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Where is Turin?

If you want to know where is Turin, then it is the Piedmont region in Italy, and is only one hour away from the French border. Turin was home to several Italian Royal families, which is why it has a regal feel to it, and the reason why most of the architecture consists of palaces and grand buildings. The city has a rich cultural history, which is the reason why it receives so many tourists every year.

Now that you know where is Turin, you should know how to reach the place. The Turin International Airport is around 15 km away from the main city, and entertains both international as well as domestic flights. People can also reach this beautiful city via the Malpensa airport. The city has three railway stations, namely the Lingotto FS, Porta Nuova, and Porta Susa. All the train stations come under the supervision of the Italian state railways. If you want to travel by car, then you can take 5 different routes (depending on where you are coming from), namely A4, A5, A6, A21, and A32. In order to travel inside the city, you can opt for a bicycle, car, or a taxi.

The food in the city is great, so don’t forget to visit the A Livella, Basso Trenta Caffè dell Orologio, Exki, Giusti Mauro, Obelix, Ristorante Del Cambio and Tre Galli. Some of the main tourist attractions here include churches, palaces, historical landmarks, and museums. Don’t forget to visit the Armeria Reale, Cathedral of Superga. Castello di Rivoli, Egyptian Museum, Mole Antonelliana, Museo dell'Automobile, Porta Palazzo market, River Po Park, The Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist, and the National Cinema Museum.

Visit Turin if you want to experience the true Italian charm. The architecture is very beautiful and most of the palaces were made by the House of Savoy. Most of the buildings are made from yellow and red bricks, and have a French feel to them, which is the reason why the city is often called "the little Paris”. You can roam around the city on foot, and explore the castles, mansions, and the beautiful churches. Make sure you visit the historic cafes that are near the Piazza Castello, and walk in areas like Superga and Piazza Vittorio. If you want to experience the night life, then you can visit the San Salvario area and have drinks and food there.