Discover the center of Turin
The historic center of Turin boasts of beautiful squares rich in nineteenth-century buildings and approximately 18 km of arcades where dedicated shoppers can find everything from antique shops to shops with big names of Made in Italy.
Turin offers many squares and monuments not to be missed, including:
Antoneliana Mole: is a symbol of Turin and from the top you can see the whole city surrounded by the Alps.
Piazza Castello is one of the three main squares of the city, where there are the Palazzo Madama and Palazzo Reale.
Piazza San Carlo: renown for its historic cafés all along the arcades of the square, do not miss to step on the balls of the bull in front of the "coffee turin", all the people of Turin knows that good luck!
Piazza Vittorio Veneto one of the largest squares in Europe, it is located on the bank of the river Po and it is known mainly for its many pubs day and night.
Turin also boasts of many museums, including the main ones:
National Museum of Cinema in the amazing Mole Antoneliana with its 167 meters, which makes it the tallest museum in the world.
Egyptian Museum: second most important and largest in the world after that of Cairo.
Automobile Museum: recently renovated in order to make your visit enjoyable and interactive, for kids as well as adults.