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The city of Turin is the capitol of the Piedmont region in northern Italy. Situated on the banks of the Po River, the Sassi area of Turin is a mostly residential area that offers many restaurants, cafes, art galleries, churches, parks, palaces, theaters, and museums. Start planning your Italian getaway at today. Search hotels in Sassi, Turin and read reviews written by actual hotel guests. offers a travel blog, hotel reviews, and an easy booking process to help you make your perfect travel plans with ease.

What's Sassi, Turin Like?

Take in the history and beauty of this historic city. Many of Turin's castles, gardens, and public squares were built as early as the 16th century. While in Sassi, take the tram up the hill to the Basilica of Santa Maria di Superga and enjoy expansive views of Turin from the basilica. Tour Turin Cathedral, dedicated to Saint John the Baptist and built from 1491-1498. Choose a place to stay near Parco del Meisino and enjoy the beauty of this natural reserve. Other parks in the Sassi area include Parco Rignon, Parco della Pellerina, Parco Colonnetti, Parco Colletta, and the botanical gardens at the university. Bring a picnic and take a stroll through one of Sassi's parks. Sassi, Turin, is known for its thriving café scene, art galleries, and small boutiques. Start enjoying Turin by planning your vacation today at

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Turin

One of the first things tourists often notice in Turin is the numerous water fountains. The large amount of water available from the Alps allows the city to have as many as 700 fountains - known as "Toret" (pronounced "tuh-ret" in Piedmontese language) or "Toretto," which means small bull - throughout the territory. Many of these fountains are well over one hundred years old. Typically about five feet tall, these cast-iron fountains spout untapped water from the mouth of a bull's head and the water drains into a grill on the ground. When meeting a new acquaintance in Turin, greet them with either "buongiorno" (good day) or "buonasera" (good evening). "Ciao" and a kiss on the cheek are reserved for good friends. It is customary to shake hands, though, when meeting someone new. While most shops and hotels will have an employee or two who speak English, it is always helpful to learn a few Italian phrases to help you get around town easier. "Per favore" means please, "grazie" is thank you, and "prego" means you're welcome. Start your search for hotels in Sassi, Turin at today.

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