Museo Nazionale del Risorgimento Italiano
If only school history lessons had been this interesting. After extensive renovations, this legendary museum reopened in 2011 with an...
Piazza Castello is dominated by Palazzo Madama, a part-medieval, part-baroque castle built in the 13th century on the site of the old...
With dozens of customers and only five dwarf-sized tables, the art nouveau Mulassano is where regulars sink white-hot espresso in piedi ...
Best pizza in Turin? Mention Sfashion and you'll get more than a few takers. Naples-thick and with wonderfully rustic ingredients (and...
Via Po 8 · interesting places nearby
Garner literary inspiration in Mark Twain's old window seat as you contemplate the gilded interior of a cafe where 19th-century students once plotted revolutions and the Count of Cavour deftly played whist. The bittersweet hot chocolate ain't bad either.