Just a few steps away from LOOK TO, this is the perfect museum for furniture and antique lovers. The Accorsi museum is in fact a succession of rooms full of unique furniture and furnishings that will fill your eyes with wonder.
Home to the National Museum of Cinema, it is a real journey through the seventh art, from its origins to our days. Don’t miss a ride on the glass elevator: it will give you the thrill of the ascent inside the Mole and a magnificent view of Turin from above.
There are many historic cafés in the city centre, but for a coffee and a sandwich you can’t miss these two places and their delights. Look carefully around you, here every detail is pure historic elegance.
Baratti & Milano
A shopping gallery designed in the 19th century by the architect Pietro Carrera. This gallery will bring you back to the past thanks to its elegant atmosphere that mixes different architectural styles.
If Turin is the city with the most important museum of Egyptian artefacts after Cairo, we must not forget that it was also one of the most important places of the Italian Risorgimento and this museum is a testament to that.
Have you ever had an aperitif at the chemist’s? This venue, which was once a pharmacy, is the right place to try and it is right next to the historic restaurant where Count Cavour used to eat.
For a pleasant walk along a long street without any traffic surrounded by luxury shops.