Roman castrum, medieval town, first capital of Italy. Torino offers a
lasting memory of castles, old beautiful palaces, royal residences,
monuments. Torino is one of the cultural leading cities in Italy. The
city’s lively cultural scene includes music, theatre, visual arts,
photography, film, design, dance and heritage as well as a wide choice
of museums, 46 in town, such as the world famous Egyptian Museum, the
beautiful Galleria Sabauda with Italian and Flemish painting
collections, the Automobile Museum, the Modern Art Gallery, the Rivoli
Museum of Contemporary Art, the National Cinema Museum with its unique
Around Torino thousands of excursion opportunities: the Alps, the lakes, the artistic cities and villages, the golf courses, the wine and food tours.
Torino offers both luxury and characteristic shops. Most of the luxury shops are located in the city centre on via Roma: fashion boutiques, jewelry shops, perfume shops and food and wine stores which feature the best of the regional products. Then there are the characteristic shops in the little alleys of the inner city, full of cafes and craftshops. Torino has a little bit (or, as is often the case, a lot) of everything and for all budgets as well.
Torino is one of the undisputed world capital of taste. It has always boasted a renowned food and wine tradition. The region’s extraordinary cuisine can be enjoyed in over 600 city restaurants. Restaurants are usually open from 12.00 to 14.30 and from 19.30 to 22.30. For those who prefer something different to the classic menus, Torino proposes a most pleasant alternative: wine bars. Torino is also renowned for the ability of its pastrycooks.
Located in the north-west of Italy Torino has a continental weather. Average temperature in May is 18°C .
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