Turin (Torino) is the capital city of Piedmont in northern Italy and the birth town of the first King of Italy, Vittorio Emanuele II of Savoy. To many, Turin is known for its refined architecture and cuisine.
In my opinion, this is an understatement. Turin has much more to offer than just architecture and cuisine. Home to the famous Shroud of Turin and the world’s most important Egyptian museum outside Egypt, there are some notable sights which should not go unmentioned.
Not all buses and trains journeys from other parts of Europe adjourn in the heart of Turin. Some Flix bus rides adjourned at Torino (Vittorio Emanuele) situated along Corso Vittorio Emanuele II and opposite Tribunale di Torino.
Suggestion: Best to consult your tour operator and Google maps to determine how far it will take you to get to your accommodation and how.
Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist (Cattedrale di San Giovanni Battista), dedicated to Saint John the Baptist, is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Turin. Nazareth. This Cathedral houses the Shroud of Turin.
Information: No admission charges required. The church opens from Monday to Saturday between 07:00hrs to 12:30hrs and 15:00hrs to 17:00hrs and Sunday between 08:00hrs to 12:30hrs and 15:00hrs to 17:00hrs. The replica of the linen cloth bearing the negative image of Jesus is kept behind a glass window in the Cathedral while the replica linen old Shroud which bears impression of the hands, feet and torso is displayed at the Museum of the Holy Shroud. Museum of the Holy Shroud opens daily from 09:00hrs to 12:30hrs and 15:00hrs to 19:00hrs. Admission charges: Adults (EUR6), Children ages 6-12 (EUR3) and 5 and under free.(https://www.britannica.com/topic/Shroud-of-Turin).