the best view of turin from the top of the tower. A must for anyone visiting Turin. go early to avoid the queues
I really don't like heights but took the chance of going up the Mole Antonelliana by lift and, have to say, that it was really worth it! The views are superb and it wasn't as scary as I thought it would be.
There are two reasons to go inside the Mole Antonelliana. First you can visit the museum of cinema, which is hosted inside and you can go up with an elevator and admire the fantastic view of the whole city and the Alps. You can find everything inside, from restaurants, coffee shops and souvenir shops. Last time I was there in... More
Please buy a Torino and Piedmont card and use it to go to attractions like this. You will get to use the lift for the incredible views and see the lovely cinema museum. The museum is so quirky and you can even watch a film for a while in one of the comfy sofa's if your feet are aching a... More
Once the tallest building in the world, the dome of Mole Antonelliana can still be seen from almost everywhere in Turin, as this is not a city of tall buildings. The name comes as a tribute to its builder, Alessandro Antonelli, and it is surprisingly not placed in the middle of any garden or detached from other buildings in any... More
Looks amazing at night looking up from the city below. Don't know why but was disappointed the next day when I arrived to the viewing platform up top. Can't I get up any higher? There were stairs, but they were blocked off.
Actually I'm not that type of personality who loves museums and history! But Mole it's not like all ordinary museums! It's really funny! The art of cinema is explained step by step in best way ever! And there are lot of interesting things that makes you really enjoy this visit! The Mole Lift?! Well that's interesting that yo can see... More
The building it self its very big and impressive, it houses the cinema museum and its well worth a visit, the view from the top its great being the tallest structure in torinos center just make sure its a clear day
I did not go inside , but from the exterior it was impressive enough . I believe it started its life off as a would be Synagog and somewhere along the line switched to being something else. It had me thinking that the design was in some way inspired by the eiffel tower. Next time i visit Turin ill take... More
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