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Scuola Leonardo Da Vinci: Eurovision Song Contest - An Opportunity to visit Turin

Published Lynne on Friday, May 13, 2022

Scuola Leonardo Da Vinci: Eurovision Song Contest - An Opportunity to visit Turin

Don't have tickets for the Eurovision Song Contest? Don’t worry! At the Eurovision Village, you can experience the same atmosphere of the festival every day.

The Eurovision Song Contest is funny to watch inside the PalaOlimpico, but the real party is in the center of Turin!

The events take place from 7 May until Saturday 14 at the Eurovision Village (in the Valentino Park) from 5pm until late at night. Admission is free.

In eight days, more than 200 artists and 40 hours of entertainment are planned. Each day the performances will have a theme: peace, rights of the LGBTQ + community, the European Union, “World music”... It will also be possible to see the three events of the Contest from the big screens in the park.

For those who never get tired and want to continue having fun, they can do so among discos (such as the "Pick-Up" and the "Supermarket"), bars (such as the "Green Pea", "Bauhaus" and the "Nuvola Lavazza") and restaurants such as "Eataly" of the Lingotto and the "Central Market" of Porta Palazzo.

Do you want to take advantage of it and visit the city? Here are the things you absolutely must see:

FOR THE CURIOUS The Museum of Cinema, the panoramic lift takes you to 85 meters high in a few seconds. And the trip in the transparent elevator located in the center of the Mole Antonelliana is unforgettable.

FOR GOURMAND It is always the right time for a good Piedmontese "Bicerin" made with coffee, dark chocolate and milk cream. It is found everywhere in the bars of the city, but the original is only at "Caffè Al Bicerin dal 1763".

FOR ROMANTICS The panorama of all of Turin can be seen from the Monte dei Cappuccini located 15 minutes on foot from Piazza Vittorio

FOR THE TIRELESS Turin is full of natural parks and beautiful paths. One of the most beautiful is the route that starts from the city center, passes by the Murazzi and then crosses the Valentino Park, to skirt the Po reaching the Vallere park. In an hour and a half you can see some of the most beautiful views of the city.



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