Turin as history, Turin as the first capital of Italy, Turin as the great industrial center, Turin as leading hub for art and culture: each period corresponds to a different identity that has left a sign in the city’s portrait, as well as in its cultural, architectonic, monumental background.
Fourth city after Rome, Milan and Naples for its inhabitants, Turin is one of the major university, cultural, touristic and scientific centers and third economical pole of the country. It has hosted the XX Winter Olympics in 2006, has been the World Design Capital in 2008, was classified as “City with three stars” in 2009 by the Michelin Guide, together with Florence, Venice and Rome, became the cornerstone of the celebrations dedicated to the 150th anniversary of Italy’s unification in 2011, and hosted the World Masters Games in 2013… A persistent parcours that has given Turin the chance to enter in the main touristic circuits and MICE.
Lingotto Fiere and the city will know how to welcome you at best thanks to its easy access from all Europe, the high quality accommodations at very competitive rates, the rich cultural agenda, and the quality of its traditional cuisine.
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Turismo Torino e Provincia Convention Bureau