Turin's deep love for coffee is reinstated by the different Italian coffee brands founded in the city (e.g.: Lavazza, Vergnano, Costadoro) and even Bialetti, the famous Italian percolator, was invented in Piedmont!
Many cultures in the world definitely share the coffee rite and many other Italian cities are famous for their cafés, however, only Turin really offers so many opportunities to enjoy coffee in a full royal way!
|Caffé Mulassano in Piazza Castello|
With so many beautiful historical coffee shops, many tours could easily be organized and visitors could enjoy a different coffees, hot chocolate or bicerin in each café.
|the authentic 18th century furniture of Al Bicerin|
|Baratti & Milano from the Galleria Subalpina|
One coffee tour could finish in Via Po, in the historical Caffé Fiorio which is famous for its gelato, merenda (afternoon snack) and apericena (tapas like meal) buffets. These buffets are rather rich and you can easily have your dinner there.
|Caffé Fiorio merenda (snack) buffet|