Historic cafés

The story of the Unification of Italy and of literature of the 1900s was largely written at the tables of cafés, quiet places whose atmosphere is still the same today.

Cavour and his followers decided on the fate of the country here, Alexandre Dumas came to them frequently in 1852, Guido Gozzano sat at their tables to observe the ladies struggling with their pastries, Cesare Pavese would ponder there, and in Nietzsche germinated the seed of madness…
 

If, while walking under the arcades in the town centre mid morning or afternoon, your eye is caught by the windows of pastry shops and historic cafés - places worth visiting just for their period furniture and the atmosphere of the real Torino - it is a must to give in to the temptations of the cakes, the small "bignè" and the hot drinks such as the "bicerin" (a typical beverage of Torino made up of bitter cocoa, coffee and cream), as well as "zabaione" and hot chocolate…

 

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