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Coliving destinations in Italy

Metropolitan City of Florence
Metropolitan City of Turin
Punta Milocca

Coliving in Turin

Turin is an essential business and cultural hub in northern Italy. People come from afar to experience coliving in Turin to experience a city that is rich in culture, art, and history.

The city is filled with churches that sparkle in the sunlight, art galleries with the most beautiful collections, and palaces plastered with elegance. It is no wonder that the city is in the top 250 tourist destinations in the world. Turin was once the 10th most visited city in Italy.

The spectacular Egyptian Museum of Turin showcases archaeology and anthropology, especially the Art of Ancient Egypt. The museum is proud to hold one of the largest collections of artifacts outside of Egypt. The Mole Antonelliana is a historical piece that demands to be seen while it towers over the city. The tower was originally a Jewish synagogue but now houses the National Museum of Cinema, which just so happens to be the tallest museum in the world.

Turin is the first Italian city where chromatography was recognized, becoming the birthplace of Italian cinema. With France around the corner, they were often influenced by French cinema. Many cinematic films were filmed in the city, like The Italian Job starring Charlize Theron.

Turin seems to produce all our favorites like wine, cheese, chocolate, and truffles. It seems like there is a chocolate shop around every corner. The locals love chocolate so much that they arrange a two-week chocolate festival with all the big names in chocolate. The city is famous for a drink called Bicerin, which is espresso, drinking chocolate, and whole milk. Be sure to try it when you visit.

There are many ways to get around Turin - public transport like the bus and the subway, are all safe. If you prefer, Uber is immensely popular too. The city has many well-known restaurants making some of the most delicious Italian specialties. People come to Turin to experience the rich culture; the city makes a digital nomad in Turin feel like nobility. It is impossible not to embrace all that is Turin and it’s easy to see why coliving is on the increase here.

Here are some fun facts about Turin:

- Turin was the proud host of the Winter Olympics, making it the largest city to host, with over 900 000 residents
- Parco Valentino is the second largest public park in Turin and has a replica medieval village on the grounds
- Turin was one of the first cities to open a Modern Art gallery