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Palazzo Barolo, Turin

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  • The palace has a long history of the French/Italian royalty and clearly was a cultural and political hub back in the days (with young Mozart gigging there whilst on the European tour with his... 
    The palace has a long history of the French/Italian royalty and clearly was a cultural and political hub back in the days (with young Mozart gigging there whilst on the European tour with his...  more »
  • First--Don't you hate it when attractions don't keep their websites up to date and accurate?? I visited on Saturday and arrived at 3 pm expecting to be able to tour the palace on my own. The... 
    First--Don't you hate it when attractions don't keep their websites up to date and accurate?? I visited on Saturday and arrived at 3 pm expecting to be able to tour the palace on my own. The...  more »
  • This is so spectacular, uncrowned . Tour is in Italian, guide speaks some English. Incredible history of 1700’s palace with mentions of Napoleon, Mozart & others. Great neighborhood also. Churches... 
    This is so spectacular, uncrowned . Tour is in Italian, guide speaks some English. Incredible history of 1700’s palace with mentions of Napoleon, Mozart & others. Great neighborhood also. Churches...  more »
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  • Well worth a visit by the amazingly knowledgeable volunteer guides for a slice of Turin history in a recently restored nobility palace with heaps of history
  • Loved my visit to the Palace. Unfortunately the tour was in Italian (guide also spoke French) but there was a booklet in English available. The Palazzo looks very nice, I understood some parts were reconstructed. The main staircase is the absolute focal point of the Palazzo ... as are the painted ceilings. Dont forget to visit the cellars, also quite interesting.
  • Top experience in Turin - like stepping into another world! A 2 hour guided tour around an incredible building for just 5 Euros. The tour guide was really lovely. We were the only English speakers in the group, so he offered to say everything twice: in Italian, then in English. We insisted Italian was fine (we're trying to learn), so he took the time to speak really slowly to help us, and clarify in English when he saw we didn't quite understand, without making us feel awkward at all. He was incredibly knowledgeable, and really brought the beautiful building to life, and I particularly enjoyed his personal tale of the ghost! The palazzo was just magical: sumptuous room after room, with amazing paintings, decor and history. Absolutely exquisite experience!
  • A guided tour is required. A brochure is offered in English as tours are in Italian.The place is beautiful inside, but the only inconvenience is that a place that could be seen in about 15 minutes will take an hour, as that's how long the guided tour lasts.
  • A Nobile house is well represented here, the entrance is astonishing and some of the room too.

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