Eurovision Turin 2022, an opportunity to communicate about tourism in Piedmont

Turin and Piedmont are ready for the Eurovision Song Contest, one of the most important international songwriting competitions in the world.

Turin and Piedmont are set for the Eurovision Song Contest, one of the most important international songwriting competitions in the world, representing countries from across the Euro-Mediterranean region.

TURIN, Italy, May 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Turin and Piedmont are set for the Eurovision Song Contest, one of the world’s largest international songwriting competitions, representing countries from across the region Euro-Mediterranean. From May 10 to 14, artists, journalists and international tourists are expected. An opportunity to highlight the tourist, cultural and food and wine excellence of Turin and the northern Italian region of Piedmont. The capital Turin is a city of art on the Po River, with a vibrant cultural scene with more than 50 museums, including the Egyptian Museum, the MAUTO-National Automobile Museum, and the Royal Museums, the MAO-Museum of oriental art and the GAM -Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art. Turin is home to the Royal Residences of the House of Savoy UNESCO, and also hosts internationally renowned festivals: Club2Club, an innovative electronic music event, the KappaFuturFestival and the Torino Jazz Festival, as well as the Torino Film Festival, in a city that has made the history of cinema: a record celebrated at the Mole Antonelliana, symbol of the city, today the seat of the National Museum of Cinema.

City of vermouth, artisanal ice cream, gianduiotti and breadsticks, Turin’s culinary tradition is aimed at true connoisseurs, with its starred restaurants and typical trattorias. The nightlife is just as lively with numerous wine bars and DJ sets. But the list of cities of art and culture in Piedmont is long: Alessandria, with its Baroque buildings, picturesque squares, streets and shops; Asti, with the Palio, the famous medieval commemoration that takes place every September, the artistic heritage ranging from Romanesque to Baroque, in the heart of the Langhe Roero and Monferrato UNESCO wine-growing landscape; Alba, creative city for UNESCO gastronomy and capital of the famous white truffle; Biella, the “Italian Manchester“, among the UNESCO creative cities for “crafts and folk art”; Cuneo, known for its 17th century Cathedral of Santa Maria del Bosco, the Church of Santa Chiara, the Palazzo Audifreddi, the Church of Saint Ambrose; Novara, surrounded by plains and rice fields, with a medieval town center and the brick dome of the Basilica of San Gaudenzio, the highest in Europe. Verbania, “a garden on the lake”, with the Borromean Islands and the Botanical Garden of Villa Taranto – 1,000 plants and 20,000 varieties and species of interest; Vercelli, a stopover for pilgrims on the way from Canterbury to Rome and an important junction of the Via Francigena, as well as the European capital of rice and an economic and social laboratory.
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