In Turin, the capital of the Piedmont region of northwest Italy, sports cars and chocolate are a matter of pride. The city is also home to the Museo Egizio, one of the most impressive collections of Egyptian artifacts in the world. A stroll around Piazza Castello and along the Via Roma encompasses many of the must-see sights. Valentino Park houses an 18th-century castle, botanic garden and medieval village. When you've worked up an appetite, sample casual trattorias for pastas, regional wines and coffees.
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Whether you’re visiting a centuries-old building or tasting an authentic bite in a cafe that dates back to the 1800s, you’re sure to find that the past is ever-present in northern Italy. Here are some spots every history-lover should visit.
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