Turin Flights GuideThis city in the Piedmont region of northern Italy gave the world the concept of eating chocolate as we know it today: in solid bars and pieces. So if for nothing else, this place is worth a visit just to sample its chocolate! However, Turin offers many other enticing attractions: the Piazza Castello, the Palazzo Reale, the Mole Antonelliana, which is a historic tower that also holds the National Museum of Cinema, and the Museo Egizio, an Egyptian museum housed in a palace.
There is train service to and from Turin to Milan, differing from Turin with its fast-paced, modern lifestyle and focus on fashion.
Summers in Turin are warm and winters are cold but relatively mild; the temperature almost never dips below freezing. July and August are typically the warmest months, while late summer and early fall (September/October) can get rainy and slightly cooler. There isn't really a bad time to visit Turin. Summer is typically the best time since it's the warmest, and if you happen to go in late June, you can catch the Festa di San Giovanni on June 24. Or try to catch the annual Chocolate Festival (CioccolaTo) in March.
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