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Lifting the shroud in Piedmont
Turin, an unforgettable experience
Wide streets and 17th-century buildings are surrounded by snow-capped mountains in Turin, dubbed the Capital of the Alps. This wealthy Italian city is a centre for industry, fashion and the arts, with a football-mad population who split their rabid loyalty between giants Juventus and Torino.
All along the Po river,it’s a delight to get lost in this magic metropolis while driving your local FIAT, and heading to the cathedral where the famous Shroud of Christ is now protected.
The heart of the city and its many porticoed streets is also the place where architecture covers many historical periods. From the Roman Palatine Towers, you can reach the Piazza Castello, and then follow some streets and arrive at the Mole Antonelliana, which used to be a synagogue. Since then it became the National Museum of Cinema, and is also the symbol of Turin.
And don’t forget to taste some Piedmontese chocolate.
Getting to and from Turin
|From La Spezia||03:01|
|From Rimini It||04:21|
|From St Jean De Maurienne||01:54|
|From Novi Ligure||01:14|
|From Sestri Levante||02:40|
|From Desenzano G Sirmi||02:58|
|From Lyon St Exupery Airport||03:39|
|To Novi Ligure||01:11|
|To St Jean De Maurienne||01:54|
|To Sestri Levante||02:32|
|To Desenzano G Sirmi||02:56|
|To La Spezia||03:29|
|To Lyon St Exupery Airport||03:50|
|To Bourg En Bresse||03:55|
|To Rimini It||04:36|
|To Aix Les Bains||04:59|
Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Turin can be found.
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