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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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Built by famed architect of the region Filippo Juvara for the House of Savoy, the Basilica of Superga in Turin sits atop the Hill of Superga. The 18th century church is built in the unique Late Baroque-Classicism style with nods to Michelangelo’s St....MORE INFO
Parco del Valentino MAP
Located in Valentine Park in Turin, the Medieval Village is a reproduction of what a real medieval village in the region would have looked like. Each building in the village is modeled after a real building from towns near Turin. Visitors to the Medieval...MORE INFO
V. Milano MAP
The Church of Saint Dominic in Turin is the city’s only example of a Gothic church. Built in the 14th century, the church still remains an important landmark in the city because of its unique style. Inside, artwork by Ferrari and Spanzotti grace the...MORE INFO
Piazza S. - Giovanni MAP
The Turin Cathedral is one of the city’s most important landmarks. Housed in the church is the Shroud of Turin, of which Jesus’ body was said to be wrapped in when he was buried. A replica of the cloth is on display at the cathedral’s alter. The Turin...MORE INFO
C.so Unità d'Italia 40 MAP
Known as the automotive center of Italy, it’s only natural that the Carlo Biscaretti di Ruffia National Automobile Museum is located in Turin. Cars in the museum represent around 80 car brands from around the world are displayed in the enormous museum....MORE INFO
Corso Massimo d'Azeglio MAP
Along the bank of the Po River, Valentine Park in Turin is one of the city’s largest parks and a celebrated green space in the city. While the origins of the name of the park are unclear, many think that the park was named after Saint Valentine. The...MORE INFO
Piazza Vittorio Veneto MAP
Situated close to the Po River, Vittorio Veneto Square in Turin offers exceptional views of Turin Hill from the end of Po Street. The square was created in the 19th century and is nestled against the river by castles. Vittorio Veneto Square is also a...MORE INFO
Piazza Vittorio Veneto MAP
Castle Square was once the religious and political center of Turin and still retains much of its importance. The square was designed by Ascanio Vitozzi, who was responsible for a lot of the city planning in Turin. Edged by the Royal Palace, the Royal...MORE INFO
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Instituted in 1937, the Modern and Contemporary Civic Gallery in Turin houses an impressive collection of art by some of the region’s most notable artists. The collection was all but lost during World War II, but with the help of the Carabinieri Force,...MORE INFO

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