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  • 1 Piazza San Carlo Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Piazza S. - Carlo I - 10123 Torino

    An example of harmony, this square is a beautiful example of urban planning. The churches of San Carlo and Santa Cristina stand on the Via Roma. To the east is the Philharmonic Academy (17C). In the centre is the famous " caval d'bronz", an..

  • 2 Egyptian Museum (Museo Egizio) Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Museums and art

    Via Accademia delle Scienze 6 I - 10123 Torino

    One of the world's most beautiful collections of Egyptian antiquities. On strolling through the ground-floor halls under the gaze of the pharaohs of the New Kingdom, note the rupestrian (rock) temple of Thoutmes III transported from the Nile Valley t..

  • 3 National Cinema Museum Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Museums and art

    via Montebello 20 I - 10124 Torino

    Opened in 2000, the museum owes its existence to collector and film critic Maria Adrian Prolo (1908-1991) who first conceived of the idea in 1941. An imaginative interactive itinerary traces the main themes of cinematic history and the early days of ..

  • 4 Basilica di Superga Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    I - 10132 Superga

    Built on top of a hill that peaks at 670m, this imposing building, constructed between 1717 and 1731, is the masterpiece of architect Juvarra. The basilica has a circular layout and is topped with a dome, but its most remarkable feature is its monume..

  • 5 Savoyard Gallery (Galleria Sabauda) Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    v. Accademia delle Scienze 6 I - 10123 Torino

    These superb collections gathered over many years by the House of Savoy are exhibited in a thematic and chronological manner. The thematic section shows works of the Piemontese school, with works by Spanzotti and Ferrari as well as works by Flemish a..

  • 6 Carignano Palace Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Piazza Carignano I - 10123 Torino

    An unusually animated facade characterizes this palace built by Guarini, where the first King of Italy, Victor Emmanuel II, was born in 1820. So it naturally seemed the obvious place to install the National Musem of the Risorgimento, which houses a r..

  • 7 Palazzo Madama Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Piazza Castello I - 10122 Torino

    In this 14C-15C palace built on the site of the Roman Porta Pretoria, two "Royal Ladies" (Madama means lady) once lived. These were Christine of France, who had a new façade put on the building (17C) and Jeanne of Savoy-Nemours, who died be..

  • 8 Museo Civico di Arte Antica di Palazzo Madama Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Piazza Castello I - 10122 Torino

    Tracing the history of art from the Middle Ages to the Baroque, the museum has around 70 000 objects (pictures, sculpture, ceramics, goldware etc). Located in Palazzo Madama, it has undergone extensive restoration and reopened its doors in 2006. The ..

  • 9 Mole Antonelliana Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    v. Montebello 20 I - 10124 Torino

    The symbol of this city, this 167m-high tower was built in 1863 by the architect Alessandro Antonielli to serve as a place of worship for the Jewish community of Turin. It was given to the city in 1877, and today houses the fabulous collection of the..

  • 10 Galleria Civica di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea (GAM) Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Via Magenta 31 I - 10128 Torino

    Dedicated to Italian art of the 19C and 20C, this large collection of paintings and sculpture focuses primarily on the Piemontese artistic scene, and in particular on Reggio-born painter Antonio Fontanesi (1818-1882), whose work has a luminous solemn..

  • 11 Carlo Biscaretti di Ruffia Automobile Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Corso Unità d’Italia 40 I - 10126 Torino

    A very rich collection of automobiles, chassis, motors that outline the history of the automobile, from its origins to the present. A hall dedicated to the history of pneumatic tires illustrates the amazing evolution of this essential accessory: mate..

  • 12 Castle Square (Piazza Castello) Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Piazza Castello I - 10122 Torino

    The political and religious heart of the city, it was designed as part of a vast urban project directed by Ascanio Vitozzi. This square is formed by the royal palace and the arcades of the Royal Theater; it is dominated by the massive Madame Palace. ..

  • 13 Royal Palace (Palazzo Reale) Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Piazzetta Reale I - 10122 Torino

    This sober building with a 17th C. facade designed by Amadeo di Castellamonte, is the home of a true jewel: the Stairs of the Scissors, by Filippo Juvara. Sumptuously decorated (Baroque, Rococo or Neoclassical) and royal arms that will be appreciated..

  • 14 Duomo Interesting

    Religious buildings

    Via XX Settembre 87 I - 10122 Torino

    Whether authentic or not, Medieval or ancient, you can't go to Turin and not make a visit to see the Shroud, which is said to have been wrapped around the body of Jesus when he was taken down from the Cross. The Shroud of Turin is exhibited in a chap..

  • 15 Church of San Lorenzo Interesting

    Religious buildings

    Piazza Castello I - 10122 Torino

    To the left of the royal palace, this church was complemented with a dome and an audacious crowning by Guarini.

  • 16 Church of Saint Dominic (San Domenico) Interesting

    Religious buildings

    v. Milano I - 10122 Torino

    This 14th C. church is the only Gothic church in Turin. Inside you will see works by D. Ferrari and M. Spanzotti and, above all, a beautiful series of 14th C. frescoes.

  • 17 Po Street Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    v. Pô I - 10124 Torino

    An elegant street, with an unusual architectural unity, with its palaces ornamented with arcades, it was designed between the 17th and the 18th C. to connect the monumental center of the city to the shores of the Po river.

  • 18 Vittorio Veneto Square Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Piazza Vittorio Veneto I - 10124 Torino

    Created in the 19th C., this square offers a superb view of the Turin hill, beyond the river, it rolls down to the Po river, which you can get to by going down towards the enormous defense walls that date from the 19th C., the "Murazzi". Be..

  • 19 Valentine Park (Parco del Valentino) Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    c.so Massimo d'Azeglio I - 10126 Torino

    Following the length of the river for 1,5 Km, this ark offers an opportunity for a pleasant walk through a wooded area dotted with a variety of buildings including the Exhibition Palace, the New Theater, Valentine Castle and a Medieval Village.

  • 20 Castello del Valentino Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    parco del Valentino I - 10126 Torino

    The daughter of "good King Henry" and Mary of Médicis, Christine of France became the Duchess of Savoy when she married Victor Amadeo I. During the first half of the 17C she had this castle built for herself, pleasantly situated in Parco Va..

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