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Palazzina di Caccia di Stupinigi, Stupinigi

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#8 of 233 in Historic Sites in Province of Turin
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Palazzina di Caccia di Stupinigi was erected as a royal hunting lodge for the House of Savoy in what is now a suburb of Turin. Filippo Juvarra redecorated the palace interior in the 18th century for the King of Sardinia. Juvarra brought many of his designers from Venice to complete the 137 rooms and 17 galleries, which took years. The hunting grounds surrounding the palace have been reclaimed as a nature preserve. In this lowland forest, native plant species thrive that have died off elsewhere. Footpaths wind through the 18 km (11 mi) of land. To visit Palazzina di Caccia di Stupinigi on your holiday in Stupinigi, and find out what else Stupinigi has to offer, use our Stupinigi.
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  • I won’t be writing a long review as really there isn’t much to say: such a huge level of disappointment. Ticket is expensive, €12, and for that price I expected to be given the chance to properly... 
    I won’t be writing a long review as really there isn’t much to say: such a huge level of disappointment. Ticket is expensive, €12, and for that price I expected to be given the chance to properly...  more »
  • Little known hunting lodge of the Savoia family. The interior is magnificent and full of artistic works depicting mainly hunting scenes. Recently restored in 2016. Unfortunately the vast gardens are.....  more
    Little known hunting lodge of the Savoia family. The interior is magnificent and full of artistic works depicting mainly hunting scenes. Recently restored in 2016. Unfortunately the vast gardens are.....  more »
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  • There are very few rooms and collections to visit and see, although the quality of service from the staff is good. It's easy to visit for people who live in Turin, but not a place to stay for too long.
  • Of the three palaces connected to the Savoia Royal family that i visited on my trip, this by far was my favorite. Compared, for example to the reggia, the rooms were not set up as painting galleries but each had a unique feature that showed aspects of daily life; the audio app was well publicized and was not repetitive in pointing out what to focus on the room; and with The restorations it has gone recently you feel like you've been brought back in time:)

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