The first Capital of Italia invites you to discover its ancient and modern history, the palaces and museums, the parks and tree-lined avenues, the river and the hills, the restaurants and historic coffee houses, the long colonnaded streets and the multiethnic neighbourhoods, the great events and the many little pleasures which have always made it unique, in a balance between the rational Roman town layout, the measured pomp of Piemonte baroque and the originality of the modern and contemporary architecture.
Torino must be discovered step by step strolling along its streets and piazzas; mostly, it has to be lived, for a week end or for more days. That is why there are some things by all means “to see”, “to do”, “to taste” and “to know”.
Over 40 museums for a remarkable visit
The Royal Residences declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO
Two thousand years of architecture and contemporary design
Important churches, places of worship and the Mystery of the Holy Shroud
Contemporary Art in all its forms
The capital of taste, chocolate and aperitifs
A city featuring green spaces, water and sports
The city which houses Leonardo da Vinci’s self-portrait
Lively and elegant, always in movement, nonetheless Torino is incredibly a city set in the heart of verdant areas: gently resting on the hillside and enclosed by the winding course of the River Po, it owes much of its charm to its enchanting location at the foot of the western Alps, watched over by snowy peaks.