Friday, December 15, 2023

Turin feeling

Happy Holidays πŸŽ„from Turin and may 2024 be a lucky year πŸ€to all of you who have been following us for all these years!


the Turin Royal Palace with its little Christmas wood


Friday, November 24, 2023

Piedmont = cashmere

Cashmere, castles, chocolate and wine

Welcome to Piedmont, amici!


Amici, close your eyes and imagine a region nested in the Italian Alps with brooks and rivers of unique composition and purity. 


on a clear day you can see the Alps anywhere in Turin

Tuesday, October 24, 2023

Turin for ladies

Turin makes the best destination for couples, families, friends, solo travelers, LGBTQAI+ and naturally for women travelers too.


unapologetically: wine and crystal chandeliers, this is Turin

Friday, September 22, 2023

Turin synagogue

Everyone knows Italy is a Roman Catholic country with some religious minorities. Many Italophiles are aware of the ghetto in Rome and Venice but very few people know that the Italian Jews have been living in the boot since the Roman times!


the beautiful Moorish Turin synagogue

Friday, July 28, 2023

L'Erm winery

Follow us in our winery visit and wine tasting at L'Erm the winery of Turinepi's long time friend Jyothi Aimino in the Canavese wine district here in Piedmont.

Scroll down for our wine analysis and watch this beautiful reel here



Tuesday, June 27, 2023

Tuesday, May 30, 2023

Artist club

Turin is a treasure chest full of unique secret places that will always amaze you! To be honest, most of these gems are unknown to many locals too and are far too often disregarded... So today we are bringing you to the Turin's Artist Club or Circolo Degli Artisti.


Circolo degli Artisti e Circolo dei Lettori (different floors)


This is one of the oldest artist clubs in Italy founded in 1847 by a group of artists who wanted to meet regularly to contribute to the growth of literature and arts. Over the years, this club moved to different locations but when it reached 779 members in 1858, it moved to Via Bogino 9, in the 17the century Palazzo  Granieri della Roccia that hosted it till 2018. Today, you can still enjoy an elegant lunch or dinner and visit the Club's library in the Circolo degli Artisti's old headquarters. 

Friday, April 28, 2023

St Rocco and his dog

This post is for all dog and animal lovers who also happen to appreciate art and architecture.

Today we are exploring the church of Saint Rocco near pedestrian Via Garibaldi, in Via San Francesco d'Assisi 1, clue number 1 about the life of this saint πŸ˜‰




Friday, March 31, 2023

Ms Sharma of Piedmont

We started preparing turinepi22 one year ago these days and the first person we interviewed was our very own "Ms Sharma of Piedmont" aka Jyothi Aimino.

If you are a fan of Bridgerton and have been a Turinepi follower for quite some time, by now you know most of Jyothi Aimino's story.


Jyothi Aimino with Lucia of Turinepi

Tuesday, February 28, 2023

St. Augustine Church

 More than ever the world need the collective prayers to restore peace, democracy and human rights in too many parts of the world, thus we are resuming our church pilgrimage in Turin with one of the many little churches in the Roman lanes, downtown Turin: Chiesa di Sant'Agostino in Via Sant'Agostino at the corner with Via Santa Chiara, near pedestrian Via Garibaldi.

First of all put Via Sant'Agostino on your Turin eatery list as you will find plenty and for all tastes and needs! This lane connects Via Garibaldi to Piazza Emanuele Filiberto where more trendy eateries are located. In fact, as the temperatures go up, Piazza Emanuele Filiberto gets a distinct Montmartre atmosphere highly loved by both locals and visitors.

Saturday, January 28, 2023

January Turin style

We happily greeted 2023 and welcome the year of the rabbit / cat and now we are enjoying Carnival - our Mardi Gras season here in Turin, munching on fritters and sipping hot chocolate.

As it feels that our BC or before Covid19 life was a century ago, to read what our old normal click here.