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Relaxing Turin Bike Tour
"Nestled in a plain at the foot of the Alps surrounded by rivers parks and hills Torino seduced the great French architect Le Courbusier who called it ""a city with a perfectly balanced natural environment"".The tour starts from the historical Valentino Park pedaling along paths bordered with gardens and reach the Borgo Medioevale a full-sized reconstruction of a typical medieval village from the XV Century
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Turin City Hop-on Hop-off Tour
"With great views from the top of the bus strategically placed stops and an interesting commentary this the hop-on hop-off city tour truly is the best way to see the sights of Turin. You can hop on and off as many times as you like aboard this open-top double-decker bus. There are nine stops on Line A and nine stops on Line B give you the chan Piazza San Carlo Parco del Valentino and more. Both routes are connected by Stop 1: Piazza Castello and take approximately 60 minutes to complete a full circuit. Alternatively upgrade to the combination tour (including Line A and Line B) and to experience the best the city has to offer as you see all of Turin’s essential things to do. The combination tour takes approximately two hours to complete."
From EUR16.00
 
Turin City Hop-on Hop-off Tour
"With great views from the top of the bus strategically placed stops and an interesting commentary this the hop-on hop-off city tour truly is the best way to see the sights of Turin. You can hop on and off as many times as you like aboard this open-top double-decker bus. There are nine stops on Line A and nine stops on Line B give you the chan Piazza San Carlo Parco del Valentino and more. Both routes are connected by Stop 1: Piazza Castello and take approximately 60 minutes to complete a full circuit. Alternatively upgrade to the combination tour (including Line A and Line B) and to experience the best the city has to offer as you see all of Turin’s essential things to do. The combination tour takes approximately two hours to complete."
From EUR16.00

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Monte Soglio Trail

Every year, at the end of May, the "Trail del Monte Sglio" trail running event gathers 500 athletes to compete in two categories through several valleys of the Alto Canavese area.- Gir Lung (Long Run)...
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Ski

For those who haven't heard that the 2006 edition of the Winter Olympic Games was held in Torino, there are countless locations and resorts in Piedmont. From mundane top-class down to concealed small...
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Snowshoeing - General information

Abundant snowfalls seem to drag a fast-growing number of snowshoeing enthusiasts, this being the probable reason why snowshoes for rent are now available at several ski rental locations.It's a fun...
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Ironbike - The World's Hardest Mountain Bike Raid

Taking place in July, the Ironbike is a yearly multi-stage mountain bike event that crosses the border with France across various Alpine valleys. Most of it is run in Piedmont and unfolds over a 650...
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Biathlon and Cross country

I managed to see 2 of the events at the recent Torino winter olympics in Pragelato and Cesana San Sicario. I saw Germany win the mens biathlon, Canada take the women's cross country and Sweden come...
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Trial Events

From minor regional class to World Championships, Piedmont valleys host rounds of spectacular Trial events organized by the Italian Motorcycle Federation which are often accompanied by other...
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Parks of Piedmont

If you love nature, well, Piedmont is a place for you. For its number and extesion of protected areas it way outnumbers any other region of Italy.Summertime activities range from relaxing...
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Torino 2006 - XX Winter Olympic Games

Turin hosts the XX Winter Olympics and it's getting ready for it by completing the relevant infrastructures.The city is the base and coordination hub for the event and here will only take place some...
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Museums (Egyptian, Cinema...)

The first archeological expeditions under the Kingdom of Savoy prompted the dedication of an area inside the university building, the "Accademia delle Scienze", where artifacts were collected and...
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Isola Bella

The Borromeo family are one of the richest families in Italy and have controlled land and Lake Maggiore for hundreds of years. This Palace was built by one of the Borromeo men for his wife and has 260...
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Alba International White Truffle Fair

My husband and his partner were away in Turin and we, not to get bored at the hotel, booked a full day tour in Langhe wine country. Will never forget such fashinating villages and castles of Grinzane...
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Skiing

Sestriere is one of largest of villages and ski areas in the Via Lattea domaine in the Italian Alps. The town may not be the prettiest in the Alps, but it has excellent skiing fascilities and is...
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Battle of the Oranges

This is the historical Carnival of Ivrea, It's leght of 4 days. In the first day (Saturday) there is only the hisorical march with the Mugnaia (Miller) and the Arancieri (Orange soldiers) at the end...
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Assietta Road

Clockwise MTB loop from Pourrieres (free parking lot). 1,600 m (5,300 ft) total climb, therefore recommended only to fit and trained cyclists. We're now "friends", but the area near the border with...
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