The Best 2 Days in Turin Itinerary Visual Story

By Esme May


The Best 2 Days in Turin Itinerary Visual Story

This 2 days in Turin itinerary includes a chocolate stop, Baroque architecture, unique cuisine and...


Historic Sights and Museums

Your first day in Turin features many renowned European landmarks. However, before visiting the attractions...


DAY 1 - STOP 1


The most important meal of the day is breakfast! So the perfect way to start...


DAY 1 - STOP 2

Chiesa di Santa Maria del Monte dei Cappuccini

The construction of the Church of Santa Maria del Monte dei Cappuccini (Chiesa di Santa...

DAY 1 - STOP 3

Museo Egizio

The Museo Egizio, or Egyptian Museum, is the only museum outside Cairo solely devoted to...


DAY 1 - STOP 4

Madama Palace

Palazzo Madama, or Madama Palace, was designed by renowned architect Filippo Juvarra and is now...

DAY 1 - STOP 5

Vintage 1997

One of the best places to stop for lunch in Turin city centre is Vintage...


DAY 1 - STOP 6

Duomo di Torino

Also known as Turin Cathedral or the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist (Cattedrale di...

DAY 1 - STOP 7

Palazzo Reale di Torino

Constructed in the 16th century, the Royal Palace of Turin (Palazzo Reale di Torino) served...


DAY 1 - STOP 8

Museo Nazionale del Cinema

The fabulous National Museum of Cinema, or Museo Nazionale del Cinema, is five minutes away...


DAY 1 - STOP 9

Mole Antonelliana

After looking around the Museum of Cinema, you can explore the rest of Mole Antonelliana...


Top Attractions and Off-the-Beaten-Path Spots

You will see beautiful parks and historical buildings on the second day of your Turin...

DAY 2 - STOP 1

Convitto Cafe

Convitto Cafe is the perfect place to start your second day in Turin! The classic...

DAY 2 - STOP 2

La Venaria Reale

To get to La Venaria Reale, you have two choices: catch the express bus, which...


DAY 2 - STOP 3

Parco del Valentino

After exploring La Venaria Reale, head back across town by taking the express bus to...

DAY 2 - STOP 4

Pasticceria Bizzi

Located a five-minute walk from Parco del Valentino is Pasticceria Bizzi. This famous patisserie is...

DAY 2 - STOP 5

Castello del Valentino

After lunch, you will return to Parco del Valentino to see the Baroque Castle and...

DAY 2 - STOP 6

Piazza Vittorio Veneto

Piazza Vittorio Veneto is a charming square named after the Battle of Vittorio Veneto. The...

DAY 2 - STOP 7

Trattoria Da Dino

After your aperitivo, head down to San Vincenzo. You can walk, which will take about...

DAY 2 - STOP 8

Teatro Regio Torino

If you have a little time to spare in the evening, why not see an...



In Conclusion

If you've been wondering what to do in Turin in 2 days, this itinerary should...

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