How to spend a day in Turin if the museums are closed? Some suggestions for 24 hours in town
🥐 Start the day with a breakfast in a historic cafe or in one of the famous pastry shops of the city.
🚶♀️🚶♂️ stroll through the city to admire its elegant squares and architecture, from the Roman remains of Augusta Taurinorum to modern and contemporary installations passing through Romanesque, Baroque and Art Nouveau...... or in Parco del Valentino!
You can do it alone or rely on an expert tour guide! Write to email@example.com to know how to book a tour just for you or or check the many proposals of our tour operators.
🎦 retrace the locations of some of the most famous films of the Italian and international cinema with the itinerary Girando per Torino. Download the Italy for Movies app and search for all installations!
🧀🍏 discover one of the largest markets in Europe: Porta Palazzo, lose yourself in the colors of the stands and stop for a break at the Mercato Centrale Torino
🍽 Lunchtime? Enjoy traditional local cuisine in one of the typical Turin restaurants (the initiative is on the weekends but all the restaurants indicated are all typical cuisine and regularly open for lunch and dinner)
And in the afternoon?
🛍 Shop in the most beautiful streets of the city: from the arcades of Via Roma, to the luxury brands of Via Lagrange to via Garibaldi.
🍫 pamper yourself with a bicerin in one of our numerous historical cafés or a tasty Merenda Reale
🌅 Enjoy the colors of the sunset from Monte dei Cappuccini or travel on the historic rack tramway that connects Turin to the Basilica of Superga.
🍸 Turin is the city that gave birth to Vermouth and to the aperitif! End the day with this all-Turin ritual in one of the many clubs in the Quadrilatero, San Salvario or Piazza Vittorio Veneto.
And for any tourist information our offices in Piazza Castello and Piazza Carlo Felice are at your disposal 7/7!