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Eating like a King
Four great interpreters of contemporary Italian cuisine have transferred their food culture to the Royal Savoy Residences, blending the past with the present, tradition with innovation, high quality cuisine with art. An intuition that pleases tourists from Italy as well as those from abroad that brings ancient residences filled with charm back to life.
Open – air Museums
Contemporary Art is at home in Maglione, Ivrea, Torino, Piscina and Oulx. Buildings, urban spaces and green areas have been transformed into authentic open air museums thanks to works and experimentations by painters and sculptors representing the most significant artistic tendencies in 20th century Piemonte.
Outlet mon amour
Outlets are authentic commercial “citadels” that offer the most diverse possibilities for shopping fanatics and leisure. There are three active facilities in the Piemonte region: one in Serravalle Scrivia (in the province of Alessandria, the location of Europe’s largest outlet), another in Vicolungo and one more in Mondovì.
The street as a stage
Street theatre, aside from being an art form, is above all a life condition, a way of being that the artist expresses through performance and direct contact with the audience. The Piemonte region offers many opportunities to attend performances of this art whose origins can be traced back to the most remote of times.
Torino: discovering Liberty
Liberty style underwent such a great development in Torino between the late 19th and the early 20th centuries that it is considered Italy’s capital to this day. The Cit Turin district is not the only one that hides the “jewels” of Liberty, there are also noteworthy presences in other areas such as Crimea, San Salvario and Crocetta.
Love of truffle
There is an authentic “dealing room” around which composer Gioacchino Rossini, expert of typical Italian products like gorgonzola and panettone Christmas cakes, was defined as the Mozart of mushrooms. Prices vary according to the trend of the seasons: between 300 – 500 € per hectogram...
Vintage and typical product in Torino markets
The market mirrors social changes, it is a snapshot of man's evolution and history. Before being a place of exchange, the market is a meeting place for the entire community. “A town without markets - writer Tahar Ben Jelloun, who lives in Torino, says - is a dull place”.
Wishing for sun, wishing for gardens
When the nice weather returns, it’s the right time for a tour to discover many historical gardens. Piemonte offers various opportunities to lovers of “green tourism”. Some of Italy’s most beautiful historic gardens can be admired from Biella to Asti, from Cuneo to Alessandria and from Novara to Torino all the way to Verbano.