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Bardonecchia is one of the closest ski resorts to Turin, which makes it a good choice if you fancy a short ski break. This traditional town surrounding by pines and snowy peaks is a favourite with locals, and the après ski scene can get fairly lively on the weekends. It's also easy to stay in the centre of Turin, travelling out to the slopes.
Turin offers a seriously elegant Italian city experience, with pretty piazzas, wide tree-lined avenues, leafy parks and classical architecture. The Mole Antonelliana, a 167m tower topped with an aluminium spire, is one of the city's major landmarks and is now home to the National Cinema Museum.
The white-walled Royal Palace is a real sight to behold - both inside and out. This UNESCO World Heritage Site was originally built in the 16th century and was modernised in the 17th century. You should also tick the Egyptian Museum, the impressive Piazza Castello and Valentino Park off your list to make the most of any visit.
Lying beneath the hustle and bustle of Turin - fifteen metres below to be exact - you’ll find that time stands still. Take a tour deep underground and explore the tunnels of the citadel and the sub-cellars of Baroque palaces, learning about unsolved murders and visiting an old air-raid shelter.
Dine at one of the world’s oldest restaurants in Turin, the Michelin-starred Del Cambio has fed much of Italy’s royal family, not to mention Mozart, Nietzsche and Audrey Hepburn. This glorious dining palace, opened in 1757, was sympathetically refurbished in 2012 and has never looked - or tasted - better.
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A tour of Turin will see you taking in stunning architecture, beautiful fountains and elaborate landmarks, as well as a classy but lively nights cene. Contrast this with the vast mountain ranges, amazing snow conditions and pretty village resorts that can be seen from the city centre and it's clear that this is a destination which has it all. Whatever you want to see in and around Turin, Thomas Cook Airlines has cheap flights to get you there.