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    Turin Coordinates: 45°04′45″N 07°40′34″E Turin ( / tjʊəˈrɪn, ˈtjʊərɪn / ture-IN, TURE-in, [3] Piedmontese: [tyˈriŋ] ⓘ; Italian: Torino, Italian: [toˈriːno] ⓘ) [4] is a city and an important business and cultural centre in Northern Italy.

    • 239 m (784 ft)
    • Italy
    • 10121-10156
    • Piedmont
  2. Jan 27, 2024 · Turin, Italy: The Ultimate Travel Guide to Its Timeless Allure Let's head to Italy and hit Turin's streets. This isn't your usual travel guidebook stuff, it's your backstage pass to get lost in Turin's maze, from the towering Mole Antonelliana to the hush of Po River's calm.

    • Spend A Day Museum-Hopping
    • Perfect The Turinese Art of Aperitivi
    • Explore Cinematic Turin
    • Share The City’S Love Affair with Chocolate
    • Live The Good Life on Piazza Castello
    • Unearth Slow Food at The Terre Madre Festival
    • Tap Into Turin’s Art and Music Scene
    • Enjoy Views and A Cocktail in Italy’s Highest Bar
    • See How Savoy Kings Lived at A Flurry of Royal Residences
    • Shop Vintage and Design in The Quadrilatero Romano

    Few Italian cities sport such a varied portfolio of museums – there really is oneto suit every taste and interest. Turin’s blockbuster Museo Egiziois among the world’s best when it comes to anthropomorphic coffins, animal mummies and other priceless artifacts from Ancient Egypt. The Museo Nazionale del Risorgimento Italiano suits anyone interested ...

    The early-evening aperitivo (aperitif) crawl is a golden opportunity to taste exceptional wine from Piedmont and sample savory delicacies such as acciughe al verde (anchovies in pea-green, garlic-parsley sauce) or carne cruda al’Albese (raw beef) while finding yourself in neighborhoodsyou might not otherwise frequent. Favorite addresses to hobnob w...

    A visit to the superlative Museo Nazionale del Cinema– a firm family favorite – is not just about watching silent movies, overdosing on looping virtual-reality films and learning about Turin’s fascinating movie-making heritage. As engaging as the evocative and well-curated exhibits is the museum building: the eclectic, spire-capped tower of Mole An...

    Cioccolato (chocolate) is this city’s lifeblood, and family-run chocolate makers have been hard at work in Turin for centuries – there is no point resisting. Bicerin, the city’s signature cream-topped chocolate-coffee hot drink, has been a reason to flock to elegantCaffè Al Bicerin since 1763. Turin’s favorite contemporary chocolatier, Guido Gobino...

    Nowhere does the heady pulse of la dolce vita make itself felt as fiercely as on Piazza Castello, the city’s central square and heart of Savoy from the 16th to 18th centuries. Framed on all sides by grandiose buildings cocooning palace museums, cafes, and the city’s opera house, the square is a hub of cultural life and the epitome of Turin elegance...

    As the capital of the region where Italy’s Slow Food movement was born, it’s natural that Turin should host one of the world’s largest food and wine fairs: Slow Food’s biennial Terre Madre, next up in September 2024, and subsequent even-numbered years. One-day passes unlock a banquet of fascinating epicurean encounters, from artisan tastings with T...

    It's no surprise that Turin is part of UNESCO's Creative Cities Network: deep-dive into the city’s pivotal contemporary art scene at Officine Grandi Riparazioni. The experimental cultural and innovation hub resides in a regenerated train depot, constructed in red brick between 1885 and 1895 near Porta Susa and Porta Nuova train stations. Catching t...

    Dizzying views of the city and its Alpine amphitheater laid out around your feet unfold from the 37th floor of the city’s lofty Intesa Sanpaolo skyscraper – a striking, glass-and-steel work of contemporary architecture, designed by celebrity Italian architect Renzo Piano as the headquarters of the Intesa Sanpaolo banking group. Its crowning glory i...

    Turin has six royal residences in the city center alone, all with lavish interiors, priceless artworks and tapestries, and occasional museum collections. Find medieval-to-modern decorative arts in Palazzo Madama; a top-drawer history museum exploring the city’s role in the Risorgimento (Italian Unification) at Palazzo Carignano; and dazzling Greek ...

    While the city’s elegant porticoes on the main street of Via Roma squirrel away chic boutiques of all the big fashion houses, Quadrilatero Romano is the neighborhood for upmarket vintage and fashionable pieces by young designers. Make your shopping spree memorable by booking a lunch table well in advance at Consorzio. Bargain hunters can follow urb...

  3. Turin Some 21km west of Turin, the Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art is a giant of modern art in Piedmont. Its ambition and reach, not to mention… Reggia di Venaria Reale Turin OK, it may not enjoy the weighty publicity of its French counterpart, but this is one of the largest royal residences in the world, rescued from ruin by a…

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  4. Feb 1, 2024 · 145 36 Hours Turin, Italy Jump to: Recommendations Itinerary Google Map 145 By Seth Sherwood Photographs by Andrea Wyner Feb. 1, 2024 With the Alps as a background, Turin, Italy’s...

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