest ever undertaken in Europe in the cultural sector.

The 80.000 square meters surface of the monumental Reggia and 60 hectares of recovered Gardens are at the center of an area of architecture and parkland extending uninterruptedly all around them, with the Old Town Center and the Castle of La Mandria, where the horizon stretches as far as the eye can see over the 6,500 hectares of greenery of the nearby Park of La Mandria.

La Venaria Reale is an architectural and natural masterpiece of universal Baroque that was enlisted as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997 and has become one of Italy’s most visited cultural sites.

It is a permanent cultural project that offers opportunities for cultural knowledge and entertainment, constantly pursuing targets as the ecological sustainability and digital-technological innovation.
Its court is open to visitors, offering them a wide range of experiences, including educational activities, exhibitions and events. Here, both Italian and the international public can discover the treasures of art, history and architecture immersed in an extraordinary natural landscape.