If you like nature, Turin is full of parks, like Val Troncea Park, Collina di Superga Park and much more.
Palazzo Madama is one of the most important monument you cannot miss to see: it’s positioned on Castello square, the old part of the city. It comprises two enormous roman towers.
In addition, Duomo is interesting for its renaissance architecture; its essential feature is a bell tower. You can also ... More play golf or make excursions if you like it, because Turin includes large fields and green areas.
Turin’s cuisine is particular but it reflects Italian one; typical food products are: Pane Nero (black bread), Prosciutto crudo dell’alta Val di Susa (salted air-dried ham) and much more. But Turin’s restaurants are ready for preparing any kind of international cuisine.
Climate is continental; in winter weather is cold, on Summer is quite hot.
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