It may be the home of Fiat, but Torino (the moniker used for the city) isn’t all about factories and workers' housing anymore. Torino is one of Italy's hottest cities thanks to a thriving literary scene, a happening music scene, some of Italy's most famous clubs and cafes, a host of fine film directors working in the city and more.
With its stellar view of the Alps to the north and west, its stunning baroque architecture and tons of parks it is the place to be.
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The Egyptian museum (second only to Cairo), the Risorgimento museum, the Royal Palace and the Palazzo Madama, Torino has its share of marvellous museums. The Galleria Sabauda houses art treasures of the royal Savoy clan, the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, the Museum of Contemporary Art at Rivoli, the Civic Museum of Modern Art, the Agnelli's art gallery at Lingotto and the temporary exhibits at Palazzo Bricherasio – Turin has it all.
Art found in the baroque churches, like the stellar San Lorenzo and the twin churches of Santa Cristina and San Carlo, among others, and the fabulous baroque architecture of Filippo Juvarra and Guarino Guarini, from the basilica of Superga to the rolling wave façade of Palazzo Carignano, which was home to the first Italian parliament.
The city has has 11 miles of portico-covered sidewalks. If you're looking to see the shroud, don't get your hopes up. It's brought out only once every 25 years. You can see the chapel in the Duomo where the shroud is kept and there's also a museum of the shroud nearby.