Milan’s Palazzo Reale Joins Network of Europe’s Royal Palaces Along With Versailles

An important recognition part of the enhancement project to strengthen the historical identity of the palace and attract more tourists.

The Royal Palace of Milan: A Symbol of the City's Rich History and Culture.

According to official sources, a protocol has been signed to include the Royal Palace of Milan in the circuit of European palaces, such as the castles of Bavaria, Poland, Schonbrunn, and Versailles. This is a significant development for the city of Milan and its cultural heritage, as it will allow the palace to be recognized and promoted on a European level.

The Royal Palace of Milan is a historical and cultural landmark in the city. The inclusion in the circuit of European palaces is expected to contribute to the success of the undergoing project of promotion of our royal palazzo and increase the number of tourists visiting the palace.

The Royal Palace of Milan is not the only Italian palace to be included in this circuit. Other notable Italian palaces, such as the Royal Palace of Caserta and the Royal Palace of Turin, are also part of this initiative, which aims to promote the cultural heritage of European palaces and castles.

The inclusion of the Royal Palace of Milan in the circuit of European palaces is a recognition of its historical and cultural significance and a testament to the city’s rich heritage. It is expected to bring new opportunities for the palace and contribute to the promotion of Milan as a cultural and tourist destination.

The Association des Résidences Royales Européennes (Arre) is a network of European palaces and castles that aims to promote the cultural heritage of these buildings and increase cooperation among member institutions. The association was founded in 1988 and currently has over 50 member palaces and castles from 15 European countries.

As a member of the Arre, the Royal Palace of Milan will have the opportunity to collaborate with other member institutions and exchange experiences and best practices in the field of cultural heritage management. It will also be able to participate in joint projects and initiatives, such as exhibitions and educational programs, and benefit from the expertise and resources of the association.

In addition to promoting cooperation among member institutions, the Arre also aims to raise awareness of the cultural and historical value of European palaces and castles and to encourage their preservation and conservation.

The inclusion of the Royal Palace of Milan in the Arre is an important milestone for the palace and for the city of Milan. It represents a recognition of the palace’s cultural and historical significance and an opportunity to collaborate with other leading European palaces and castles.

Katherine Thomson is an arts critic in Milan.