Turin played host to the Olympic Winter Games in 2006, but the city is home to one of the Catholic church’s most treasured relics – so it’s been a destination for religious pilgrims and the curious alike for quite a long time. In addition to the Shroud of Turin, however, the city of Turin (Torino in Italian) is also known for its culinary contributions – notably in the chocolate world. The famous chocolate-hazelnut gianduia comes from Turin – and the company that makes Nutella is based here.
The center of Turin is relatively small, but it still makes sense to book a hotel that’s close enough to a few attractions that you can walk to them easily. Using the map below you can see exactly where the hotels are located in the city.