Of course, we are passionate lovers of our city but it is no coincidence that Turin has recently been mentioned and praised by international newspapers …
Forbes has dedicated an article to 7 wonders enclosed in the streets of our city:
“7 Of Italy’s Most Fascinating Museums Are In Seriously Stunning, Underrated Turin”
- Musei Reali: Royal Palace, the royal Armory and Museo di Antichità;
- Palazzo Madama and the Museo Civica di Arte Antica;
- The National Museum of Cinema a visual extravaganza created by set designer Francois Confino that’s tucked into the city’s iconic Mole Antonelliana.
- Palazzo Carignano and the Museo del Risorgimento italiano commemorating the creation of the modern Italian state here.
- Museo Egizio, the largest repository devoted to Egyptian antiquities outside Cairo and is among Italy’s most visited museums.
- Reggia di Venaria Reale is part of a group of Savoy royal residences that has UNESCO World Heritage designation and ranks among the most popular museums in Italy.
The Guardian claims: Without Turin, Italy would be a totally different country: the best music, restaurants and culture!
La CNN suggerisce di fuggire dalla folla di Venezia e preferire Torino, elegante, tranquilla…
“Travelers can simply sip a coffee on the sidewalk, indulge in some of the country’s best cuisine and enjoy being away from the hordes in the country’s hot spots.”
Il Washington Times consiglia Torino tra le mete da scoprire nel nuovo anno:
“Its center has narrow streets opening onto beautiful squares. It has become Italy’s contemporary, conceptual art center with museums and galleries devoted to the latest in Italian art, while not neglecting Renaissance painting and sculpture.”
Last year Piedmont conquered the first Best in Travel 2019 position from Lonely Planet thanks to the lively artistic and cultural scene of Turin, but also thanks to the alpine nature and its sweet countryside where you can taste local delicacies, from the best known red wines to the famous Alba truffle.
“Italy’s second-largest region is arguably its most elegant: a purveyor of Slow Food and fine wine, regal palazzi and an atmosphere that is superficially more français than italiano. But dig deeper and you’ll discover that Piedmont has ‘Made in Italy’ stamped all over it.”
We’are waiting for you! 🙂