The DUPARC Contemporary Suites is situated in the San Salvario district of Turin, just a short drive away from the main city attractions, the historic centre of Turin and 500 metres from the “Dante” metro stop.
Its strategic position is within easy reach of Turin’s main attractions and monuments. Not sure where to begin? Our receptionist will be happy to help!
The Egyptian Museum offers the opportunity to admire the most important collection of Egyptian antiquities in the world outside Egypt.
Symbol of the city, the Mole Antonelliana, was designed as a Synagogue but has been transformed into a monument dedicated to the national unity.
The National Cinema Museum is an unique museum and is housed inside the symbol of our city the Mole Antonelliana.
The Royal Palace was the first Royal Palace of Italy, permanently inhabited by Savoy until 1865. The palace preserves rooms, furnishings and works of art made between the 16th and 20th centuries.
The National Museum of Automobile it is a journey through the history of the automobile to tell its evolution from transport to object of worship
The“Central Park” of Turin is the largest and most famous park in the city centre. It houses the Valentino Castle, one of the Savoy Residences
The Baroque Palace, with its vast Gardens, is one of the most significant examples of the magnificence of the architecture and art of the XVIIth and XVIIth centuries.
The Allianz Stadium, also known as Juventus Stadium, is located in the north of the city on the border with Venaria Reale. Built where stood the older Stadio delle Alpi.
Things to do in Turin
A brief overview of the city
Turin was the first capital of modern day Italy. Elegantly aristocratic, it is one of the country’s most up-and-coming tourist destinations. With its impressive Alpine backdrop, the world-famous architect Le Corbusier regarded it as “the city with the most beautiful natural location in the world”.
Also known as the European capital of Baroque, Turin is an atypical Italian city. Many of its sites betray a clear French influence, such as its old-world cafés and grand boulevards, its world-class buildings and museums, and its leafy parks along the River Po.
However, not everyone knows that Turin is also a city teeming with magic. As the Italian capital of the occult, it is part both of the white magic triangle, along with Lyon and Prague, and of the black magic triangle, along with London and San Francisco.