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Turin Luxury Spa Day Including Optional Massage
"An oasis in the heart of Turin the QC Termetorino spa and wellness center integrates the philosophy of the ancient Roman baths with elegant modern facilities for a luxurious experience. QC Termetorino is located in the refined Abegg Palace featuring spacious rooms marble hallways and a lovely outdoor garden area. Toting your provided towel robe and slippers take advantage of a variety of relaxing and rejuvenating wellness experiences throughout your spa day.Relieve tension and restore balance in the thermal baths purify in the saunas and steam rooms
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Asti Walking Tour
"Asti is a gem of Northern Italy. Less known than other Italian cities Asti reveals its century-long history in a city-centre rich in medieval towers and noble palaces once owned by powerful banker families recognized for their power all over Europe. Our journey back in time will start at the time of the Romans who founded later an independent medieval town that fought against Alba Milan Genoa and many foreign conquerors imposing its own rules and even its own currency. We will admire some paintings dating back to the XV century one of the first examples of Renaissance influence here in Piedmont. The impressive Cathedral
From EUR19.00
 
Private Tour: Lake Maggiore and Vicolungo Outlet Day Trip from Milan
"This exceptional tour starts from your Milan hotel with the driver picking up you from your hotel around 10.00 am.With a 60 minutes ride on-board of our luxury vehicles you'll arrive to Stresa. From Stresa you can easily get to Isola Bella and then to Isola Pescatori where we suggest you to lunch in one of the nice restaurants there. Our driver can accompany you to the 2 Islands if you feel better to have a local escort. The visit of 2 Islands will require about 3 hours (Park and Palace Borromeo are closed in winter time - until 13 march 2016). This is a wonderful visit especially in winter when a few tourists are present and you can get one of the most romantic experience in your life. In the afternoon
From EUR540.00

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DRESS WARM FOR WINTER...

I HAD SOME WARM CLOTHES ...................HAVING COME FROM HAWAII..ONE DOESN'T ALWAYS TAKE REALLY HEAVY WARM CLOTHES WITH THEM.. SO IF YOU COME TO TURIN IN WINTER...BUNDLE UP..YOU WILL SMILE...
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Onedragon
Aug 08, 2006

Torino is a cold city!

Torino is very cold in winter, so you should bring warm clothes (overcoats, fur coats, scarves). The temperature easily goes below 0 ?C. Bring your camera, preferably a digital camera if you have...
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Feb 15, 2006

INTERACTIVE TURIN’S GUIDE

"Pollicino" (Tom Thumb) is a multilingual (Italian/English/French) software for interactive consultation on pda for tourist who like walking round the city to search stores, services and also to...
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Jan 24, 2006

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I recommend a backpack. I recommend to bring some nice warm clothes. I gets real cold. I had on one T-shirt one Sweater and a heavy jacket. For all ya'll skiers. Ya'll know what to bring. Dont forget...
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DonJuan_G.
Aug 26, 2002

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Just like anywhere in italy pack some nice clothes unless you want to stick out as a foreigner. Italians really do dress well, even when they are wearing casual clothes. It doesn't mean designer...
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call_me_rhia
Aug 26, 2002

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Family Travel If you do not speak Italian I would suggest you bring along a pocket dictionary. In many cities and countries you can get by with speaking in English but there are not many tourists...
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Aug 25, 2002
 
 
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Torino lies exactly on the 45th parallel in a temperate zone and it has 4 seasons. Spring and Fall can be rainy, summer is hot and humid and most winters are cold and white.Adjust accordingly.
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Jul 10, 2006

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Always take some strong walking shoes.We seemed to bloody walk everywhere, normally in a circular direction.
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Sep 08, 2002

Top Hotels in Torino

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via Carlo Alberto 35, Turin, Piedmont, 10123, Italy
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Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 54, Turin, Piedmont, 10123, Italy
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Via Nino Costa 4, Turin, Piedmont, 10123, Italy
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Via Gobetti 15, Turin, Piedmont, 10123, Italy
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Via Sacchi 14 / b, Turin, Piedmont, 10128, Italy
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Via Nizza 262, Turin, Piedmont, 10126, Italy
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Top Things to Do in Torino

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Museums (Egyptian, Cinema...)

The museum is just reinagurated and in the interior design it has participated François Confino who also did the Museum of Cinema in Torino Torino who was the "big car factory" in Italy (Fiat...
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Royal residences

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...
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Architecture (Neo Classic and Baroque)

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...
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Mole Antonelliana

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...
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Porta Palazzo and Balon: street markets

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...
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Sacra Sindone (Holy Shroud)

The Shroud of Turin is housed in a special chapel inside Torino's Duomo. The shroud is put on display extremely rarely (think once every five or ten years), most visitors will have the opportunity to...
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"Torino aka Turin"
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"Torino - After the Olympics"
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"TORINO"
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"Torino"
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"Torino, 2006 Winter Olimpics"
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