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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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Eataly Turin Lingotto

Forget Harrods, this is what my vision of grocery shopping heaven looks like. Imagine if the fresh vegetables on sale were the very best examples of their type, if an unbelievable selection of...
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Farmers' Markets

Most popular in town, and centrally located, are the following:"Oasi di prodotti tipici della campagna piemontese" (Typical Piedmontese food products)When: 1st Sunday of every month (except Jan, Jul,...
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SPACCIO - Robe di Kappa

Iconic brand name born and raised in Torino, Robe di Kappa has placed its logo onto the jerseys of a great number of domestic and foreign sports teams. Production had long been moved abroad but part...
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Street Markets

There are several street markets in town, largest and most famous being historical Porta Palazzo (see my other "Balon" tip).A large one takes place in Corso Svizzera and Corso Racconigi, namely the...
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Sporting Goods

One of the largest selection of sporting goods and apparel in town is Decathlon, a French franchise specialized in most sports as a one-stop store. They offer a variety of brands although most items...
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"Balon"

Porta Palazzo is the largest open-street market in Europe. Located at the intersection of Corso Regina Margherita and Via Milano, its name originates from the adjacent Porta Palatina. Some see it as a...
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The Baratti & Milano shop

The shop is essentially an area off from Baratti & Milano's main cafe area where the till is. As with the cafe, the elegant old features of the building have been retained. The stock is essentially...
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Il Grifone

Il Grifone is a series of small shops selling heavily discounted clothes and shoes from a range of Italian designers and well-known brands. Located in an arcade in Turin, there is a shop each for...
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Libreria Luxemburg

I spent many a happy hour browsing the books in this shop when I lived in Italy. Although it's not very big, Libreria Luxemburg is very well stocked. Upstairs live the foreign language books, English...
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Street shopping

Typical shopping district is downtown. The streets of Via Roma, Piazza Castello and Via Po can be walked up and down on both sides under arches, hence even in bad weather. Via Lagrange and some...
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Q3 - Piattaforma per giovani stilisti

It is one of the most special shops in Turin. Very small an hidden, but with the wonderful message that in Italy exist also the young unkown fashion designer and not just the usual names. The shop is...
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1PC4U

1PC4U is the most central internet cafe in Torino, with the lowest prices and most computers. Rates from EUR 2 per hour (I have seen EUR 6 per hour at other places!). They can burn your holiday pics...
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Juventus

If you are a fan of Juventus, you can buy many products in several shops. These photos should refer to the official shop in Corso Grande, but I'm not sure. You can also buy these goods from the...
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Decathlon

This is the biggest sports shop you can find in Turin.It's just ten meters off the city.It's located in Moncalieri.If you want to play ping pong there are 2 table just outside, u only need to drop...
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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 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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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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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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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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Sacra Sindone (Holy Shroud)

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....
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