Romantic and relaxing, the Valentino Park of Turin (also known as the Parco Valentino) is located next to the River Po, the park is Turin's widest green space, and it's really much more than a regular park. For years, it has been used as Italy's premier motor racing circuit, and before that it was the seat of the Royal House of Savoy: that's one of Turin's most enjoyable attractions. When you visit the Parco Valentino, make sure you leave enough time to see everything the Valentino Castle has to offer. As a UNESCO-listed palace, this is a place worth visiting; offering lovely frescoes and paintings as well luxurious interiors, this attraction will enchant all those who visit it. The green space outside the Castello also must be seen: the Botanical Gardens, founded in the early 18th century, are romantic, elegant and beautiful. Few places in Turin can equal their romantic atmosphere.