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The weather in Turin
The above is a climate diagram for Metropolitan City of Turin. July is the warmest month in Turin with average maximum temperatures of 26°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Turin, with temperatures going under 1°. The wettest month is May with 13 rainy days on average. On the contrary, there is an average of only 4 rainy days in December, which is the driest month.
Your holiday home in the Province of Turin looks out onto the Alps
Against the grandiose backdrop of the Alps, your holiday home in the Province of Turin is Italy with a Parisian twist.
Traditional dining in Turin
Banco vini e alimenti is all about tapas-like small plates in a casual ambiance. Meanwhile, the Sapori di Tassinari is about as authentically Italian a family-run pasta shop as ever you're likely to find. Choose from a fabulous selection of fresh pasta dishes, from Sardinian ricotta and mint stuffed beauties to vegan take away options.
The most reverend of Turin's cafes is Al Bicerin which was founded in 1763. It's named after its signature drink, a calorific yet wonderful concoction of coffee, chocolate and cream. Nietzsche once dined here, along with Savoy royalty and Turin's working class.
Art and Egyptian artefacts
Beneath a sea of terracotta rooftops, spires and steeples, Turin's boulevards and art nouveau cafes compete for your attention. The cultural institutions of the city are almost as numerous. Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art is part of the city's burgeoning contemporary art scene. It has since become a contender for Italy's top spot, along with Venice, Rome and Milan. Past exhibitions have included world famous a-listers like Gilbert and George and Sophie Calle.
Museo Egizio houses the most important collection of Egyptian artefacts outside of Cairo itself. Look Ramases II in the face, and pore over the world's largest collection of papyrus, as well as more than 500 funeral objects.
Palaces and domes
The Palace of Venaria is one of the world's largest palaces. The ostentatious Baroque building was built in 1675 as a hunting lodge for the whimsical Duke of Savoy. The UNESCO listed building is well worth touring for some regal ambiance.
Next, check out Basilica di Superga which is dedicated to the Virgin Mary. Vittorio Amedeo II promised to construct a religious building if Turin was saved from marauding armies from France and Spain.
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