Turin, Italy travel tips

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Religion plays an important role in the heart of Italians. Visit the Turin Cathedral to get a better understanding.

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January 6th is a public holiday in Italy, epiphany is celebrated.

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The real dolce vita begins once you rent a car and explore the country on your own!

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Traveling to Turin by plane? The closest airport is the Caselle Airport.

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Turin has a great infrastructure as it is easily reachable by both train and coach service. As for local transportation - besides the usual option of reliable taxi service - there are several bus lines that connect to the city centre.

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The Egyptian Museum of Turin is home to one of the biggest collections of ancient artifacts.

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Almost everybody loves football in Italy, so if you have time check out the Juventus.

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Starhotels Majestic may not be the cheapest hotel in Turin, but if you want professional service do not hesitate to book a room here. Four stars, lavish rooms!

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Need a family hotel for the night? Try calling Hotel Nizza as they are quite friendly and usually have a room to spare.

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Most of the time cheap hotels are cheap for a reason. Still, Hotel San Carlo is a great place to stay for a night or two.

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The Torino Film Festival is a unique experience. If you are into films, it is a must!

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If you would like to visit an impressive landmark do not miss the Basilica di Superga, built in 1706.

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Make sure you visit the Palazze Reale, great gallery housed in a wonderful mansion.

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Party time? Not an issue. Clubbing is a big thing in Turin, especially on Friday and Saturday nights.

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Wine in Italy is fantastic, make sure you ask for the Wine Card at every restaurant!

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In need of a more elegant restaurant? Ask around for Combal Zero as it has great service and an amazing wine selection.

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Turin has numerous restaurants and Eataly is one of the best in town.

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Finding budget restaurants in Turin is not that hard, great Italian food can be cheap. Ask around for a place called Brek.

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Clueless about what to do? Get some intel at the local tourist office!

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Crime rates are low in Italy and most parts of Turin are also safe, but still, always keep an eye open!

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