Torino
Turin
Highly recommended
Turin The Essential
Highly recommended
The first capital of united Italy may seem cold and classical, but beneath its austere exterior lies a multi-faceted city. In addition to an Epicurean taste for good food and fine wines, it becomes downright sumptuous if you follow in the footsteps of the Dukes of Savoy, nostalgic if you venture into the historic cafés or even exuberant if you take part in the countless festivals held all year long. What's more its first-class museums are simply unmissable. Turin is in the process of rethinking its entire urban layout in a bid to redefine its image. Who said classical?

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Turin
Turin Egyptian Museum
Turin Egyptian Museum
The Egyptian museum is located in a 17C
180 minutes
National Cinema Museum
National Cinema Museum
Opened in 2000, the museum owes its
180 minutes
Piazza San Carlo
Piazza San Carlo
An example of harmony, this square is a
60 minutes
Palazzo dell'Accademia delle Scienze
Palazzo dell'Accademia delle Scienze
Built in the 17C by Guarini, the palace
120 minutes
MAUTO (Automobile Museum of Turin)
MAUTO (Automobile Museum of Turin)
The Vintage Automobile Museum has been
Carignano Palace - Museo del Risorgimento
Carignano Palace - Museo del Risorgimento
An unusually animated facade
120 minutes