Turin

Turin


One of the best-equipped cities when it comes to accessibility, with abundant resources for people with disabilities - especially visual ones - that deserve to be enjoyed.

We will touch 50 century-old antiquities in Europe’s most important Egyptian museum, as well as the tactile landscapes of Palazzo Madama; we will climb the Mole Antonelliana, and explore the Cinema museum that is based there. We are going to find out the secrets of traditional chocolate-making, approach the mystery of the Holy Shroud and the outstanding creations of craftsmen in the Gran Balòn market. The Valentino river park will greet us in its medieval village, and the city will reveal its rich gastronomy made of flamboyant entrées and excellent wines, so that we may part from the North on a full stomach - as expected!




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