What is it really worthy seeing? I mean museums, shops, parks, markets, anything "alternative". Please do not tell me the Egyptian museum! That I have already seen :)
5 places I highly recommend
This shabby chic torteria offers the best home-made cakes in Turin and has recently started serving lunch. Opened from 7 am to 3 am over the weekends (1 am or 2 am from Monday to Thursday), Berlicabarbis is never quiet, especially in the luminous all-glass outside dehors.
This is the highest and most symbolic landmark of Turin. Originally conceived as a synagogue, the building hosts the Museo Nazionale del Cinema, whose best feature is its one-of-a-kind setup. There's also a panoramic lift which takes visitor up to the Mole’s balcony where you can enjoy a breathtaking view over the Alps.
You haven’t properly visited Turin unless you have had a taste of the bicerin, the one and only distinctive drink of the city. Served in this elegant, central cafè for the first time in 1763, its bittersweet aroma made of chocolate, coffee and cream won’t disappoint you. By the way, admire Piazza della Consolata while drinking it, it's great.
This brand new tower block, designed by Renzo Piano and close to Porta Susa station, is one of the greenest skyscrapers in Europe and offers a 360° view over the city. You can either have a dinner at its restaurant or a drink on the 37th floor!
The Museo Ettore Fico (MEF) is one of Turin’s newest contemporary art museum. Next to the Docks Dora, a very lively and strongly multi-ethnic peripheral area, it stands out for its futuristic architecture. A must-go for modern-art lovers!
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