Turin is an important industrial and cultural city in northern Italy, one-hour drive from France, famous for the Egyptian Museum and the Museum of Cinema. It was the first capital of the Kingdom of Italy between 1861 and 1865, and today it is a great example of Baroque, Rococo, Neoclassical and Art Noveau architecture. Most of the monuments reveal its glorious beauty and that’s why it is considered one of the top ten must-see cities in Italy. Our guide will help you discover the best of Turin!
If you are a chocolate and coffee lover, then you should consider a trip to this aristocratic and sophisticated city, being home to several historic cafés and chocolate houses since the 17th century.
Enlisted as a World Heritage Site, for century the Royal Palace of Turin has been the venue of the Savoy family. Built in the 16th century, it is an example of austere Baroque art, with its richly decorated apartments.
Completed in 1888 as a synagogue, the Mole Antonelliana is the true symbol of modern Turin and a major work of masonry. If you take the lift to reach the top you can enjoy a stunning view of the city! The Mole Antonelliana hosts the National Museum of Cinema focusing on the development of film industry.
Built in the 15th century, the Cathedral of Turin is dedicated to St. John the Baptist and is the most suggestive and loved destinations for tourists vising the city. It houses the Shroud (or copy of it), a sacred symbol of the Christian world.
Established in 1824, it is the second most important museum in the world (after the Cairo Museum) devoted to ancient Egyptian culture and art. It hosts over 6,500 objects dating from 4000 BC to 700 AD.
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