Today the life of the town is centered at Piazza San Carlo and on the main streets Via Roma and Via Po. Under the arcades of Via Roma are some of the trendiest shops in Italy while cars whiz by on hot... more
Sacamos la tarjeta Torino /Piamonte de tres días ( 72 horas ) que entra en vigor , no cuando la compras , sino cuando la utilizas por primera vez
Te permite utilizar todos los medios de transporte (... more
Visit Via Roma And Via Garibaldi, The Two Most Important Street In The Centre Of Turin. In Via Roma There Are A Lot Of Shop, Under The Porticos, And In Via Garibaldi You Can Meet A Lot Of Young People... more
Visit the Mediaeval Village and Fortress at Parco Del Valentino. The Rocca (Fortress) is the major focal point of the village. You will need a ticket to get in the fortress although is was free for me... more
Go to Superga. The view is lovely (on a windy day).
There is a church and you may visit the tombs of almost all the kings of Italy.
There is also a place to remember the tragic accident that took... more
the holy shroud of torino is famous,it is supposed to be the sheet used for jesus after his death;you cannot see this shroud,but there are general exhibits from time to time;people more and more admit... more
As a proud Torino (Turin) native and resident, I can't be blamed with impartiality for defining it a great place to visit. The first capital of Italy has a a Metro population of some 2.5 million souls...
An Italian who is planning a trip to Torino is often asked "Have you got any relatives living there?", as it was the case when I told to someone I was going to spend some days in that city for 2005......
I I love Torino, but I I don't spend much time in it, because I live abroad. I lived the last two years in Dublin, the capital of Guinness.
This is the main square in Turin. It's very new it's only......