Colline di Torino
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Olah Otilia L
17 contributions
Mar 2019
One beautifull wiew of Torino city center.. the arhitectual is very imposant, the ordinate streets, squears,the movie museum Molle Antoneliana ...all impression under the Alpinian mountains....I'ts sure not bad wiew.. Like that
Written 25 November 2019
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Marina
Santa Fe, NM175 contributions
Apr 2019 • Solo
Torino sits in a cup of green hills on one side and white alps visible on the other. Spent a day in the hills with friends of a friend. Gorgeous old mansions, gigantic trees, winding roads, a mother wild boar followed by her babies crossing the road under a full moon.
Written 19 June 2019
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iravasilieva1971
Voronezh, Russia7 contributions
Apr 2017 • Solo
If you get a mountain bike this is the place. Few cities in Italy offer the possibility of going downhill... If it has rained wait for at least 3 days, because otherwise it will be muddy.
Written 1 May 2017
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vicpk
Perth, Australia442 contributions
Jan 2016 • Business
The views make the effort worth it, not easy to reach but if you have time to go, enjoy the view and take photos.
Written 20 June 2016
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the Phantom
Tonga63 contributions
Oct 2015
If you are lucky enough, during windy days, when there are no clouds and smog from the city, you can admire all the frontline of the Alps, West to East. You can see entrance to the Valley of Susa that is the main passage to reach France territory, and right on the left top peak, the Sacra of San Michele religious complex (a visit that I suggest to appreciate its beautiful architecture). Also visible mount Musinè and Monviso; below, the Castle of Rivoli, once Residence of the Royal House of Savoy, now guesting the Museum of Contemporary Arts of Turin. And the many other sites as the Mole Antonelliana in the centre. Awfully enough, this sight has been damaged permanently from the building of a couple of new skycrapes (wich I will not mention to not give them free publicity); so, if you intend to take a clean panorama picture, you should edit with Photoshop later on... Night vision as well, offer a fashinating sight with all the illuminated places (you will notice the largest street of the city, Corso Francia, that reach straight the city of Rivoli).
Written 24 May 2016
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delagioventu
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg1,208 contributions
May 2016 • Family
A bit of a drive over curvy roads. Nice area with villas galore. On the top, a big statue from the fascist era. View of the city, nice.
Written 17 May 2016
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Camelia Florescu
Bucharest, Romania537 contributions
Mar 2015
Breathtaking view, a bit chilly but nice view. A restaurant where you can enjoy a capuccino, nice plants and trees , but not much else.
Written 29 November 2015
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koutts
Melbourne, Australia146 contributions
Jan 2015
One of the many memorable experiences we had in Turin, this city just oozes charm,history.and iconic.
Written 29 September 2015
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MES767
Long Beach, CA57 contributions
Aug 2015 • Friends
The views and peace in the hills surrounding Torino are worth the 20 minute drive from the city center. Stop to photograph a sunset, the majestic Alps or the cherry blossoms - then take a walk in the Maddelena Park, or go mountain biking to the top and back down.
Written 24 August 2015
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Giorgio G
Washington DC, DC1,378 contributions
Jul 2015 • Solo
..I was invited for dinner to a friend's sister's home.. it's always fantastic to get up the steep roads behind the Church of the Gran Madre and feel like a rally driver while climbing up "La Collina", the hill as they call it here.. you can't help wondering how people can manage snow here, but they drive seemingly unfazed by any weather and they drive, fast.. If you don't mind people honking behind you for going too slow or worse, tailgating you, you will find several enchanting places along the road(s) where you can catch a glimpse of the city... the view is breathtaking, especially on a clear day, best if a little windy.. You will come across delightful places, like Villa della Regina, a summer retreat for some members of the royal family, open to the public; the park of Villa Genero, up to the park at La Maddalena, from where you can drive the short distance to the Basilica of Superga... If you have time and a car (a must), this will be a delightful afternoon trip..
Written 7 July 2015
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