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Turin travel guide

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You're Going to Love Turin

Turin is a city of around a million inhabitants in the Piedmont region in northwest Italy. It was Italy's first capital and is home to the country's former royal family. Today, it is a city of handsome boulevards, parks, and galleries.

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When to Visit Turin

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Turin has a humid subtropical/continental climate with hot summers and cold, dry winters. Most visitors come in July and August.

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How to Get to Turin

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Where to Stay in Turin

Ostello Torino is located on Corso Giambone to the south of the city center in the former Winter Olympics athlete's village, with good public transport links to downtown. The Grand Hotel Sitea on Via Carlo Alberto has luxury rooms close to Piazza San Carlo.

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Shopping Streets

Via Roma is the place for upscale fashion and also chain store brands. Via Po is more alternative, with music stores and independent fashion outlets.

Groceries and Other

A quart of milk in Turin will cost around EUR1.10, and a dozen eggs is EUR2.09.

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Cheap meal
$20.45
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
$123.41
Single public transport ticket
Single public transport ticket
$2.56
Cappuccino
Cappuccino
$2.39

Where to Eat in Turin

Fratelli Pummaro on Via Principe Tommaso has some of the best pizzas in the city from EUR5. For a more upscale dining experience, Ristorante Del Cambio on Piazza Carignano offers traditional Piemontese dishes with set menus costing EUR100.