Turin travel is always intriguing because it appears to be off the tourists' radar due to its extreme north-western location, but nearly all of Italy's history leading to the unification was centralized here. City's large, majestic boulevards are complimented with contemporary art museums, architecturally interesting buildings and futuristic projects. You can see the Alps right to the northwest, allowing you to have a beautiful view and watch as the stars come up and the sun goes down.
Turin is the capital of Piedmont and is in the northern area of Italy. This city is known mostly for the rich cuisine that is a must-try when you are in Italy and next to the city. Turin is world renowned for its food and one of the most famous dishes is the white truffle, served with pasta or risotto, a truly iconic dish to try while here.
There is probably no other city in the world with as many historic cafés still in operation. With the greatest number of cafe's per capita, you can soak up that literally atmosphere of the 19th century. Piazza San Carlo, one of the main squares of Turin, alone counts three of these famous historic coffee houses.
The baroque buildings are built to perfection and old the cafes are what lines the streets and beckon you to come in and try something delicious, whether it is a meal, freshly made coffee, or treats for on the go. The city also has more than one grand square with places to visit and things to do. They are the Piazza Castello and Piazza San Carlo.
If you are looking for something to do besides walk through the squares and visit the businesses that are there or have lunch by the areas that they are offering, then you can find more to do at these top places worth visiting.
Everyone is welcome to find the many things to do in the area. You can find the perfect place to spend your time in the city, whether you are staying for some time or just passing through. Turin welcomes one and all, especially those who want to learn more about this bustling capital city that has plenty to offer from the moment you arrive until you are ready to leave.
Turin, as the Italian capital of chocolate, holds an annual 10-day-long chocolate fair, which is a haven for chocoholics from around the World. The famous gianduja, a hazelnut and chocolate paste at the origin of Nutella was created here and a chocolate-based staple of the city is the bicerin, a drink made of espresso coffee, chocolate and whipped cream.
Take a tour of the city for yourself and see all that is available for you to use. It is a great way to spend your time. Just make sure to stop by the beaches next door, because they are going to help you cool down after all of the time you spend in the hot city.