Torino Off The Beaten Path

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  • 1. Old cafeterias

    The most famous Cafe in Torino.. locates in Galleria Subalpina near Piazza Castello. The place itself is very beautiful.. worth a visit.. Baratti & Milano is wellknown for their fine coffee, delicious...

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  • 2. Street market in Porta Palazzo

    I have never seen so much fruit and grocery for such low prices. Two kilo of grapes for 1 euro. 3 kilo of prunes for 1 euro's. Clothes, shoes. Fish inside the Mercato building. I am sure the mercato...

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  • 3. Royal residences

    From this little station you can take the train to arrive on the top of Superga Hill, where there is the amazing Superga Church, where there are the tomb of the first Italy's Kings and Queens The...

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  • 4. Parco del Valentino

    Have a stroll in the San Valentin park and see the copy of a medeval castle buildt for an exibithion in 1884. The park is situated at the bank of the river Po and is a nice place to relax and write...

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  • 5. Langhe and Roero

    UPDATE: As of Jun 22, 2014, the area has been inscripted in the UNESCO World Heritage List:"The Vineyard Landscape of Piedmont: Langhe-Roero and Monferrato"Some...

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  • 6. MESSER TULIPANO @ Pralormo Castle

    An incredible world of flowers.75.000 tulips are waiting in the gardens around Pralormo Castle for the 9th edition of "Messer Tulipano" Exhibition. from...

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  • 7. Torino - City Parks

    Torino is said to be the "greenest" city in Europe, I can't remember if this refers to the number of trees or green space per resident capita. Whether or not...

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  • 8. THE ORANGE BATTLE

    Are you up for something amazing?This is your chance, this incredible Carnival in Ivrea where people throw oranges at each others. Read carefully the site (in...

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  • 9. Nole Canavese - Fossil Forest

    There isn't much publicity around a rare fossil forest lying on the banks of the Stura river, just a few miles northwest of Torino. This extraordinary site was...

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  • 10. Nearby Mountains - The Western Alps

    There is an obvious reason why the city of Torino hosted the XX Winter Olympic Games in 2006. The city lays in proximity of the Alps mountain range by which is...

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  • 11. Galleria San Federico

    TURIN is proud of its arcades, an important feature of the urban landscape. There are three historic ones, the Subalpina, San Federico and Umberto I.Galleria...

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  • 12. Piazza CNL e la statua della Dora

    In this square, called CNL, you can find two big statues, one representing an old man, and the other one a young woman. Below each of the two statues, you will...

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  • 13. OLYMPICS 2006

    WELL I HAD ONE DAY IN TURIN /TORINO.. SO I WANTED TO SEE THE PLACE WHERE THE SHROUD WAS AND SEE IF I COULD CATCH AN OLYMPIC GAME IN THE TIME I WAS% THERE....

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  • 14. "Le Baladin" - Microbrewery in Piozzo (CN)

    Excellent beer produced in Piozzo, less than 1 hour drive south of Torino.A surprising variety of microbrews makes Le Baladin an absolute must for beer...

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  • 15. World Class Wine

    Piedmont is home to some of the best wines in the world. In terms of territory and wine varieties, the area lying southeast of the city is probably the best...

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  • 16. Via Barbaroux

    This is a street where you can get a taste for the Turin that once was, several hundred years ago. Indeed via Barbaroux seems not to have been touched by the...

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  • 17. Medieval Renaissance ...

    A FANTASTIC MUST SEE is the project of the medievial castle & village in Turin in the grounds of VALENTINO> The recreation of a this historical castel and...

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  • 18. Porta Palatina

    Porta Palatina ("Palatine Gate") is the most evident trace of the Roman times of Torino, when it marked the Northern entrance of the city. It dates of the 1st...

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  • 19. Teatro romano

    The Teatro romano ("Roman theatre") lies close to Palazzo reale. It dates of the 1st century AD and came to light after the enlargement works of the royal...

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  • 20. Fetta di Polenta

    This palace was built by Alessandro Antonelli, the architect of the Mole Antonelliana. Contemporary people criticized him very much arguing that such a high and...

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  • 21. San Filippo Neri with the crèche

    The church of San Filippo Neri was built in Neoclassic style. Its dome collapsed in 1714 and the task to reconstruct it was given to Filippo Juvarra, who...

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  • 22. Società Promotrice delle Belle Arti

    The Società Promotrice delle Belle Arti ("Promoting Society for Fine Arts") is located quite far from the city center, you need to take bus n° 9 to reach it.It...

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  • 23. PIAZZA STATUTO: Magic and black hole

    Never heard about Turin and his Magic?It is one of the three vertexes of the triangle of white magic with Prague and Lyon, and of the triangle of black magic...

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  • 24. Piazza CLN

    Piazza CLN is located midway up Via Roma. It features two beautiful statues, a male representing the River Po and a female representing the River Dora. The name...

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  • 25. "Menabrea" - Brewery Visits in Biella

    If Piedmont has a worldwide reputation for its wines, a few know that beer is not left behind.Menabrea is produced in Biella since 1864. It would be reductive...

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