It was the House of Savoy Royal Palace of and is located in the Castillo square at the center of Turin
The facade of the palace is sober, but the interior is decorated very luxurious and s well... more
You will find this charming galleria under the arches of Piazza Castello. The glass roof was remained as originally when it was built.. fine restaurants and cafeterias in it.. it was nice to walk... more
La mole Antoniellana es uno de los edificios más emblemáticos de Turín , que curiosamente no se ve hasta que casi te topas con él
El diseño original era una sinagoga judía , pero después de diversos... more
This is a must seen activities.
It's great to walk through the whole village, which is terrific.
You can take the chance to be involved in tours, if you ask. Or you can just walk around and think... more
Here are buried many members of the Family of the House of Savoy
In a baroque chapel, very ornate and decorative elements a bit gloomy
Aquí se encuentran enterrados muchos de los miembros de la... more
Porta Palazzo is one of the antique Roman gates entering the town. The real name is Porta Palatina. There are still some remains of the Roman walls, a statue of Emperor Augustus and the remains of the... more
BY SHROUD.ORG The blood man Shroud Turin type and the bloodstain discover on the shroud has been mystery ever since it was discovered. Many believers has defended that the cloth is not a forgery.... more
It is well worth a walk to Monte dei Cappuccini, the hill on the other side of the Po (about 15 minutes by foot from the Gran Madre) where you can find the church of Santa Maria del Monte. Three the... more
According to the italian newspapers there are yet available 2.500 on 16.000 rooms of the hotels.
And 420.000 on the 1.000.000 tickets for the Olympic events (price from 20 euro for female hockey, to... more
This is a great idea. I've did it some time ago in Florence and it was funny and very interesting and I liked it very much.
Now there are some short and long walks. For a total of almost 7 hours of... 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......