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Lifestyle Journal

Live Like a Torinese:

One Day in the Hidden Gem of Italy

"Without Italy, Turin would be more or less the same. But without Turin, Italy would be very different." Umberto Eco

Turin contains multitudes: a city that’s both industrial and artistic, ancient and modern, an amazing place of history and beauty where you can experience the authentic Italian lifestyle at its absolute best.

Torino is the northernmost major city in Italy, facing the majestic Alps and constantly caressed by its breeze. Yet, the city feels Mediterranean, with an atmosphere reminiscent of a southern flair that couldn't be more different from the hectic, metropolitan style of nearby Milan.

Nestled between the Po River and the Alps, Turin was a major national and European political centre for centuries. It was the first capital of unified Italy (the Kingdom of Italy), and the then-governing House of Savoy built majestic palaces and a modern infrastructure to celebrate the city’s importance.

Like most Italian cities, Turin went through a series of significant historical changes that determined its architecture and aura. It was one of the country's first and most industrialised cities between the end of the 19th century and the early 20th century; together with Milan, Turin and its industry laid the foundations for the post-war Italian miracolo industriale: it is, to this day, a crucial crossroad for industry, commerce, and trade.

If you’re looking for inspiration for your next trip to Turin, here's what you can do in 24 hours in the “little Paris” of Italy.


Breakfast at Farmacia Del Cambrio

Breakfast at Farmacia Del Cambio is an unmissable experience when visiting Turin and the best way to start your day trip. The timeless design and atmosphere of the venue match perfectly with the exquisite delicacies and excellent coffee you’ll find in this unique boutique. A cornerstone for tourists and locals alike, Farmacia Del Cambio is a sweet and savoury food laboratory that will enhance your body and spirit before starting your city trip.

"Without Italy, Turin would be more or less the same. But without Turin, Italy would be very different." Umberto Eco

"Without Italy, Turin would be more or less the same. But without Turin, Italy would be very different." Umberto Eco

Sometimes, a leather belt can enliven your style like nothing else: a garment that will enhance the quality of any outfit and that you'll love wearing for years to come.

Leather belts of the highest quality ensure durability and uniqueness for your everyday wardrobe. They hold their shape nicely and adapt easily, becoming more comfortable over time and providing a stylish look even after countless uses.

They’re also highly versatile garments that fit perfectly with both casual and formal attires. You won’t need a plethora of belts, as long as you own a few in neutral colours to put on that will work on any occasion.

Today we’ll look into what makes our handcrafted leather belts unique and why they’re the ultimate choice to enhance all kinds of styles.

Turin contains multitudes: a city that’s both industrial and artistic, ancient and modern, an amazing place of history and beauty where you can experience the authentic Italian lifestyle at its absolute best.

Torino is the northernmost major city in Italy, facing the majestic Alps and constantly caressed by its breeze. Yet, the city feels Mediterranean, with an atmosphere reminiscent of a southern flair that couldn't be more different from the hectic, metropolitan style of nearby Milan.

Nestled between the Po River and the Alps, Turin was a major national and European political centre for centuries. It was the first capital of unified Italy (the Kingdom of Italy), and the then-governing House of Savoy built majestic palaces and a modern infrastructure to celebrate the city’s importance.

Like most Italian cities, Turin went through a series of significant historical changes that determined its architecture and aura. It was one of the country's first and most industrialised cities between the end of the 19th century and the early 20th century; together with Milan, Turin and its industry laid the foundations for the post-war Italian miracolo industriale: it is, to this day, a crucial crossroad for industry, commerce, and trade.

If you’re looking for inspiration for your next trip to Turin, here's what you can do in 24 hours in the “little Paris” of Italy.

Sometimes, a leather belt can enliven your style like nothing else: a garment that will enhance the quality of any outfit and that you'll love wearing for years to come.

Leather belts of the highest quality ensure durability and uniqueness for your everyday wardrobe. They hold their shape nicely and adapt easily, becoming more comfortable over time and providing a stylish look even after countless uses.

They’re also highly versatile garments that fit perfectly with both casual and formal attires. You won’t need a plethora of belts, as long as you own a few in neutral colours to put on that will work on any occasion.

Today we’ll look into what makes our handcrafted leather belts unique and why they’re the ultimate choice to enhance all kinds of styles.

Sometimes, a leather belt can enliven your style like nothing else: a garment that will enhance the quality of any outfit and that you'll love wearing for years to come.

Leather belts of the highest quality ensure durability and uniqueness for your everyday wardrobe. They hold their shape nicely and adapt easily, becoming more comfortable over time and providing a stylish look even after countless uses.

They’re also highly versatile garments that fit perfectly with both casual and formal attires. You won’t need a plethora of belts, as long as you own a few in neutral colours to put on that will work on any occasion.

Today we’ll look into what makes our handcrafted leather belts unique and why they’re the ultimate choice to enhance all kinds of styles.

Turin contains multitudes: a city that’s both industrial and artistic, ancient and modern, an amazing place of history and beauty where you can experience the authentic Italian lifestyle at its absolute best.

Torino is the northernmost major city in Italy, facing the majestic Alps and constantly caressed by its breeze. Yet, the city feels Mediterranean, with an atmosphere reminiscent of a southern flair that couldn't be more different from the hectic, metropolitan style of nearby Milan.

Nestled between the Po River and the Alps, Turin was a major national and European political centre for centuries. It was the first capital of unified Italy (the Kingdom of Italy), and the then-governing House of Savoy built majestic palaces and a modern infrastructure to celebrate the city’s importance.

Like most Italian cities, Turin went through a series of significant historical changes that determined its architecture and aura. It was one of the country's first and most industrialised cities between the end of the 19th century and the early 20th century; together with Milan, Turin and its industry laid the foundations for the post-war Italian miracolo industriale: it is, to this day, a crucial crossroad for industry, commerce, and trade.

If you’re looking for inspiration for your next trip to Turin, here's what you can do in 24 hours in one of the most beautiful Italian cities.


Breakfast at Farmacia Del Cambio

Breakfast at Farmacia Del Cambio is an unmissable experience when visiting Turin and the best way to start your day trip. The timeless design and atmosphere of the venue match perfectly with the exquisite delicacies and excellent coffee you’ll find in this unique boutique. A cornerstone for tourists and locals alike, Farmacia Del Cambio is a sweet and savoury food laboratory that will enhance your body and spirit before starting your city trip.

Our calf leather belts are the embodiment of timeless charm: built from full-grain vegetable tanned leather from Santa Croce. They will only get better with age and will last a lifetime, enriching your wardrobe and heightening the elegance of your formal outfits, but will also enhance your jeans and everyday style. The nubuck leather at the back of the belt adds a touch of understated luxury that won’t go unnoticed.

The calf leather offers the best durability and quality that will stand the test of time. Our reversible calf leather belts are essentially two belts in one, becoming the ideal choice for travellers also thanks to the luxury dust bag to store it.

Take a stroll in Giardini Reali
Palazzo Reale

The Royal Palace of Turin was built in the sixteenth century by the House of Savoy and was later modernised by the Baroque architect Filippo Juvarra. The Palazzo Reale became a museum in 1946 and today hosts an impressive array of artworks and archaeological treasures. The royal gardens surrounding the northern and eastern sides of the palace are just as spectacular: designed in 1697 by André Le Nôtre (who also designed the gardens of Versailles), the Giardino Reale is an idyllic spot in the city centre where you can relax for some time before your next destination.

Our calf leather belts are the embodiment of timeless charm: built from full-grain vegetable tanned leather from Santa Croce. They will only get better with age and will last a lifetime, enriching your wardrobe and heightening the elegance of your formal outfits, but will also enhance your jeans and everyday style. The nubuck leather at the back of the belt adds a touch of understated luxury that won’t go unnoticed.

The calf leather offers the best durability and quality that will stand the test of time. Our reversible calf leather belts are essentially two belts in one, becoming the ideal choice for travellers also thanks to the luxury dust bag to store it.

Take a stroll in Giardini Reali
Palazzo Reale

The Royal Palace of Turin was built in the sixteenth century by the House of Savoy and was later modernised by the Baroque architect Filippo Juvarra. The Palazzo Reale became a museum in 1946 and today hosts an impressive array of artworks and archaeological treasures. The royal gardens surrounding the northern and eastern sides of the palace are just as spectacular: designed in 1697 by André Le Nôtre (who also designed the gardens of Versailles), the Giardino Reale is an idyllic spot in the city centre where you can relax for some time before your next destination.

Lunch Galleria Subalpina
Baratti & Milano

At Galleria Subalpina, there’s a bistro where time travel is included in the price. An iconic restaurant that seems to bring you back to the 18th Century, Cafè Baratti & Milano offers delicious food and probably the best coffee you can find in Turin, in an atmosphere that you’ll never forget. Once here, make sure you try the original taste of the ‘Bicerin’, the local hot drink made with espresso, drinking chocolate, and milk loved by Pablo Picasso, Alexandre Dumas and Ernest Hemingway.


San Federico Gallery &

Cinema Lux

The San Federico Gallery was built in the 1930s to create a modern commercial hub in the city: since then, it's been the epitome of Turin’s lifestyle, modernity, and dynamism: a place for entertainment, business and leisure in the city’s heart.

The Galleria San Federico hosts the historical Cinema Lux, probably Turin’s most famous cinema. Built in 1934 and renovated in 2004, Cinema Lux still maintains the aura of timelessness and luxury envisioned by its original architects, Eugenio Corte and Giovanni Canova. The elegant marble on the floors and walls and the subtle luxury radiating from the furniture make Cinema Lux the perfect place for an unforgettable afternoon at the cinema.

Aperitivo at Caffè Torino

Caffè Torino is for those who want to experience the authentic Piedmontese aperitif surrounded by the charm of the past and the unique Savoy elegance. For over 100 years, the luxurious windows, majestic chandeliers, and precious marbles welcomed intellectuals, royals, and showbiz stars alike. The perfect way to end a day trip in Turin is to experience Caffè Torino’s exquisite delicatessen and sip a delicious negroni, while overlooking the magnificent arcades of Piazza San Carlo.

 

Discover Fall/Winter Torinese Campaign.


Lunch Galleria Subalpina
Baratti & Milano

At Galleria Subalpina, there’s a bistro where time travel is included in the price. An iconic restaurant that seems to bring you back to the 18th Century, Cafè Baratti & Milano offers delicious food and probably the best coffee you can find in Turin, in an atmosphere that you’ll never forget. Once here, make sure you try the original taste of the ‘Bicerin’, the local hot drink made with espresso, drinking chocolate, and milk loved by Pablo Picasso, Alexandre Dumas and Ernest Hemingway.

Our calf leather belts are the embodiment of timeless charm: built from full-grain vegetable tanned leather from Santa Croce. They will only get better with age and will last a lifetime, enriching your wardrobe and heightening the elegance of your formal outfits, but will also enhance your jeans and everyday style. The nubuck leather at the back of the belt adds a touch of understated luxury that won’t go unnoticed.

The calf leather offers the best durability and quality that will stand the test of time. Our reversible calf leather belts are essentially two belts in one, becoming the ideal choice for travellers also thanks to the luxury dust bag to store it.

San Federico Gallery & Cinema Lux

The San Federico Gallery was built in the 1930s to create a modern commercial hub in the city: since then, it's been the epitome of Turin’s lifestyle, modernity, and dynamism: a place for entertainment, business and leisure in the city’s heart.

The Galleria San Federico hosts the historical Cinema Lux, probably Turin’s most famous cinema. Built in 1934 and renovated in 2004, Cinema Lux still maintains the aura of timelessness and luxury envisioned by its original architects, Eugenio Corte and Giovanni Canova. The elegant marble on the floors and walls and the subtle luxury radiating from the furniture make Cinema Lux the perfect place for an unforgettable afternoon at the cinema.

Our calf leather belts are the embodiment of timeless charm: built from full-grain vegetable tanned leather from Santa Croce. They will only get better with age and will last a lifetime, enriching your wardrobe and heightening the elegance of your formal outfits, but will also enhance your jeans and everyday style. The nubuck leather at the back of the belt adds a touch of understated luxury that won’t go unnoticed.

The calf leather offers the best durability and quality that will stand the test of time. Our reversible calf leather belts are essentially two belts in one, becoming the ideal choice for travellers also thanks to the luxury dust bag to store it.

After ensuring the leather's quality is up to our high standards, we start producing a new belt by cutting a leather strap. Embracing the traditional techniques of Italian craftsmanship, the procedure is laborious but reduces the amount of leather’s waste to a minimum.

Next comes the skiving of the leather, a delicate process that gives fine leather belts a comfortable feel and softness.

Aperitivo at Caffè Torino

Caffè Torino is for those who want to experience the authentic Piedmontese aperitif surrounded by the charm of the past and the unique Savoy elegance. For over 100 years, the luxurious windows, majestic chandeliers, and precious marbles welcomed intellectuals, royals, and showbiz stars alike. The perfect way to end a day trip in Turin is to experience Caffè Torino’s exquisite delicatessen and sip a delicious negroni, while overlooking the magnificent arcades of Piazza San Carlo.

 

Discover Fall/Winter Torinese Campaign.


Turin contains multitudes: a city that’s both industrial and artistic, ancient and modern, an amazing place of history and beauty where you can experience the authentic Italian lifestyle at its absolute best.

Torino is the northernmost major city in Italy, facing the majestic Alps and constantly caressed by its breeze. Yet, the city feels Mediterranean, with an atmosphere reminiscent of a southern flair that couldn't be more different from the hectic, metropolitan style of nearby Milan.

Nestled between the Po River and the Alps, Turin was a major national and European political centre for centuries.

Like most Italian cities, Turin went through a series of significant historical changes that determined its architecture and aura. It was one of the country's first and most industrialised cities between the end of the 19th century and the early 20th century; together with Milan, Turin and its industry laid the foundations for the post-war Italian miracolo industriale: it is, to this day, a crucial crossroad for industry, commerce, and trade.

If you’re looking for inspiration for your next trip to Turin, here's what you can do in 24 hours in the “little Paris” of Italy.


Breakfast at Farmacia Del Cambio

Breakfast at Farmacia Del Cambio is an unmissable experience when visiting Turin and the best way to start your day trip. The timeless design and atmosphere of the venue match perfectly with the exquisite delicacies and excellent coffee you’ll find in this unique boutique. A cornerstone for tourists and locals alike, Farmacia Del Cambio is a sweet and savoury food laboratory that will enhance your body and spirit before starting your city trip.

Take a stroll in Giardini Reali
Palazzo Reale

The Royal Palace of Turin was built in the sixteenth century by the House of Savoy and was later modernised by the Baroque architect Filippo Juvarra. The Palazzo Reale became a museum in 1946 and today hosts an impressive array of artworks and archaeological treasures. The royal gardens surrounding the northern and eastern sides of the palace are just as spectacular: designed in 1697 by André Le Nôtre (who also designed the gardens of Versailles), the Giardino Reale is an idyllic spot in the city centre where you can relax for some time before your next destination.

Lunch Galleria Subalpina
Baratti & Milano

At Galleria Subalpina, there’s a bistro where time travel is included in the price. An iconic restaurant that seems to bring you back to the 18th Century, Cafè Baratti & Milano offers delicious food and probably the best coffee you can find in Turin, in an atmosphere that you’ll never forget. Once here, make sure you try the original taste of the ‘Bicerin’, the local hot drink made with espresso, drinking chocolate, and milk loved by Pablo Picasso, Alexandre Dumas and Ernest Hemingway.

San Federico Gallery & Cinema Lux

The San Federico Gallery was built in the 1930s to create a modern commercial hub in the city: since then, it's been the epitome ofTurin’s lifestyle, modernity, and dynamism: a place for entertainment, business and leisure in the city’s heart.

The Galleria San Federico hosts the historical Cinema Lux, probably Turin’s most famous cinema. Built in 1934 and renovated in 2004, Cinema Lux still maintains the aura of timelessness and luxury envisioned by its original architects, Eugenio Corte and Giovanni Canova. The elegant marble on the floors and walls and the subtle luxury radiating from the furniture make Cinema Lux the perfect place for an unforgettable afternoon at the cinema.

Aperitivo at Caffè Torino

Caffè Torino is for those who want to experience the authentic Piedmontese aperitif surrounded by the charm of the past and the unique Savoy elegance. For over 100 years, the luxurious windows, majestic chandeliers, and precious marbles welcomed intellectuals, royals, and showbiz stars alike. The perfect way to end a day trip in Turin is to experience Caffè Torino’s exquisite delicatessen and sip a delicious negroni, while overlooking the magnificent arcades of Piazza San Carlo.

 

Discover Fall/Winter Torinese Campaign.