Unfortunately quite often there isn't the time to visit all the museums, so, if you can't enter this sublime baroque building don't forget to have a look at least from the outside, you will surely appreciate it.
“It was originally built in the 16th century and was later modernized by Christine Marie of France in the 17th century, with designs by the Baroque architect Filippo Juvarra. The Royal Garden, north and east of the palace, was designed in 1697 by André le Nôtre, who also created the gardens at Versailles. The Palazzo Reale ticket allows you to view the Galleria Sabauda, the personal art collection of the Savoy monarchy, which was amassed over 400 years and includes gems by Van Dyck, Rubens and Lippi, and the archaeological Museum of Antiquities.”
“the largest Egyptian collection after Cairo, definetely a must-see for all the lovers of Ancient Egypt civilations. ”
“I suggest to walk into the palace and go up the stairs to the last floor where it's possible to enjoy the view of Turin, which is gratis and the same of you can see from the "Mole Antonelliana" but the elevator of the last one is not gratis. ”
“Turin people love the Valentino Park in all season! It's great for running, have a nice walk in the nature, picnic, sunbathe, studing, have a drink with friends. In fall season you can admire the romantic foliag. In Christmas season there are many events for childrenand families.”
“The Porta Palatina (or Palatina Gate) is one of the best preserved 1st-century BC Roman gateways in the world. Together with the ancient theatre's remains, located a short distance away, it is part of the so-called Archaeological Park, opened in 2006.”