Turin

What to do

#1 EGYPTIAN MUSEUM - Visit Isis, Sekhmet and Ramesses II at the Egyptian Museum, the most important Egyptian museum in the world after the one in Cairo.

 

#2 MEDIEVAL VILLAGE - Relive the magic of past centuries in the streets of the Medieval Village along the river Po.

 

#3 IL TRAMEZZINO - The most famous sandwich in the world was designed in the Caffè Mulassano in Turin, and here you have to taste it.

 

#4 COFFEE CULTURE - Drink a typical bicerin at the Caffè Bicerin in Piazza della Consolata.

 

#5 BOOKS - Buy a book at the Luxemburg International Bookshop, one of the most beautiful bookstores in the world.

#6 DESIGN - The most beautiful palace in the world? In Turin. It is the famous The Number 6 Palazzo Valperga Galleani.

 

#7 FURNITURE - Admire the “most beautiful piece of furniture in the world” at the Accorsi Foundation - Ometto.

 

#8 ART GALLERY - Enter the futuristic treasure chest of the Agnelli Art Gallery and get lost among the works of Canaletto, Canova, Renoir, Manet, Matisse, Picasso, Balla, Modigliani.

 

#9 MOTORS - With over 9,000 square meters of exhibition space, the National Automobile Museum of Turin is the largest in Italy and one of the most famous in the world.

Where to Stay

Elegant and unfussy, with a great location in one of Italy’s most understated cities.

FROM £ 525 per person - 3 nights
City Breaks

A weekend break in… Turin

A hypothetical three-day weekend in the Turin atmosphere, from the beating heart of the historic center to the Royal Palace of Venaria, the monumental Savoy residence of Carlo Emanuele II, museums and historic buildings make it a cultural network connected ad hoc for every tourist.

Turin and the Countryside

Langhe, Roero and Monferrato

When you think of Langhe, Roero and Monferrato, gentle hills covered with vineyards come to mind, small villages surrounded by fields, medieval churches and castles, smells of wine, truffles and chestnuts... a sense of tranquility mixed with beauty: because the territory between the provinces of Alessandria, Asti and Cuneo is really a microcosm of different environments in which man and nature have gone hand in hand for centuries.

 

UNESCO decreed it in 2014: the vineyards of Langhe, Monferrato and Roero are worthy of recognition as a world heritage site. Six specific areas in 29 municipalities have been awarded for their history and the indissoluble connection between man and landscape. From here, you can discover a wealth that goes beyond Piedmont's borders and becomes of global importance.

Where to stay

Il Boscareto Resort & Spa

Piedmont

Enjoy a luxurious stay in the heart of Piedmont’s famous Langhe wine area, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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Locanda Marchese Alfieri

Piedmont

Stay amidst the fairy-tale charm of a working winery in Piedmont, under the shadow of the estate’s very own 17th Century castle.

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