Lively and elegant, always on the move, Torino is a city surrounded by greenery: gently resting on the hillside and embraced by the river Po, it owes much of its charm to its enchanting location at the foot of the western Alps.
Torino is a vibrant and dynamic city with plenty of things to see and to do: it boasts over 40 museums as well as the Savoy Royal Residences – UNESCO World Heritage Site; fascinating churches and places of worship and the mystery of the Holy Shroud; two thousand years of architecture along with modern design; contemporary art in its various forms and 18km of arcades for shopping in the city centre as well as Europe’s largest open-air market.
A great entrepreneurial ecosystem of excellences pervades the city where worldwide known companies in technology, manufacturing and creative field were born. After a century as an automotive capital, Torino has diversified its ambitions and focused on industries with high-knowledge content, giving great importance to research and innovation, in particular in the strategic areas promoted also at regional level such as automotive, ICT, aerospace, biomedical and high quality food.
Torino, a city investing in sport and wellbeing, provides many opportunities to professionals and sport amateurs. Moreover, from 2021 to 2025 it will host the ATP Tennis Finals, the prestigious tournament featuring the world’s best eight singles players and doubles teams of the season.
A perfect mix of culture, knowledge and innovation.
Castello di Masino