The royal  palace of Venaria,  just some minutes far from Turin,  is one of the Savoy residences entered in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Site. Designed and built from 1675 by Amedeo di Castellamonte, in 1798 with the Napoleonic occupation, it ended to be a royal residence and began a period of inexorable decline. After impressive restoration works, today the Palace is again a residence with full of charm and outside the gardens are bursting with color.

Where: Turin