City of AncientsTurin is bursting with religious relics. The Turin Shroud is believed by millions to be the cloth that Christ was buried in leaving an imprint on the linen. Today, it is housed in the Cathedral of John the Baptist. The Holy Grail itself is believed to be buried in the Church of the Mother of God and the city is said to hold the secret key to solving Nostradamus' prophecies. Whatever you believe you should at least have a look at these esoteric treasures and many more during your stay at a Bed and Breakfast Turin.
City of DecadenceThe city has the second most important Egyptian museum, after Cairo. The House of Savoy prided themselves on their extensive collection of treasure and archaeological artifacts. While you are visiting a Bed and Breakfast Turin you should check it out and then maybe stroll down the Via Roma, Turin's luxurious shopping promenade to collect some modern day treasures of your own.
City of GastronomyGianduja, a paste made from hazelnuts and cocoa, was invented here leading to the development of the world famous Nutella. Chocolate is ubiquitous in the city as is its most popular hot drink, the Bicerin, a blend of chocolate, espresso and whipped cream. Maybe have an aperitif in one of the historic cafes on the Via Po. Gaspare Campari did his apprenticeship here and his bitter liqueur is popular in this part of Italy.
AirBnB TurinAn AirBnB Turin may seem like a smart choice for your vacation but we urge you to look into the options at Bed and Breakfast Turin. An AirBnB Turin may be economical but is lacking in service and that personal touch that can make your stay smooth and unforgettable.