Famed for the revered Shroud and home to FIAT, Turin was once renowned as solely an industrial city and capital of the motor car. Today the city has revitalized its European image towards the new high-tech Europe based upon a modern culture of innovation.
Piazza San Carlo
A pirouette to bring you luck?
Piazza San Carlo, 204
One of Turin's most stylish cafés.
8 Via Pò
Turin's best homemade gelato?
Visit the Gardens of the Reggia di Venaria next month from April 16th, and discover the art of landscaping and savour the tastes of Italy amongst the extraordinary orchards and vegetables gardens. This year, the superb Gardens of the Reggia will also host the new Potager Royal, a 10 hectare site of vegetable... Read more
Today sees, the National Car Museum in Turin reopen. Following the evolution of cars, so much a part of this motor city, through a display of some 150 examples. Plus drawings, prints, posters and models, many of which are available in the museum's bookshop.