Must-visit Eateries in Turin, Italy
Your guide to local, undervalued food spots in Torino. Disclaimer: This story contains affiliate links to books I've written. I get a small commission if you purchase them. Thanks!
Off the Radar Spots in Turin, Italy
Disclosure: This story contains affiliate links to my book, Taste Torino. There’s so much to see and do in Turin — you’ll spend plenty of time looking up and around at exquisite architecture and interesting sights.
Turin: Italy's Underappreciated City You've Got to Visit
Is Turin, Italy Worth Visiting? Disclaimer: This story includes affiliate links. If you purchase my book through the links, I make a few extra cents). When planning an Italian getaway, many first think of Rome, Venice, and Florence. And naturally so. These destinations are classics! But, there’s a whole other side to Italy, beyond its crowded, tourist-filled metropolises, waiting to be discovered.
Turin, the Italian Town that Captivated Our Hearts
Turin or Torino in Italian is a city in northern Italy and one of the loveliest towns we have visited. It is the capital city of Piedmont with a population of 2.278 million, according to the 2021 census. Housing Anywhere proclaimed Turin as the third best city in Italy and quite popular amongst ex-pats because of its low-cost living. It is also one of the largest cities in Italy. We had never heard of Turin before. Therefore, when we built our itinerary through various countries in Europe, we thought it would be a great place for a pit stop. It is not a common town to visit, but it has its charm and interesting spots such as the spire of the Mole Antonelliana, piazza’s, churches, café, opera houses, art galleries, palaces, theaters, and baroque architecture that line Turin’s streets.