- Who we are
- Campuses and the Regional Network
- How to get there
- Travel to Italy
- About Piemonte and Torino
- Getting around Torino by car
- Getting around Torino by tram - autobus
- Getting around Torino by taxis
- Getting around Torino by metro
- Getting around Torino by bike
Torino is one of the world capital of taste.
Gianduiotti chocolates are the tempting symbol of the city: you can taste them in each pastry shop, which produces handmade pralines, chocolate creams, chocolate truffles, marron glaces and many others.
Piedmont is also a wine region. You can find wine both in its typical areas and in wine bars in Torino. In our Region there are 27.000 wine growers.
32% of the Region is made up of Monferrato, Langhe and Roero hills, home to some of the most internationally famous wines, such as Barolo and Asti Spumante and, together with Novara and Canavese hills, takes pride in producing forty-six DOC and eight DOCG wines.
Meeting point for new generations, even if it comes from one of the oldest tradition of Torino, is the aperitif: before having supper you can enjoy canapè, cocktail snacks and nibbles, together with your friends.