The rich past of religious tradition in the area of Turin has always made it one of the top places for pilgrimages whether following in the tracks of the Social Saints or in discovery of the rich artistic heritage found in the churches, everyone will know to what they are drawn and respond to the discreet spiritual call of Turin's territory.

Or you can visit the Sacro Monte at Belmonte, a UNESCO world heritage site since 2003, in order to realise how art and nature enrich the paths of spirituality. And it should not be forgotten how the province of Turin is a place where different faiths and traditions meet: since the 12th century, the Waldensian Community has been living in the Pellice, Chisone and Germanasca Valleys, while the Jewish Community has been present in Turin since 1424.

In recent years, immigrants have further enriched this territory, particularly the Islamic culture.