City Facts - Turin
Turin is a city in northern Italy. A business and cultural
centre rich in history, known for its restaurants, palaces, churches, opera
houses, piazzas, gardens, theatres, museums and galleries.
After Rome and Milan, Turin is considered one of Italy’s
strongest cities, economically, and is a hotbed for trade, commerce and
industry. It’s home to some of Italy’s top academic intuitions like the
University Turin, which make it an excellent place to relocate to as a family.
Its buildings and monuments are mix of Baroque,
Neo-Classical, Art Nouveau, Rococo and Renaissance architecture, and span
multiple centuries. Famous attractions include Palazzo Madama and Piazza San
The city’s transportation system consists of buses, trams,
and trains, all of which are run by the Gruppo Torinese Trasporti. Turin’s main
airport is situated in the commune Caselle Torinese.
The serviced apartments in Turin which SilverDoor offer are
of a high specification and great for business travel.