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Magazine: our blog about Turin

In our Magazine you can discover our city told by Turin and bloggers who stayed in our suites at the DUPARC.

To inspire you, to help you plan your holiday with us, in Turin!

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What to do in Turin when it rains

There is a vast number of films and shorts dedicated to cities and metropolises in the rain, but still none about Turin. And it’s a shame. Because Turin in the rain is an experience just waiting to be lived! So, what to do in Turin when it rains?


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The Savoy Royal Residences in Turin

They are very much loved by the people of Turin and a must-see destination for tourists. While you await to discover your favourite - and I assure you, you’ll be spoiled for choice - here is a rundown of just some of the Savoy Royal Residences of Turin.

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10 things to see in Turin

Turin is a magnificent city full of breathtaking squares, museums, monuments and churches, historical palaces, ancient cafeterias and, as a backdrop to all this wonder, the Alps stand out. If I intrigued you at least a little, I’ll introduce you to the Piedmontese capital and in particular the 10 things to see in Turin, or the attractions that you can not miss.

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Visit Turin, a 3-day itinerary

A 3-day itinerary to discover Turin, the Savoy Capital. Among iconic monuments, breathtaking views and galleries of yesteryear.

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What to do in San Salvario: the ultimate guide to the neighborhood

Laying on the left bank of the Po river, the district of San Salvario has gone from being a dangerous, unsafe neighborhood, to becoming one of the trendiest areas in the city and the beating heart of the nightlife in Turin. Let's find out more!

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A weekend in Turin: what to see when spending two days in the old capital of the Duchy of Savoy

Let there be no doubt, no city can be seen in just two days. Especially Turin. This may come as a surprise, but the old capital of the Duchy of Savoy is a city brimming with cultural museums, squares in which to while away the day, porticoes in which to enjoy a pleasant stroll, especially when it rains, historical cafés waiting to be sampled, and unique fountains...

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What to do on Valentine’s Day in Turin

When we think about Turin, we don’t immediately think of its romantic side. When we think about love, the first Italian cities to spring to mind are Florence and Venice. But do you know what? Don’t underestimate the romantic and passionate side of the ever more dynamic city of the House of Savoy

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