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The complex of vineyard and gardens was built at the beginning of the seventeenth century, on the model of the Roman villas, by Prince Cardinal Maurizio di Savoia. After his death (1657) there followed decoration campaigns for the wife Ludovica and...more
The stately home is interesting if you are enthusiastic about royalty. The grounds and gardens are clearly in need of more care and tending. We did enjoy climbing to the top of the belvedere for the views. The parking lot is very small; if we...More
This is a nice looking building but it's grounds could do with a lot of TLC. It has a nice walkway down to the fountain below that wasn't working, was full of filthy water and most of the statues that surrounded it had their heads...More
This was one of the first official objectives in Turin and we were very happy with the decision. It was a hike from bus station to entrance. We enjoyed the building with all its special rooms getting different lighting. Then we walked around in the...More
Husband insisted on coming because it has one of the very few urban wine vineyard. It has its own DOC. We knew it was too hot for a really good visit, but went anyway, €10 by Cab from Porta Nuova. Some interesting history but not...More
It’s a great place to visit but I guess it’s much nicer when it’s light and sunny. We visited villa on a very cloudy & gloomy day which took a part of its charm. However, we truly enjoyed visiting the inside of the villa and...More
Visited one early May morning and my Mamma and I were the only ones there!
I don't think it is yet on the main tourist map and is free to visit an d interesting and manageable in an hr or a little more. Positioned pleasantly...More
This is a lovely Villa, tucked away just behind the city and easily reached by bus. Apart from a visit of the villa and the gardens, in the summer months there are free classical music concerts performed in the garden - really lovely!