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Colline di Torino, Turin

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  • Do yourself a gift. On a weekday climbs into the Hill a few kilometers from Turin, in Pecetto and in early April to admire the cherry blossoms. And don't forget to come back in a few weeks to enjoy the wonderful fruits of these plants.
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  • The view is always lovely. The city, seen from above, loses all dullness and makes herself beautiful. Everything seems to take on a magical touch. A lap is recommended, you learn to love a city that we often underestimate!
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  • You can't live in Turin or welcome guests from outside without hugging our fair city "from above". It's a magnificent view of the city, where you can catch the corner straight roads, important buildings and quaint, yet enjoy the coolness and lay eyes on a riot of flowering trees in spring, fresh green leaves in summer, and warm shades of reds cause moire to those more muted yellow in autumn. In winter is like being in the mountains: more challenging the ascent (and descent) but gives you the opportunity to experience the winter without having to travel 60 or 80 km to go in Sydney or Canberra. Recommend the path leading up from cso farmhouse, near Pine Street back toward Superga, obligatory, and continues on the Overview up to Pino ... Trees of all kinds and a breathtaking spectacle of the city and the mountains in corona ... Different location, Via Villa della Regina (another must) up to the Hermitage before easing up to Pecetto ... or even from Then until Cavoretto, always choosing the streets uphill to the right.
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