Museo Nazionale del Risorgimento Italiano
After extensive renovations, this signigicant museum reopened in 2011 to coincide with the centenary of the risorgimento, or...
Named for its most famous barfly, the ubiquitous Count Cavour, this beautiful room combines a magical, mirrored historical setting with...
Baratti & Milano
Among the historic cafes where you can taste chocolate in all its guises are Baratti & Milano , with a stunning interior dating back...
Via Cesare Battisti 13 · interesting places nearby
Best pizza in Turin? Mention Sfashion and you'll get more than a few takers. Naples-thick and with wonderfully rustic ingredients (and not too much cheese), they fly like hot bullets from the ovens of comic Torinese TV presenter Piero Chiamretti, whose funky postmodern city-centre set-up pitches retro toys amid an outlandish interior. The other in-house classic is mussels in tomato sauce.