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Consider exploring the interesting museums in Historic Centre. If sightseeing is on the list, Piazza San Carlo is a top attraction. Hop on the metro at Porta Nuova Station or Re Umberto Station to see more of the area.
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This fascinating area of Turin is best known for its spectacular Lingotto Building, a Fiat factory turned entertainment center featured in the movie The Italian Job.
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Experience the real Turin as you explore this largely residential neighborhood that is often overlooked by visitors to the city.
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Get a bird’s-eye view of Turin and stock up on quirky souvenirs in one of Europe’s largest flea markets in this historic part of the city.
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Spend a few hours exploring this pleasant area of Turin, and see if you can spot any signs of its industrial past while visiting the museums and galleries here.
History buffs will enjoy exploring Turin, and visitors give high marks for the fascinating museums and shopping. Tourists who journey to this culturally-rich city can discover its cathedral, cafés, and theaters. Top sights in the city include Mole Antonelliana, National Museum of Cinema, and Galleria Sabauda.
The city is well known for its museums and theaters, and cultural venues include National Museum of Cinema, Galleria Sabauda, and Galleria Civica d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea (GAM). Attractions like Planetarium and the Astronomical Observatory of Pino Torinese and Zoom Torino are fun for everyone, not just kids. Its historic sites and cathedral are notable and landmarks include Mole Antonelliana, Valentino Castle, and Turin Royal Palace (Palazzo Reale).
In Turin, you'll find 732 hotels and other lodging accommodations so you'll have a variety of choices for a perfect vacation. These are top ones based on Expedia user reviews:
Other favorite sights in Turin include Valentino Park, Museum of the Automobile (Museo dell'Automobile), and Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino.
With so many ways to get around, seeing all of Turin is easy. You can take advantage of metro transit at Porta Nuova Station, Marconi Station, and Re Umberto Station. If you'd like to explore more of the area, hop aboard a train from Turin Porta Nuova Station, Turin Porta Susa Station, or Turin Lingotto Station.