Turin Honeymoon Activities

Top Things to Do for Honeymoon in Turin, Italy

Best Turin Honeymoon Activities

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  • William L
    Vienna, VA93 contributions
    The Basilica was great but the drive and view form Superga was outstanding. Gives you an amazing view of Turin with the mountains in the distance.
    Written August 19, 2021
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  • Blair U
    3 contributions
    A great thing to do when visiting Turin. Very beautiful with descriptions written in English so it’s very understandable.
    Written May 12, 2022
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  • chepaddy
    Edinburgh, UK6,972 contributions
    Well worth visiting this Turin landmark in its own right but also is the home of the national cinema museum.
    Initially thought it was going to be a boring museum but wonderful use of exhibits.
    Written May 21, 2022
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  • Hooray H
    London, UK2,257 contributions
    A beautiful old Grand square just outside the Plazzo Reale.
    It is lined with lovely old buildings.
    Quite unlike many other cities.
    Written December 18, 2020
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  • piglette777
    Worcester, UK159 contributions
    Worth an hour or two. Quite busy, but lovely riverside walk. Food kiosks if you want them, and a recreated medieval village worth exploring too.
    Written October 24, 2021
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  • drmader
    Orinda, CA1,972 contributions
    Loved the impact of this huge piazza..reminded me of Madrid’s Puerta del
    Sol or even San Marcos in Venice Clean and arched and storied . Best view from
    Hermes window.. great cafes and beautiful
    Courtyards , plants and architecture. Va bene
    Written May 18, 2022
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  • drlcs1
    281 contributions
    The panoramic view from the church over looking the city of Turin set in the foreground of the alps is breathtaking. We had the good fortune of clear crisp weather and it was well worth the detour. The rating is based on the view from the church
    Written December 7, 2021
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  • Chris G
    50 contributions
    Showpiece par excellence for Guarini and Juvarra. Additional interest provided by sacristy and the gallery of ex-voto paintings.
    Written March 22, 2022
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  • drmader
    Orinda, CA1,972 contributions
    Not as fancy as Vendome In Paris but had that feeling of the main plaza near the main attractions… Must be the size of
    San Marcos square in Venice or costa del
    Sol in Madrid or main plaza in Salamanca … huge..I thought san Carlo was big until I got here . Beautiful shady stroll
    From
    Palazzo Reale to the Po .
    Written May 19, 2022
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  • drmader
    Orinda, CA1,972 contributions
    Baroque intimate small and cool
    Church so come in and sit and cool
    Down on a hot day, contemplate the ceilings and cupola . Beautiful
    Written May 18, 2022
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  • B d A
    Athens, Greece757 contributions
    Historic street with emblematic outlets and most importantly major monumental edifices on either end. What recontextualises most italian cities lacking that blend. Neither very long nor slack at any part, Piazza Castello and San Carlo to be explored too. Turinese architecture and sequential fusion with the modernis 30's. Outlets of Hermes caliber and status in a crisp and clean historic setting.
    Written September 2, 2021
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  • ian1811
    Scotland, UK492 contributions
    Well worth the 15 min walk from the centre of Turin to go and visit. As with all these old buildings not as sharp as they once were, but you still get a wow monment when you go in. Some bits were undergoing restoration while we were there. The gardens are lovely to wander around and again not as sharp as their heyday.
    Written April 20, 2022
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  • rleNewEngland
    New England485 contributions
    This museum is doable in an hour or two. It has richly decorated rooms, religious artwork, extensive ceramics and a nice view from it's rustic towers....which are accessible by stairs or elevator. The grand staircases near the entrance were not open the day we visited.
    Written October 4, 2019
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  • pfc302
    Chester-le-Street, UK349 contributions
    Visited here to get some pictures of Italian architecture. Go glad we visited early as the crowds quickly made getting good pictures quite difficult. Nevertheless it was certainly worth the visit .Really interesting place and would urge others to visit.
    Written February 9, 2022
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  • LakridsKaffe
    United Kingdom114 contributions
    My only regret is not checking the opening hours better - we arrived just as the church closed! However, we did get to enjoy the stunning view from the top of the hill, and that alone made it worth the trip. When you stand and see the beautiful city before you, you can only be amazed.

    The building itself is looking a bit in disrepair which could be due to works halting during Covid. But the surrounding areas offer a lot of nature trails and opportunity for nice walks in the sun, so I'd definitely recommend visiting in the summer. Do bring a jacket - the wind can be bitter!
    Written September 29, 2020
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