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As you explore the city streets, you'll be rubbing shoulders with roughly 850,000 proud residents.
The nation's capital, Rome, sits 320 miles southeast of Turin, while Pavarolo can be found 7 miles to the east.
Great family attractions such as the National Cinema Museum, Piscina Blue Park and Acqua Joy are guaranteed to get the little ones excited. And who knows, the grownups might just enjoy themselves too!
The San Michele Brewery is the place to be if downing a cold beer is your preferred way to round off the day. Enquire about tours or simply kick back and enjoy their original flavours and styles.
Fond of your wine? Then plan a day out at the Merenda con corvi and the Il Sogno nel Cassetto, where you'll get an insight into the winemaking process and, of course, sample a few drops.
Places like the Orto Botanico dell'Universita di Torino contribute to both local and international plant protection efforts. The unique species collection found here is both fascinating and strikingly displayed.
Take a breather from your hectic sightseeing schedule and get cosy on the grass at Valentino Park and Parco delle Vallere. There's also a good deal of fun to be had at Royal Gardens and Stupinigi Park.
The combination of fresh air and still water make Laghi di Avigliana Park and Lago Nero enjoyable places to spend a few hours.
Feeling disconnected from nature? Recharge and reconnect at Park of the Herd and Parco Naturale dei Laghi di Avigliana. Don't forget about Il Regno Del Sale either. The natural surroundings here are sure to impress.
Ask the helpful staff at the Galleria Sabauda or the Museum of the Automobile about guided tours. With so many enthralling exhibits, you'll want to be sure you don't miss out on anything. The Galleria Civica d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea and the Museum of the Cavalry are also leading options for museum enthusiasts.
Learn all about the latest in scientific innovation at Planetarium and the Astronomical Observatory of Pino Torinese. The journey of discovery doesn't have to stop there. The Palazzo dell’Accademia delle Scienze is chock-full of even more science gadgets and displays for you to explore.
As every traveller knows, our world is an amazing place. Nowhere is this more obvious than in the bursting display cases at the Museum of Natural Sciences and the Museo d’Antichità.
Art connoisseurs come from all over the globe to take in Turin's celebrated collections, and the Castello di Rivoli and the Galleria San Federico are often among the first stops on their lists. You should also look into what exhibitions are on show at the Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art and the MAO - Museo d'Arte Orientale.
If you want to understand the now, step back into the past! For an insight into the main characters and events that have helped make this region what it is today, don't miss the National Museum of the Italian Risorgimento.
Get a sense of times gone by when you pay a visit to the Mole Antonelliana and Turin Royal Palace. If that's not enough to satisfy the history buff in you, extend your sightseeing to Valentino Castle and Turin Cathedral.
Roam the border walls and get to know the mighty history of Rocca, a building that was instrumental in defending the region.
Villa della Regina and Turin Palazzo Madama have hosted some of Turin's most renowned people over the years. Palazzo Chiablese and Palazzo dal Pozzo della Cisterna are two more stately dwellings.
For a mythical escape, look up and marvel at the enchanting spectacle of Castle of Moncalieri and Royal Castle of Racconigi. Pralormo Castle and Miradolo Castle also look like they belong in the pages of a fairytale. If you're lucky, you might be able to catch a guided tour.
Anyone interested in the city's religious heritage should check out Basilica di Superga and Santa Cristina. Keen for an even deeper look into Turin's spiritual identity? Continue on to Church of the Brotherhood and Gran Madre Church.
Don't grab your passport just yet, there are still some worthwhile things to do! Have you visited the Royal Library and Lingotto Fiere yet? Or, visit, Lagrange 15 and the Parco Arte Vivente.