Temporary exhibitions are held in Palazzo Bricherasio . In its time, the gallery, in a 17th-century palace, has hosted surrealist Dali...
Palazzo dell’Accademia delle Scienze
The immense Palazzo dell’Accademia delle Scienze houses two outstanding museums.
'The road through Memphis and Thebes passes through Turin' trumpeted French hieroglyphic decoder Jean-François Champollion in the early...
Caffè San Carlo
Perhaps the most gilded of the gilded, this glittery cafe dates from 1822. You'll get neckache admiring the weighty chandelier and...
Ligurians missing their daily bread fix needn't worry. The fresh focaccia has followed you to Turin courtesy of cult Slow Food Torinese...
Lonely Planet review
This chandelier-lit showpiece opened in 1903. A brass plaque of the city's emblem, a bull (Torino in Italian means 'little bull'), is embedded in the pavement out the front; rub your shoe across it for good luck.