The UNESCO Heritage in Torino

The Royal Residences of Torino and Piemonte have been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997.
Taken together, they offer an extraordinary fresco of the history of Piemonte and Italia, with particular reference to the events that led up to national unity: a unique cultural, historical, architectural and environmental circuit, accessible and open to visitors, with an exceptional universal value.
In Torino, the Royal Museums (the Royal Palace, the Royal Library, the Royal Armory, the Royal Gardens, Chiablese Palace), Valentino Castle, Carignano Palace, Madama Palace, Villa della Regina, the State Archives, the Palace of the Prefecture, the Cavallerizza Reale, the Military Academy, the Royal State Mint, the facade of the Regio Theatre are part of the World Heritage Site.
Do not forget the Po Hill Biosphere Reserve, an area far from the stereotype of the classical natural area but with a rich environment and an extraordinary landscape that few large urban centers boast.
Torino has also fully conquered the image of an innovative, dynamic and constantly evolving city, with new spaces and large boulevards built from scratch or reclaimed from industrial areas thanks to world-renowned architects: places that have contributed to conferring the recognition of a Unesco Creative City for Design.