Venture to sights like Chisone Valley as you discover the local area in Piscina.
One of the tallest buildings of its time, this historic landmark still towers over central Turin, providing visitors with panoramic views of the city.
Cheer on the local team with hordes of passionate fans at a soccer stadium that has decades of history, a museum dedicated to sport and informative tours of the arena.
This classic aristocratic mansions houses one of the best displays of weaponry and armor from the Savoy’s Italian reign.
The oldest park in Turin is also one of its most beautiful, and is a quiet escape from city noises and life.
Immerse yourself in the history of film at one of Turin’s most popular attractions, a spectacularly well-curated museum set within a unique building.
Walk around the home of the royal family of Turin, the Savoys, and admire the public garden surrounding this French and Italian-style building on the Po River.
Immerse yourself in ancient Egypt with a visit to one of the most beautiful museums in Turin. The Egyptian Museum in Turin offers an extensive collection of ancient relics, papyrus, mummies, sarcophagi and more.
Turin and Piedmont's historic and cultural heritage is at your fingertips with the Turin and Piedmont Card. Plan your own sightseeing tour and get free admission to 200 famous attractions, museums, and castles, as well as access to the panoramic lift in the Mole Antonelliana.
Stroll through the elegant apartments that once served the House of Savoy on this guided tour of the Royal Palace of Turin. As you explore the UNESCO-listed palace, take a trip back in time and uncover centuries-old court life through captivating stories told by an expert.
Explore one of the largest collections of Egyptian antiquities in the world with this guided visit to the Egyptian Museum. Wander through objects from everyday life and beautiful religious artifacts, learning about the culture, history, and practices of the ancient civilization.
Turin was and still is a buzzing metropolis. From its early days as the Kingdom of Savoy to the capital of Italy it has played a central role in the evolution of Italy. It was a pioneer in the automotive industry and after World War II it led the way to Italy’s recovery and growth as an industrial nation.
An oasis in the heart of Turin, the QC Termetorino spa and wellness center integrates the philosophy of the ancient Roman baths with elegant modern facilities for a luxurious experience.