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- Juventus Stadium
- Egyptian Museum (Museo Egizio)
- Lingotto Fiere
- University of Turin
- Turin Royal Palace (Palazzo Reale)
- Mole Antonelliana
- Piazza San Carlo
- Lagrange 15
- Piazza Statuto
- Valentino Park
- Stadio Olimpico (Stadio Comunale di Torino)
- Turin Cathedral
- Piazza Vittorio Veneto
- Torino Palavela
- Polytechnic University of Turin
- Torino Esposizioni
- Palasport Olimpico
- Turin Town Hall (Palazzo di Citta)
- Museum of the Automobile (Museo dell'Automobile)
- Valentino Castle
Best hotels in Turin
The city of Turin is truly an amazing city and has an immense amount of history, culture, and was even Italy's first capital city in 1861. The city is one of the most important cities in Itlay's Piedmont region and is located on the bank of the river Po. There are many things to see, so why waste your time trying to book a hotel on your own? You can trust Hotels.com for putting an extensive list of Turin hotels at your disposal. Hotels.com has partnerships with hotels in locations worldwide, and they have one of the most user-friendly websites available. Hotels.com has an excellent rating system beside each hotel listing where real customers who have stayed in the hotels provide feedback, meaning you know what you are getting. Hotels.com does an excellent job providing pictures of the interior and exterior of each listed hotel and the site features a tab that alerts the user to when a hotel is almost booked. Hotels.com also has a convenient 877 number that travelers can call to reserve each hotel.
What's Turin Like?
Turin is a city with an immense amount of history and a billion-dollar-a-year tourism industry. The city is home to more than two million people, and tourists that enjoy classic architecture will fall in love with the city, which was mostly designed in the Baroque style. One of Turin's main sites is the Piazza Castello, which is considered the center of the city. A number of significant buildings are located in the city center, including the Piazzo Reale (The Savoy ruling house), the Piazzo Madama (the Savoy Senate), and the Biblioteca Reale (the library), where visitors can see the priceless self-portrait of Leonardo da Vinci. Turin is also home to the world-famous and highly-controversial Shroud of Turin, which depicts the image of a crucified man. Some say that this was the burial shroud of Christ after he was crucified, while others say that the shroud is only a clever medieval forgery. Visitors can also view the main street of the city center, called the Via Roma, as an example of the Italian Rationalism popular in the 1930s. Several important soccer clubs are also located in the city, including Juventus Turin and Torino.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Turin
After booking one of Hotels.com's Turin hotels, the traveler will want to get out and mingle among the locals in this large city. Getting around could be somewhat difficult if you do not know Italian. English is not spoken as much in Turin, so learning some basic Italian phrases in order to get around would be a good idea. For this reason, getting a pocket Italian dictionary would probably be a good idea. The town of Turin has had some issues with pickpockets and purse snatchers. If you plan on driving on any of Turin's roads, be aware of a few things, including that cell phones are generally allowed via a loudspeaker system. However, you will need to practice very defensive driving as the style of driving in Italy may be different from what you are accustomed to. Turin has plenty of banks, ATMs, and currency exchange booths with the Staziona Porta Nuova along with others throughout the city. Simply ask the staff at your hotel if you need help locating them. You can trust Hotels.com for all of your information on Turin Hotels and for cultural tips as well!
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