Take a break from antiquity with a trip to Turin, or Torino up in the foothills of the Alps. While you won’t find giant ruins of the Roman Empire, you will find yourself in a charming town with plenty to explore. Read the rest »
Turin is a city rich in treasures, monuments, squares, museums, religious buildings and palaces. A short route to appreciate some of the most famous works just walking a bit!
Turin and its surroundings are rich in history and Art. A modern and ancient area where the past and the present mix together to invent a future.
The Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, better knows and the Egyptian Museum, in Turin offers one of the most important Egyptian collection all over the world. Many people visit it every year. Opening times and costs are important information in the article.
For an area with such a rich history, Turin, or Torino in Italian, is mightily overlooked by all but a few tourists. Read the rest »
Sitting across the Alps from Switzerland and France, the Piedmont area of Italy has been self sufficient and left to its own devices for decades, if not centuries. Read the rest »