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"A man who does not love Italy is always more or less a barbarian."
Felicien Marceau

City to discover and rediscover. Elegant and rich. A downtown almost entirely pedestrian. A view of the Alps at 270 ° from the hill of Superga or from the top of the Mole Antonelliana in downtown Turin.

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Skiing on the Milky Way

Skiing on the Milky Way

The Milky Way ("Via Lattea" in Italian and "Milky Way" in English) straddling the Franco-Italian border connects the Montgenèvre ski resort with those of Sestriere, Sauze d'Oulx and San Sicario. This is a very large area that hosted the Turin Olympic Winter Games in 2006. A few words and pictures in this blog article to find out if the ski resort is a nice idea to travel?

Café Baratti & Milano in Turin

Café Baratti & Milano in Turin

A nice tea room in the center of Turin between Piazza Castello and Piazza Carlo Alberto is worth a stop for a pastry or tea. A perfect place to get away for a few moments from the tumult and liveliness of the beautiful capital of Piedmont.

Covered walkways in Turin

Covered walkways in Turin

Like many cities, Paris for example, Turin has several covered passages. We have counted four and offer to visit them through virtual 360-degree panoramic tours. These galleries of Turin, variously arranged, offer a covered place in the shelter of the precipitations the winter and the heat in summer.

Museo d'arte orientale

Museo d'arte orientale Torino

The Oriental Art Museum (MAO) of Turin deserves to be better known. The place is located in a quiet lane, not far from the large open-air market of the city in the area of the "Porta Palazzo" and the Umberto I covered gallery. Several floors allow visitors beautiful cultural discoveries in the form of showcases exhibiting objects, figurines, paintings, sculptures and frescoes of large sizes etc....

Turin outside Market

Turin Market Porta Palazzo

The Turin Porta Palazzo market is well worth a visit, as some tourist guides describe it, probably mistakenly, as the largest open-air market in Europe. The prices of food would allow all French great savings, especially since the products have all the attractions of a good quality.

Turin Palace Hotel

Turin Palace Hotel

A nice hotel in the city center of Turin. Located a few meters from the central station Porta Nova, by which trains arrive from the Alps (Oulx for the High Alpine...). The hotel has a really nice spa, ideal for relaxing after a day out in the city center, between shopping or cultural visits.

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Week end in Turin

The capital of Piedmont, Italy, is less than two hours of transport, three maximum, many cities in the Alps (Briançon, Grenoble, Aosta, Nice, Geneva, Albertville, Chambery or Chamonix). It takes no more time to get there from major European cities via Caselle International Airport and Turin. We offer you in this blog article some good addresses, outings unavoidable or visits of interest.

Torino Outlet

Torino Outlet

A new shopping center in the suburbs of Turin will delight fans of shopping whether they are compulsive or casual. Many famous brands are present and offer products at discount prices throughout the year. A small glimpse of the place and potential good deals...

Fine circulation in Turin

Fine circulation in Turin

Many tourists and visitors, including Italians, major cities of the peninsula have more often than not the very unpleasant surprise to receive tickets several months after their visit. Racket Turin and traffic scams in areas reserved for local residents or lack of information and vigilance of motorists?

Egyptian Museum Turin

Egyptian Museum Turin

The Turin Egyptian Museum is one of the great tourist attractions of the Piedmontese capital. The city renovated during the 2006 Olympic Games includes many quality museums. Besides the Egyptian Museum, you can also visit the "new" Oriental Arts Museum, the famous museum of cinema, the museum of modern art or even the automobile museum...

Natural History Museum in Turin

The beautiful city of Turin is a wonderful idea to ride. The inhabitants of the Hautes Alpes (including Briançon) are only at 1h30 of Turin center.