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Reviewed September 27, 2017

Beautiful restored building. Grounds- a nice peaceful walk. beautiful interior, state apartments, modern art, photography exhibits- which were beautiful- nice captured images.

Date of experience: September 2017
Thank 62hollie
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Reviewed September 6, 2017

I did a tour during the Monza GP 2016 and it was a nice way to end the chaotic practice at the race. Great gelato in the bar, lovely apartments and fabulous gardens. I really loved the secret door and corridor that the king used to sneak out to visit his mistress who lived in a villa in the grounds!

Date of experience: September 2017
Thank NasCee
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Reviewed August 30, 2017

Located in the vicinity of the Monza Park is the majestic Villa Reale di Monza (Royal Villa of Monza) with a wonderful architecture from the past. It currently houses among other facilities, a theater, music hall and a restaurant.

Date of experience: August 2017
Thank Eskay97
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Reviewed August 26, 2017

As you probably can tell from the pictures posted by other TA reviewers, this really is a palace as opposed to a villa. We visited in July and joined a tour of the royal apartments, which was amazing and really gives you a glimpse into how the royalty were living in the past. The guide was excellent and seemed to really enjoy his job. The tour also was interesting in that it was a combination of tour guide-guided tour and audio-guided tour, and it was conducted in both Italian and English at the same time. So the tour guide would briefly explain in Italian first and then in English (sometimes in reverse order) and then tell everyone to push certain number on an audio device for a more detailed description of the room in Italian and another number for English. I think this was an efficient way to entertain both crowds and it got the job done.

After the tour we visited the exhibits on the 2nd floor and the lady staff member there was most friendly and helpful, explaining to us what exhibits are being displayed on which floor. The art exhibits were very nice and there were not many people when we visited, which was a big plus. There is a separate section for children about some great Italian artists, which was very neat. On the 3rd floor there was a wonderful exhibit on designs of various times (say from 1950's to 1990's). So if you want to take the tour and see the exhibitions it will probably take between 2-3 hours easily. As with the many places we visited in Italy, it's not very easy to find the exits (perhaps they don't want you to leave:)) but we made it okay. There is a nice little gift shop where the staff again was very friendly. There also is a large cafeteria which looks really nice but unfortunately we did not have the time to sit down and order anything. We'll try that next time we visit for sure. Highly recommend visiting Villa Reale.

Date of experience: July 2017
Thank JL_2099
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Reviewed May 23, 2017

Beautifull Palace, You can spend 2 hours to visit the Real rooms following the path with Glass-guide.

Date of experience: June 2016
Thank Alex K
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