Thursday, May 26, 2016
Like in the past editions, it will take place in Turin the only Italian city that made it to the New York Times 52 places to visit in 2016!
As we would like to share our city and region with you together with our food, wine culture and way of life, Turin Epicurean Capital is a bilingual event and everybody is welcome to the morning round tables.
On June 22nd, 23rd and 24th at 11am in Teatro San Giuseppe in the Turin's La Salle campus, food and travel bloggers, authors, culinary and tourism professionals coming from all over the world will share their views and experience about food.
You can have a look at the 2016 guests on this link.
After each round table, our guests will enjoy Turin's the food and wine scene, enjoying our coffee shops, gelato, restaurants and bars!
Friday, May 20, 2016
Through the centuries Turin has always been one of the main centers where creative minds, intellectuals and innovators converged to. Maybe because of its clean 18th century architecture and polished elegance, the average Turin resident is generally quite into arts and always on the look for mental stimulation, literally of any kind.
So, it makes sense that Turin hosts many unique museums with incredible large collections you won't find in any other city!
These are the top 5 musuems you can't miss out on your first visit to Turin!
Friday, May 13, 2016
All wine lovers of the world! The first Italian word - after vino or wine, of course! - you must learn in Italian is: enoteca or wine shop ;)
Because we are always asked for wine shop recommendations, finally here you have our enoteca list.
Many grocery stores all around Italy sell some good wines, some chains, especially the downtown branches in Turin, also have small winery ones, but if you are looking for some special boutique wines, then just go to one of the following places where we shop ourselves :D
Friday, May 6, 2016
Our daily gelato consumption is following the rising temperatures these days. To be honest in Turin, we have access to amazingly creamy gelatos and the four seasons aren't really a limit to our gelato cravings, in fact, we have gelato - read: a ton of gelato, all year round.
However, we must admit that when the weather gets warmer we can have more than one gelato a day...
So here follows a list of our top 5 favorite gelato places in Turin!