Turin, Italy’s first capital, is a city rich in history and culture.
The New York Times and The Guardian recently included it among the must-see cities and among the most beautiful destinations in Italy.
It is characterized by its courtly squares, elegant palaces and its famous 18-kilometer-long porticoes that allow you to stroll through the city center while fully enjoying all its beauty.
le Tre madame
Le Tre Madame is located in the heart of this wonderful setting, with the splendid Piazza San Carlo, Piazza Castello and Piazza Vittorio within walking distance. But also major museums such as the Egyptian Museum, the second most important in the world, the Gallerie d’Italia opened on May 16, 2022, Palazzo Reale, Palazzo Madama and the Duomo where the Holy Shroud is kept and the Guarini Chapel.
Turin also knows how to seduce modern art lovers
Turin also knows how to conquer modern art lovers with the wonderful Pinacoteca Agnelli, which is always hosting new exhibitions; Gam ( the Gallery of Modern Art), which houses unique pieces by the most important artistic exponents. But also the cinema museum inside the Mole Antonelliana and Camera, the Italian center for photography, an exhibition venue for Italian and international photography.
Turin is the city of cars, and with its Automobile Museum (MAUTO) you can savor modernity and the past while admiring 200 original cars of 80 different makes from around the world.
The Mauto is an exciting journey for young and old that cannot be missed.
Just outside Turin you can be won over by the wonderful Reggia Di Venaria and the Palazzina di Caccia di Stupinigi, two of the main Savoy residences in Piedmont that have been on the UNESCO World Heritage list since 1997.