Royal Turin – Piedmont
Since 2006, Turin has become very famous thanks to the Olympic Games and has undergone a "facelift" in many respects.
The centre of Turin isn't just a succession of historical and cultural experiences, including among other things Mole Antonelliana, where the Cinema Museum is situated, the Museo Egizio, which is the world's most important Egyptian museum after that in Cairo , and the royal Palazzi Madama en Reale. It also features a number of historical cafés that reflect the nostalgia but above all the splendour of the city. A visit to the Eataly shop on Lingotto is quite a sight if you are a fan of artisanally produced products. In the close vicinity, barely two minutes away, you can take a walk on the former test track of Fiat. Car lovers will definitely also feel their spirits rise as they enter the perhaps most beautiful and inspiring car museum in Italy, Museo Auto. Those who love pomp and circumstance can go for free from Porto Nuovo Stazione to Venaria Reale and visit all museums there with one combined ticket, including the gardens. Right now there is an exclusive Carozzi exhibition there.
Visit the Juventus museum and relive the club's history and all its triumphs. Enjoy a unique and unforgettable experience packed with technology, multimedia and memorabilia.
Or would you rather enjoy pure relaxation and “shop 'til you drop”? Turin can definitely measure up to Milan and that's why we will of course provide you with a selection of its best venues. Enjoy a quick refreshment in the form of a Bicerin and indulge your oenogastronomic side during a stylish dinner at "Dolce Stil Novo" or "Tre Galline".
Another variation on all of this could be a visit to the Juventus stadium, where you won't just see football lovers completely lost in their passion, but also be able to take a look in its most exclusive spaces.
More than enough to frame a memorable visit…