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Attractions in Turin

There are plenty of sites to see and places to visit on your vacation in Turin. Below you’ll find information on the most interesting tourist attractions and must-see destinations in Turin and the surrounding area.

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V. Montebello 20 MAP
One of the major landmarks in Turin, the Mole Antonelliana stands as the world’s tallest museum, housing the National Museum of Cinema collections. Construction began on the building in 1863 under the design of Alessandro Antonelli. The spire of the...MORE INFO
Monte dei Cappuccini Via G. Giardino, 39 MAP
The patronal feast is celebrated on June 24 with a procession from the Basilica of San Lorenzo. Here are the relics of St. John the Baptist, the holy ashes used this day to bless the sea....MORE INFO
Vis Accademia delle Scienze, 6 MAP
The ‘Museo Egizio’ was formally founded in 1824 with the acquisition by King Carlo Felice of a collection of 5,268 objects gathered by Bernardino Drovetti. The site of the museum is the 17th century palace, built as a Jesuit school by the architect Guarino...MORE INFO
Via Accademia delle scienze, 6 MAP
The House of Savoy, once the ruling power in Italy, had a rich collection of art and artifacts from their many royal residences around the region. The collection is now displayed in the Savoyed Gallery, showcasing works by the Piemontese school and Flemish...MORE INFO
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The Royal Palace in Turin was once the royal residence of the House of Savoy in the city, as the Duke could monitor both the Palatine Gate and the Pretoria Gate from its location. The rooms of the palace are richly decorated with Asian vases and luxurious...MORE INFO
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Located next to the Royal Palace of Turin, the Church of San Lorenzo was built by famed architect of the time Guarino Guarini. The 17th century church features a plain façade that gives way to an architecturally complex interior. Guarini engineered the...MORE INFO

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