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Turin is a city and important business and cultural center in northern Italy. It is the capital of the metropolis of Turin and the Piedmont region and was the first capital of Italy from 1861 to 1865. The city is located mainly on the western shore of the Po, opposite the Susa Valley. It is surrounded by the western Alps and Superga Hill. The population of the city proper is 883,281, while the population of the urban area of ​​Eurostat is estimated at 1.7 million inhabitants. The metropolitan area of ​​Turin is estimated by the OECD to have 2.2 million inhabitants. The city has a rich culture and history known for its numerous art galleries, restaurants, churches, palaces, opera houses, piazzas, parks, gardens, theaters, libraries, museums and other venues. Turin is known for its Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Neoclassic and Art Nouveau architecture.

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Mole Antonelliana

Via Montebello 20, 10124 Turin, Italy
The Mole Antonelliana is a major building in Turin, Italy, named after its architect Alessandro Antonelli. A mole in Italian is a building of monumental proportions. Construction began in 1863, shortly after the unification of Italy, and was completed after the architect's death in 1889. Originally conceived as a synagogue, today it houses the Museo Nazionale del Cinema and is considered the highest museum in the world. A representation of the building is shown on the front of the Italian 2 cent Euro coin.
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Egyptian Museum

6 Via Accademia delle Scienze
If you are interested in mummies and pharaohs, visit this museum where you can see countless ancient Egyptian items. This museum and its rich collection are one of the best of its kind in the world. Visit the official website to see which temporary exhibitions are on display.
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Royal Palace of Turin

Piazzetta Reale, 1 10122 Torino, Italy
The Royal Palace of Turin is a historic palace of the House of Savoy in the city of Turin in northern Italy. It was originally built in the 16th century and later modernized by Christine Marie of France in the 17th century with designs by Baroque architect Filippo Juvarra. The palace also includes the Palazzo Chiablese and the Chapel of the Holy Shroud, the latter of which was built for the famous Turin Shroud. In 1946, the building became state-owned and converted into a museum. In 1997, it was included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage along with 13 other residences of the House of Savoy.
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The Medieval Castle

Viale Virgilio 107, Parco del Valentino, 10126 Turin, Italy
If you are in Valentino Park, you must visit this castle. The entire structure is a faithful replica of 15th century castles.
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Palazzo Madama, Turin

Piazza Castello, 10122 Turin, Italy
Palazzo Madama and Casaforte degli Acaja is a palace in Turin, northern Italy. It was the first senate of the Italian kingdom and has its traditional name from the ornaments it received under two queens of the House of Savoy.
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Castle of Valentino

Viale Pier Andrea Mattioli, 39, 10126 Torino, Italy
The Castle of Valentino is a historic building in the northwestern Italian city of Turin. It is located in the Parco del Valentino and is the seat of the Faculty of Architecture of the Polytechnic University of Turin. It is one of the residences of the Royal House of Savoy, which was added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1997.
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The National Automobile Museum

Corso Unità d'Italia 40, 10126 Turin, Italy
The Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile, founded by Carlo Biscaretti di Ruffia, is an automobile museum in Turin, northern Italy. The museum has a collection of nearly 200 cars from eighty car brands from eight countries. The museum is housed in a building dating from 1960 and has three floors. After the restructuring in 2011, the museum reopens and the exhibition space has been extended from 11,000 square meters to 19,000 square meters. The museum also has its own library, documentation center, bookstore and auditorium.
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Palazzo Carignano

Palazzo Carignano is a historic building in the center of Turin, Italy, where the Risorgimento Museum is located. It was a private residence of the princes of Carignano, after which it was named. The rounded facade differs from other facades of the same structure. It is located on Via Accademia delle Scienze.
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Villa della Regina

Strada S. Margherita, 79 10131 Torino
The Villa della Regina is a palace in the city of Turin, Piedmont, Italy. It was originally built by the House of Savoy in the 17th century.
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Sports

Juventus Stadium

Juventus Stadium, known commercially as Allianz Stadium since July 2017, is sometimes known simply as a stadium in Italy. It is a football stadium based in the Vallette district of Turin (Italy) and home to the Juventus Football Club (Serie A). The stadium was built on the grounds of the former Stadio de Juventus and Turin, Stadio delle Alpi, and is one of only three football stadiums owned by Serie A in addition to Sassuoloo's Mapei Stadium and Udinese-Stadio Friuli. It was opened at the beginning of the 2011 season / 12 has a capacity of just over 41,000 spectators. The first game in the stadium denied Juventus on 8 September 2011 against the oldest professional football club Notts County in the world, on 8 September 2011 in a friendly ...
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Juventus Museum

Via Druento 153/42, 10151 Turin, Italy
Sports fans are welcome to learn more about their favourite club in this interactive museum. You can also take a stadium tour.
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Allianz Stadium

Juventus Stadium, commercially known as the Allianz Stadium since July 2017, sometimes simply known in Italy as the Stadium, is an all-seater football stadium in the Vallette borough of Turin, Italy, and the home of Serie A club Juventus Football Club. The stadium was built on the site of Juventus' and Torino's former home, the Stadio delle Alpi, and is one of only three club-owned football stadiums in Serie A, alongside Sassuolo's Mapei Stadium and Udinese's Stadio Friuli. It was opened at the start of the 2011–12 season and has a capacity of just over 41,000 spectators.Juventus played the first match in the stadium on 8 September 2011 against the world's oldest professional football club Notts County, on 8 September 2011 in a friendly…
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Olimpic Stadium Torino

The Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino is a multi-purpose stadium located in Turin, Italy. It is the home ground of Serie A club Torino Football Club. The stadium is located in Piazzale Grande Torino, in the district of Santa Rita, in the south-central area of the city. The stadium is currently rated by UEFA as a Category 4 stadium, the highest ranking possible. Constructed in the 1930s, originally known as the "Stadio Municipale" and later the "Stadio Comunale", it was the home of Juventus and Torino until 1990, when it was abandoned in favour of the Stadio delle Alpi. After a sixteen-year stint without Serie A football, the stadium was renovated and renamed the "Stadio Olimpico" on the occasion of the 2006 Winter Olympics. In a reversal of 1990, both Juventus and Torino moved back to the Olimpico, with Juventus using it until the end of the 2010–11 season, and Torino retaining it as their home stadium to the present day.
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Parco della Pellerina

This is the largest park in the city. Stroll around, go jogging or cycling. There are also some sports facilities and playgrounds.
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Torino Palasport Olimpico

The Pala Alpitour is a multipurpose indoor sports/concert arena located at the Santa Rita district in Turin, Italy. It is a few metres east of the Olympic Stadium. With 12,300 seats, it is the largest indoor arena in Italy. Built for the 2006 Winter Olympics, it hosted with Torino Esposizioni the ice hockey events.Since its opening the Pala Alpitour has become one of Italy's most booked venues for large-scale concerts. It is also the largest capacity venue for these type of events, with the allowed maximum capacities set at 15,567 for general admission center-stage concerts, and 13,347 maxiumum capacity for general admission end-stage concerts. On August 8, 2014 the arena was renamed Pala Alpitour.
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The Murazzi

The west bank of the Po river turned into a popular meeting place. Play volleyball, sunbathe on the beach, or visit one of the nightclubs.
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Torino Palavela

Palavela, formerly known as Palazzo delle Mostre and Palazzo a Vela is an indoor arena that is located in Turin, Italy, on the bank of the River Po. It was designed by engineer Franco Levi and architects Annibale and Giorgio Rigotti. The arena is 130 metres in diameter. The Palavela was featured in the 1969 film The Italian Job. In a famous scene in the film, three Minis are seen driving onto and over the arena's distinctive roof. It has a seating capacity for a maximum 12,200 people, and 9,200 when configured for basketball games.
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Stadio Filadelfia

The Stadio Filadelfia, originally known as Campo Torino is a small multi-use stadium in Turin, Italy, situated in Borgo Filadelfia in the Lingotto district. Designed by the former President of Foot-Ball Club Torino, Count Enrico Marone Cinzano, the ground was opened in 1926 and continuously hosted all of Torino's home games until 1958. In 1963 it was abandoned in favour of the Stadio Comunale, becoming Torino's training ground for the first team, then later, the youth team. After the partial degradation of the structure during the 1980s and 1990s, the ground was demolished in 1998. In 2015 the reconstruction of the stadium began, and completed on 24 May 2017.
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Restaraunts

Torino Porta Nuova

Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 58, 10121 Torino
Torino Porta Nuova train station is the main railway station of Turin in northern Italy. It is the third busiest stop in Italy after Rome Termini and Milan Central, with about 192,000 trips per day and 70 million passengers per year and a total of about 350 trains per day. Porta Nuova is a terminus with trains that arrive perpendicular to the facade. The station is located in Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, just in front of Piazza Carlo Felice. Trains between Turin and Milan start or end at the station, including the high-speed line Turin - Milan. Under the station building, a subway station was recently built, which is part of Turin's subway line 1.
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Porta Palazzo Market

Visit the largest open air market in Europe to meet the locals. Here you will find absolutely everything - food, clothing, jewelry and so on.
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Caffe Al Bicerin

5 Piazza della Consolata
This place is named after the renowned beverage prepared from hot chocolate, coffee and cream - and you shouldn't leave without tasting it!
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Via Garibaldi

Stroll around the busy street connecting the Piazza Castello and Piazza Statuto. There are bars, restaurants, shops, and also many sights.
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Caffè Fiorio

The Caffè Fiorio is a historic café in Turin, northern Italy, located at Via Po 8. Founded in 1780, Fiorio became a fashionable meeting place for the artistic, intellectual and political classes of the capital of the Kingdom of Sardinia. Frequented by Urbano Rattazzi, Massimo D'Azeglio, Giovanni Prati, Camillo Benso Conte di Cavour, Giacinto Provana di Collegno, Cesare Balbo and Friedrich Nietzsche, it became known as "the café of the Machiavellis and of the pigtails."
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Porto di Savona

2 Piazza Vittorio Veneto, 10131, Torino, IT
This is a must if you're looking for a unique culinary experience. Their dishes are homemade and prepared from local ingredients.
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Going Out

Royal Theater

Piazza Castello 215, 10124 Turin, Italy
The Teatro Regio is a prominent opera house and opera company in Turin, Piedmont, Italy. Its season runs from October to June with the presentation of eight or nine operas given from five to twelve performances of each. Several buildings provided venues for operatic productions in Turin from the mid-16th century, but it was not until 1713 that a proper opera house was considered, and under the architect Filippo Juvarra planning began. However, the cornerstone was not laid until the reign of Charles Emmanuel III in 1738 after Juvarra's death. The work was supervised by Benedetto Alfieri until the theatre was completed.
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Carignano Theatre

6 Piazza Carignano, 10123, Torino
The Teatro Carignano is a theatre in Turin and one of the oldest and most important theatres in Italy. Designed by Benedetto Alfieri, it is located opposite the Palazzo Carignano. Building commenced in 1752 and the theatre was inaugurated the following year with a performance of Baldassare Galuppi's opera, Calamità de' cuori. Much of the theatre was destroyed in a fire in 1786, but it was rebuilt in a few months using Alfieri's original plans. Since then it has undergone several renovations. Although today it is primarily used for performances of plays, in the past it was an important opera house. The theatre is owned by the City of Turin but administered by the theatre company, Teatro Stabile di Torino, and is one of the company's principal performing venues.
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Alfa Theater

Via Casalborgone 16/i, 10132 Turin, Italy
If you love operettas, you will be delighted. This small cosy place makes for a pleasant atmosphere and a unique experience.
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Hiking

Valentino Park

The Parco del Valentino is a popular public park in Turin, Italy. It is located on the west bank of the Po River. Covering an area of ​​500,000 m², it is the second largest park in Turin.
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Castello del Valentino

The Castle of Valentino is a historic building in the north-west Italian city of Turin. It is located in Parco del Valentino, and is the seat of the Architecture Faculty of the Polytechnic University of Turin. It is one of the Residences of the Royal House of Savoy included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1997.
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Turin Museum of Natural History

36 Via Giovanni Giolitti, Torino, IT
The Turin Museum of Natural History was established in 1978 to house the natural history collections of the University of Turin and other collections of natural history, originated from specific research campaigns and donations. It is located at 36 Via Giolitti, Turin, in a 17th-century building which used to be the hospital of San Giovanni Battista. The museum has departments of zoology, entomology, botany, minerals, geology and paleontology. It also has a specialist library and an exhibition centre.
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Orto Botanico di Torino

Via le Pier Andrea Mattioli 25, 10125 Turin, Italy
The Orto Botanico dell'Università di Torino is a botanical garden and arboretum operated by the Dipartimento di Biologia Vegetale of the University of Turin. It is located in the Parco del Valentino along the Po River, at Viale Pier Andrea Mattioli, Turin, Italy, and open weekends and holidays during the warmer months; an admission fee is charged. The garden's origins can be traced as far back as 1560, when collections of live plants were established at the Studio di Mondovì, which moved to the university in 1566. Today's garden dates to 1713, when Victor Amadeus II of Sardinia established the Orto Regio. With establishment in 1729 of the university's chair in botany, held by G.B. Caccia, it legally became a part of the university.
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Parco Della Rimembranza

If you want to get out of the city, this is a popular place for a hike or a bike ride. Note the glorious bronze statue overlooking the park.
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Relaxing

Parco del Valentino

Parco del Valentino is a popular public park in Turin, Italy. It is located along the west bank of the Po river. It covers an area of 500,000m², which makes it Turin's second largest park.
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Shopping

Piazza Vittorio Veneto

Piazza Vittorio Veneto, also called Piazza Vittorio, is a town square in Turin, Italy.
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Via Po

Take a walk from the Piazza Castello to the Po river through this wide street and marvel at the buildings around.
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Sightseeing

Piazza Castello

Piazza Castello, 10122, Torino, Italy
Turin's main square, located right in the center of the old town. There are numerous restaurants, bars, cafes and museums in the area, so you can spend several hours in the area. If you walk here, you will see various monuments and attractions (Royal Armory or Museum of Ancient Art at Palazzo Madama).
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Turin Cathedral

Torino
Turin Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Turin, northern Italy. It is dedicated to St. John the Baptist and the seat of the Archbishops of Turin. It was built between 1491 and 1498 and adjoins a former Campanile from 1470. The Chapel of the Holy Grail Shaw designed by Guarino Guarini was added in 1668-94.
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Piazza San Carlo

Piazza San Carlo is one of the most important town squares in Turin, Italy. It was created in the 16th and 17th centuries and is an example of Baroque style. Its present name pays homage to Charles Borromeo, while the square was formerly known as Piazza Reale, Piazza d'Armi and Place Napoleon. The equestrian statue of the Duke of Savoy Emmanuel Philibert of Carlo Marochetti is located in the center of the square, designed around 1638 by Porticos of Carlo di Castellamonte edge of the square.
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Ponte Vittorio Emanuele I

This stone bridge from the early 19th century is ideal for a walk with stunning views of the river. Especially charming at night.
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Palatine Towers

The Palatine Gate is a Roman city gate in Turin, Italy. The gate allowed access through the city walls of Julia Augusta Taurinorum from the north side and thus formed the Porta Principalis Dextra the old town. The Palatine Gate is the most important archaeological testimony of the Roman phase of the city and one of the best preserved Roman gates from the 1st century BC. The world. Together with the ancient remains of the ancient theater, which are not far away, it is part of the so-called Archaeological Park, which was opened in 2006.
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Basilica of Superga

The Basilica of Superga is a church near Turin.
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Piazza Statuto

Piazza Statuto is a city square in Turin, Italy.
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National Cinema Museum

20 Via Montebello
The National Museum of Cinema located in Turin, is an Italian motion picture museum, fitted out inside the Mole Antonelliana tower. It is operated by the Maria Adriana Prolo Foundation, and the core of its collection is the result of the work of the historian and collector Maria Adriana Prolo. It was housed in the Palazzo Chiablese. In 2008, with 532,196 visitors, it reached the thirteenth place among the most visited Italian museums.
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Piazza Cavour

One of the significant squares in the historic part of the city. There are many beautiful buildings such as Church of San Michele.
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Traveling

Torino Porta Susa railway station

Torino Porta Susa is a railway station in Turin, northern Italy; it is the second busiest mainline station in the city, after Torino Porta Nuova. It is located in Corso Inghilterra.
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Porta Nuova

Porta Nuova is a Turin Metro station, located inside Porta Nuova railway station, near piazza Carlo Felice. It was built alongside the Line 1 prolongment to Porta Nuova opened on 5 October 2007 and served as terminal until a further prolongment was built.
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Torino Lingotto railway station

Torino Lingotto railway station is one of the main stations serving the city and comune of Turin, capital of the region of Piedmont, northwestern Italy. The Torino Lingotto metro station is located nearby, and opened on March 6, 2011. Opened in 1960, the station is the third most important in Turin, after Torino Porta Nuova and Torino Porta Susa. It forms part of the Turin–Genoa main line, and is also a stop on three secondary railways, which link Turin with Pinerolo, Cuneo and Savona, respectively. The station is managed by Rete Ferroviaria Italiana. Most train services are operated by Trenitalia. Each of these companies is a subsidiary of Ferrovie dello Stato, Italy's state-owned rail company.
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Hotels

Hotel Serenella

4 Via Luigi Tarino, 10124, Torino

Bamboo Eco Hostel

90/D Corso Palermo, Torino

AC Hotel Torino

11 Via Bisalta, 10126, Torino

Hotel Alpi Resort

5 Via Alfonso Bonafous, 10123, Torino, IT

Principi di Piemonte

Residence Guido Reni

Hotel Luxor

Ostello Torino;Hostel

Hotel Castello