Free Cancellation Up to 48 hours in advance
Duration: 4 hours
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Visit the best of these incredible places in just a few hours.
Meet your guide at the entrance of the palace and start exploring the halls and rooms where the Savoia, the Italian royal family used to live. Learn about the secrets and the legends around the royals and discover their golden treasure: a stunning palace celebrating luxury. Visit the amazing throne room, a brilliant example of the Italian baroque style.
Enter the royal office where the king signed his coronation documents, and many other fascinating and luxurious chambers, such as the ballroom or the apartments. Finally, end your visit of the Royal Palace seeing the baroque Chapel of the Holy Shroud, which was built exactly to preserve the Holy Shroud. Even though you will not find it there anymore, because a big fire threatened to destroy it, this is definitely a place worth visiting.
The tour is not over yet. Continue the experience reaching the Egyptian Museum to delve into the Egyptian culture admiring real mummies, sarcophagus and different and interesting findings (in the museum are preserved more than 40.000). You will also enter the scenographic and breathtaking gallery of Ramses II that has been set up in the museum exactly like it was found in Egypt by archeologists. A must-do experience, perfect for adults and children to discover Egypt in a very short time.
- Minors must be accompanied by an adult. - During this tour is not possible to see the Holy Shroud. - This tour is guaranteed with a minimum number of 2 participants. - In case of delay, contact the emergency number +39-327-4674179. - The guide will be at the entrance of the palace holding a yellow sign with "TOUR" written. You need to go through the gate and meet the guide at the entrance door under the sign "Musei Reali".
Glenn Hing,Glenn Hing
Our guide, Sophia, was super knowledgeable about the history of Turin Royal Palace and the artifacts in the Egyptian Museum. She turned the usual walk through of a museum into an interesting and informative event.