Giardini Reali Turin

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Giardini Reali – Chilling in the King’s backyard

The point for someone visiting the city or for an inhabitant waiting to go on holiday (or maybe staying in Turin for whole spring/summer period) is staying as fresh as possible, relax and possibly enjoy the city and her (hidden) beauties.

The garden of Palazzo Reale is a great spot to do all of these things. The Giardini Reali are in the “backyard” of the gigantic complex of Musei Reali, that are really beautiful and worth a visit. The Giardini were closed for a long period and opened a year ago. They’re still a work in progress, with only a small portion fully accessible to the public. This portion in particular reminded me of English parks. You can “borrow” a chair or long chair, move it in the sun or under trees if you like a good “shadow tan” and just relax. No need to pay a ticket neither for the park nor for the accommodation. In the nearby Piazzetta Reale, just around the corner of the Giardini entrance, there is a bar for refreshments and a toilet (free for Bar users, 50 cents for other people). It’s a really quiet place and no one will bother you.

So grab a snack and enjoy our itty bitty park.

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Giardini Palazzo Reale, Piazza Castello , Turin

Opening Times

Tue - Sun 08:30 - 17:30




Last Changed Date: 2016-05-19 11:45:13 +0200 (Thu, 19 May 2016)