Teatro Regio Torino
The Teatro Regio di Torino is the main opera house in the city of Turin, as well as one of the largest and most important theatres in Italy and among the most relevant in the European and international scene.
It was officially inaugurated in 1973, following its reconstruction in a modern key in the post-war period (after its destruction in February 1936 by fire).
All that remains of the original construction is the 18th-century historical façade, porticoed and harmonising with the vast Piazza Castello square, currently part of the UNESCO serial site Residenze Sabaude inscribed on the World Heritage List since 1997.
Its programme offers an opera and ballet season, concerts, musicals and a rich programme for families and schools every year.