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written by Chiara Guzzetti

Ostuni città bianca

Turin is moving. This slogan has been used for Winter Olympic Games 2006 but it is still worthwhile.

In fact, Turin has changed his image in a few of years. You can still breathe a unforgettable atmosphere given by art and tradition: the city centre is full of monuments, museums and magnificent churches. If you like walking between shops and history’s corner, green parks and technological services, you will find the ideal place for your holiday.

But now Turin has become a pearl for tourists because there is a new wave caratterizzato by hospitality and pride. Smiles, semplicity and familiarity. That is what expects you in one of the most important city of Italy, the first capital in 1861 and the modern centre already addressed to the future.

You could choose between a lot of entertainments like pubs, discos and restaurants: night life is very eventful. Turin offers much for every taste: it satisfies art lovers, who wants a relaxing holidays or young people who wants to enjoy themselves. And there is much more else to find out: gastonomic goodies, great sports events, social meetings.

Turin is a rainbow: you have only to choose your favourite colour.


  • The Egyptian Museum

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    The Savoy had already a collection of Egyptian antiquities in ‘700, which were added to the exhibits and statues brought from Vitaliano Donati, sent to Egypt by Carlo Emanuele III. In 1824 Carlo Felice bought the collection of approx. 8000 items to... continue

  • Palazzo Madama

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    In this initial period of its history, which dates back to the two towers and then merged into the Baroque facade of the building, there was a city gate called Porta Fibellona on the side exposed to the river Po, which was later fortified by the... continue

  • The Church of the Great Mother of Our Lord

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    The church was commissioned to celebrate the return of King Vittorio Emanuele I by the Congress of Vienna after the defeat of Napoleon and it is located on the right bank of the River Po; on the gable of the church there is the inscription "ORDO... continue

  • The Church of San Carlo

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    The construction works of the church began in 1619, by the will of Carlo Emanuele I of Savoy and it was dedicated to San Carlo Borromeo, who, after a pilgrimage on foot from London, came to pray before the Holy Sindone. The current facade, however,... continue

  • The Castle of the Valentine

    written by Cedric Mills

    The ancient castle, home to several noble families, was purchased by Emanuele Filiberto di Savoia. The castle owes its present form to Madama Reale, the young Maria Cristina of Bourbon-France, wife of Vittorio Amedeo of Savoy. With a four corner... continue

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