The Egyptian Museum
The Mole Antonelliana
The Mole Antonelliana, the architectural symbol of Turin, was built in 1863 by Alessandro Antonelli. The building was originally meant to be a synagogue, but the Municipality of Torino bought it in 1878 with the intent of turning it into a monument to national unity. Construction was completed in 1889. At the time of its completion at 167.5 meters in height, it was the tallest masonry building in all of Europe.
The most important palace in the City of Turin, the Royal Palace is a symbolic place of power for the Savoys. With its 16th-century façade and its richly decorated interiors, it was the residence of the kings of Sardinia until 1859 and of Vittorio Emanuele II, king of Italy, until 1865. Learn more at www.ilpalazzorealeditorino.it.
The Palazzo Madama and Casaforte of Achaia is an architectural and historic complex located in the central Piazza Castello in Turin. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and part of the Savoy Residences. Also, it houses Turin's Museo Civico d'Arte Antica with a great collection of paintings, statues, church ornaments, porcelain and decorative art, mostly from the late Middle Ages to the 18th century. Learn more at www.palazzomadamatorino.it.
The Automobile Museum
The Automobile Museum is the only one of this kind in Italy. It also has one of the rarest and most interesting collections with almost 200 original cars dating from the mid-19th century to the present day and over eighty different makes of vehicle, from Italy, France, Great Britain, Germany, Holland, Spain, Poland and the United States. Learn more at www.museoauto.it.
Turin's second largest park is located along the west bank of the Po river, covering an area of 500,000m². The park includes The Botanical Gardens and Medieval Castle and Village. In addition, The Castle of Valentino can be found at this location. It is one of the Residences of the Royal House of Savoy featured in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1997 (today’s central building of the Architecture faculty of the Polytechnic University of Turin).
Castello di Rivoli
La Venaria Reale
The Palace of Venaria, which is part of the UNESCO Heritage List as a Savoy Residence, was built as a hunting base for the Royal members. It offers great expositions, concerts and events for the public, inside or in the incredible gardens. Learn more at www.lavenaria.it.
Cathedral of Superga
The Basilica di Superga is dedicated to the nativity of Mary. Erected by Filippo Juvarra between 1717 and 1731, it is situated in a strategic position. At the top of the 669-metre hill there is a large square where visitors can enjoy a magnificent view of all the city. It can be reached by a small tram that crosses the Natural Park of the Collina di Superga. Learn more at www.basilicadisuperga.com.
The National Cinema Museum
Allianz Stadium - J-Museum
The Allianz Stadium, known as the Juventus Stadium since July 2017, is a football stadium in the noth-west of Turin and the home of Serie A club Juventus Football Club. The stadium was built on the site of Juventus' and Torino's former home, the Stadio delle Alpi. Inside the J-Museum, you will find all the club’s history and triumphs.
Du Parc Contemporary Suites
Corso Massimo d'Azeglio,
21, 10126 Torino,