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A lively and elegant city, gentle hills, crystal-clear lakes and the imposing ring of the Alps from Val Pellice to the Canavese valleys, pristine landscapes that were the backdrop to great historical events and that still guard millenary traditions. The Torino area will gift you with extraordinary experiences.
Torino invites you to discover its broad tree-lined avenues, rich in artistic and architectural beauties, and to enjoy the many little pleasures that have always made it unique. Torino – the first capital of Italy, today again at the centre of the international scene – is surrounded by vegetation: it gently leans against the feet of luxuriant hills and is encircled by the winding course of the Po river, thereby forming a marvelous whole with its surrounding areas.

Elegant buildings and magnificent palaces, ancient beauty and contemporary art: in Torino and its surrounding you will take a fascinating journey through time. From the Roman traces in Susa to the medieval vestiges of San Martino of Ciriè church, from the gothic lines of Pinerolo cathedral to the triumph of baroque with works by Carlo and Amedeo di Castellamonte, Guarino Guarini and Filippo Juvarra, among which the Palace of Venaria Reale, Palazzo Carignano, the Basilica of Superga and the Ducal Castle of Agliè.

Many doors wide-open on surprising world with over 80 museums, in and outside Torino. In the striking setting of the Mole Antonelliana you will find the Museo Nazionale del Cinema: this is the only place it should be, as it was in Torino that Italian cinema was born at the beginning of the twentieth century. Would you prefer to glance at a less recent past? The Museo Egizio is the second most important in the world (after the one in Cairo).

Relive atmospheres of bygone time and the magnificence of Torino in the marvelous Royal Residences, the famous dwellings of the Savoy dynasty, declared “World Heritage” by UNESCO in 1997. Both the majestic Palazzo Reale – designed by Carlo di Castellamonte – and Palazzo Madama – hosting the very rich Museo Civico di Arte Antica beyond the beautiful baroque façade by the talented architect Filippo Juvarra – give onto Piazza Castello. A stone’s throw away from the city centre, the hills are home to Villa della Regina, while the Basilica of Superga, where the Royal Tombs are kept, soars visibly from any part of Torino.

All of Torino area is dotted with fortresses and castles, indelible signs of history going by, fascinating memory of those who inhabited these places. The Fort of Exilles stands out sternly at the centre of the Valle di Susa: it was built in 1155 to check the border; among its most famous prisoners it boasts the mysterious Iron Mask.
In Val Chisone there is the Fort of Fenestrelle: it was wanted around 1720 by Vittorio Amedeo II and is the largest fortified structure in Europe and the lasrgest brickwork after the Great Wall of China.

Pralormo Castle was built for defence purposes in the fourteenth century and was turned into a residence and representation building in the second half of the nineteenth century, when the small rose garden, already quoted in a text from 1574, became a romantic English-style park, which is to this day a must for flower lovers, especially when the bulbs of “Messer Tulipano” bloom.

Mazzè Castle is an imposing complex made up of two factory bodies built between 1200 and 1800.

The Mole Antonelliana and the Museo del Cinema

The Mole Antonelliana, characterized by a highly original profile, is the symbol of Torino with its height of 167 meters. A glass lift travels through the giant vault and leads to the panoramic shrine: from up there the view of the city and of the mountains is breathtaking. Because of its capability to reinvent itself, Torino was proclaimed World Design Capital for 2008: a rich programme of activities will make it possible to develop the theme of flexibility with internationally acclaimed events and the participation of all the most prominent expert in the area.

The Museo Egizio

The Royal Armoury

The Royal Armoury has one of the richest collection in the worls. It was inaugurated in 1837, has firearms and steel weapons, valuable medieval pieces, examples from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, many Napoleonic memorabilia and the armours that used to belong to Savory sovereigns.

The Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli

The Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli in Lingotto houses selected works from Canaletto to Modigliani, from Matisse to Balla. It is the venue for remarkable temporary exhibitions and the best point where to observe the famous Bolla (Bubble) by Renzo Piano, which seems to hover above the Torino skies.

Veneria Reale Palace

Veneria Reale Palace is a whole of exceptional proportions: 480.000 square metres on which the greatest architects of the baroque period worked. This masterpiece has just been reopened to the public after long and careful restoration works on both the buildings and the garden.

The Olympic Mountain

The Olympic Mountain and the Royal Mountain surround the Torino area with a chian of peaks that are silhouetted against a relaxing setting of woods, fields, lakes, parks and protected reserves. If you love nature and sport, they will leave you breathless: both in summer and in winter you will be free to pursue your passions and do the things you enjoy most.

The Ducal Castle in Agliè

The Ducal Castle in Agliè is an elegant baroque construction designed by Amedeo di Castellamonte and Ignazio Birago di Borgaro. The park is divided into an English-style one, wonderful examples of landscape architecture.


- Parco Astronomico InfiniTo - Museo dello Spazio - Planetario. (
- “Maggio in quadri” that is “May in Paintings” artistic kermes”
- “Merlin canoro”, that is “Singing Merlin” (musical exhibition dedicated to the very young).
- “Festa in Collina” (Feast on the hill): it takes place in June in the Park of Superga
- “Pino Torinese New Orleans Jazz festival (in June)
- International basket tournament (in June)
- “Settembre Pinese” (September in Pino): meetings and cultural/gastronomic events
- MUSEO DELLE CONTADINERIE - Piazzale Boglione Valle Ceppi (link)

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I t is a small, pleasant village near Pino Torinese, of agricultural and artisan imprint.

- “Festa d’autunno” (Autumn feast): it's organized in October

MUSEO DELLE CONTADINERIE - Piazzale Boglione Valle Ceppi (link)

Nei Dintorni Bed & Breakfast Sogno Nel Verde Pino Torinese (Torino) Valle Ceppi

On the hill between Pino Torinese and Turin the wonderful Basilica towers: you can get there you can get there by car (in a handful of minutes!) or you can walk to this interesting place and have an hours walk through the natural park. Master piece designed by Filippo Juvarra, the central-plant church is preceded by a wide colonnade as a pronaos and it is surmounted by a high dome which rise between two bell-towers. In the crypt there are the tombs of kings and princes of the Savoy House.

Nei Dintorni Bed & Breakfast Sogno Nel Verde Pino Torinese (Torino) Basilica di Superga

The “town whit a hundred towers” as it is know here, offers to the pleasure of tourists and vistas many interesting churches among which we will mentions just a few: S.Antonio Abate’s, S. Bernardino’s, S. Marherita’s, S. Domenico’s, and S. Giorgio’s. To be pointed out is the Dome. Gothic building among the most important and beautiful ones in Piedmont. Its brickwork front is opened in three big portals, on the right, as well as the bell-tower, the Romanesque-Gothic the octagonal baptistery rises: it is surmounted by a cupola communicating with the Dome. In the central street of Chieri, which has been reserved for pedestrians only, there are zome pubs and some commercial centres.



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