Turin, or Torino in Italian, is Northern Italy's aristocratic and cultural center, often referred to as "the Capital of the Alps". It is a lively, high-energy city with an abundance of palaces, museums and beautiful parks. One yearly event that attracts a lot of visitors to the city is the CioccolaTÒ, a two-week chocolate festival. Turin's main ... Read more
claim to fame is its thriving café scene. Visitors are lured to the city by stories of gentel omnipresent belle époque cafés. And, while Turin may be no Milan for shopping fashion brand, there are still plenty of small and expensive boutique shops and art galleries for the avid shopper.

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Amsterdam

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A visit to Torino is the right choice for everyone. A perfect combination for wine, food and lovers of architecture. Also a great place to enjoy museums and the largest market in Italy.
Indeed: Torino = Bellisima!

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Miravet

Added to my list of handsome Italian cities you can just keep coming back to - whether it's for the architecture, the food or just soaking up the street life. But the food is the real stand out point - I don't think I've ever had a bad meal in Torino.

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London

Turin is a great city with a really lovely river running through it and lots of atmospheric covered sidewalks. The food and wine from the Piedmont region, which it's in, are excellent.

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London

Some people claim Turin is soulless, drab and underwhelming but I find it a fascinating city all the same.

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Kragujevac

Amazing town which can offer everything for everybody. In my point of view Torin is one of the most beautiful towns in world.

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North Bay

Torino !
Amazing place and easy to navigate.
Get off at Porta Nuova and find yourself emerged in a mix of french/italian artitecture.
Porta Susa offers a more business/locals experience.
From the cinema museum, to the royal buildings - you can find many fun activities.
Visited several times.

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Emeryville

This is an often underrated city in Italy, but there is a lot to see here! There are so many museums, the largest outdoor market in Italy, and, of course, the slow food movement originated here so there are some absolutely amazing eats!

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New York City
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Torino Italy is a fantastic place to visit. Great Restaurants and lots of wonderful attraction you can visit.

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Brooklyn

Lots of good walking and eating to do in Turin. If you like food, don't miss the original Eataly – it's a sea of first-rate Italian product from all over the country, plus amazing pasta / pizza / antipasti / fish / meat bars, and seasonal foods like truffles.

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