If you are coming from Piacenza, Savona, Frejus, Milan or Aosta Take the “Corso UNIONE SOVIETICA - LINGOTTO – SESTRIERE” exit at the beltway (Tangenziale). As you enter Turin, get on the lateral lane of Corso Unione Sovietica. You will find Resid'Angle 800 meters on the right after the second street lights, opposite Via Farinelli.

After you arrive at “TORINO PORTA NUOVA” rail station, exit on the Via Sacchi side. Take tram number 4 direction “Mirafiori Sud/Strada del Drosso” or walk to Carlo Felice Square and take bus number 34.After an approximately 15-minute ride, you will arrive at the Via Plava - Via Farinelli stop. You will find “Resid’Angle” right in front of you.
If you arrive at “TORINO LINGOTTO” rail station, take bus number 41, and get off at Via Plava - Via Farinelli stop.
If you arrive at “TORINO PORTA SUSA” rail station, walk 300 meters approximately to STATUTO Square, where you will find the terminus of bus line 71, which takes you to Via Farinelli stop, or you can take the subway and go to TORINO PORTA NUOVA rail station and take tram number 4 direction “Mirafiori Sud/Strada del Drosso”.

Hop on the shuttle bus which leaves every half hour and it will take you from TURIN CASELLE "Sandro Pertini" airport to TORINO PORTA NUOVA rail station terminal. There, you can take tram number 4, direction “Mirafiori Sud/Strada del Drosso”.

LOCATION IN THE CITY: Zona Torino Sud’ - South Turin Area, FIAT Mirafiori Area, Zona Ospedali – Hospital District, Lingotto Fiere – Lingotto Fair Complex - and Lingotto rail station, racecourse, close to Tangenziale Sud - Southern Beltway, Pinerolo, Pragelato, Sestriere, Susa and Chisone Valleys, Piacenza-Savona highway, easy connections to Beinasco, Candiolo, Orbassano, Moncalieri, Nichelino, Stupinigi, Rivalta, Rivoli and Vinovo. LINKS USEFUL LINKS TO INFORMATION ON HOW TO REACH US:
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Palazzo Reale - Royal Palace

It is the heart of the Savoy Court, a symbol of the power of the dynasty. Along with other royal residences around Turin, such as Reggia di Venaria Reale (Venaria Royal Palace) or Palazzina di caccia di Stupinigi (Hunting Palace of Stupinigi), it is an integral part of the assets declared world heritage by UNESCO.

The Palace was meant to be a royal residence and it was designed in late sixteenth and early seventeenth century by Ascanio Vittozzi. After he died, the works were commissioned to Carlo di Castellamonte during the regency of Christine of France.
The façade has a central section flanked by two taller wings, according to the seventeenth-century project by Carlo Morello.
At the end of the seventeenth century, Daniel Seiter was commissioned to fresco the ceiling of the gallery, which was later called Galleria del Daniel, and Guarino Guarini built Cappella della Sindone (Chapel of the Shroud), which houses the precious relic.

In the eighteenth century, the architect Filippo Juvarra built the Scala delle Forbici (Twin Stairways) building consisting of double flight of stairs and Gabinetto Cinese (Chinese Chambers) decorated by eighteenth-century frescoes by Beaumont. In the nineteenth century, renovation and modification jobs were commissioned to Ernesto Melano and Pelagio Palagi, who were inspired by ancient Egyptian culture. Palagi built the great gate with the statues of Castore and Polluce, which encloses the square opposite the palace. Scalone d'Onore (Staircase of Honor) was built shortly after the unification of Italy, as designed by Domenico Ferri. As Rome became the capital, the Palace was transformed from residence into public museum. André Le Nôtre redesigned the garden at the end of the seventeenth century.

Distance to the residence: 8 km.