Generally, November is a “sad time”. Christmas is still far away, whereas Summer is forgotten. Indeed, reduced sunlight can negatively affects our moods.
Some people appreciate Autumn, while for others it is disheartening.
If you long for a break, here are only a few reasons for planning a getaway in Turin in November.
You could attend a tennis match with the top players of the world (Nitto ATP Finals hosted in Turin in 2024 and 2025) or visit Artissima, the special trade fare dedicated to contemporary art. As part of this event, scattered throughout the city, are the creative light installations designed by Italian and international contemporary artists (Luci d’artista) .
Talking about Autumn gastronomy you could enjoy white truffles thinly shaved on top of some regional specialties or the Torinese succulent marrons glacés. Moreover the bagna cauda is a savory sauce with an intense flavor, eaten by locals in Fall and Winter. Follow the link if you want to know the recipe.
To photograph or paint the colored foliage in the most beautiful parcs of the city, such as the Royal Gardens or Valentino Park could be another option.
For football fans why not experience the festive atmosphere of a big match at the Juventus stadium?
If this isn’t enough …
If you are passionate about opera or cinema, indulge yourself with tickets for a show in the Royal Theater or for some events of the Torino Film Festival (Tff).
For those with a sweet tooth, November in Turin could mean chocolates galore at CioccolaTO’, the festival lasting around 10 days dedicated to the food of the gods.
As you see, November in Turin is full of interesting attractions, it is impossible to list them all.
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