Villa Mirano Bed & Breakfast is located in Piossasco, 27 km from Turin, a quiet village conveniently and strategically located at the entrance of the Susa Valley, 40 minutes from Turin airport and 20 minutes from the city center. In 40 minutes you can reach the ski slopes and several other points of interest.
The main points of interest are: The Stupinigi Palace, The Royal Palace of Turin, The Egyptian Museum, The Basilica of Superga, The Sacra di San Michele, The Castle of Racconigi, The Automobile Museum of Turin, The Royal Palace of Venaria Reale, The Egyptian Museum of Turin, The Valentino Park, The Pietro Micca Museum, The Museum of Risorgimento, The Royal Armory, The Museum of Cinema and The Mole Antonelliana.
Located on an imposing base of 26 meters at 960 meters above sea level, overlooking the top of Mount Pirchiriano on the border between the Cottian Alps and the Po Valley, it is the symbolic monument of Piedmont and one of the most eminent religious architecture in Europe. belonging to the diocese of Susa.
The hunting lodge of Stupinigi just outside Torino is a splendid residence, originally used for hunting, built for the Savoy family between 1729 and 1733 on a project by the architect Juvarra. The site, which is part of the circuit of Savoy residences in Piedmont, is proclaimed a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
The Egyptian Museum is the oldest museum in the world, entirely dedicated to the Nilotic civilization and is considered the most important in the world after that of Cairo in terms of value and quantity of finds. The ministry of cultural heritage entrusted it to be managed by the "Egyptian Museum Foundation".
The National Automobile Museum, founded by Carlo Biscaretti di Ruffia, is an automobile museum in Turin, northern Italy. The museum has a collection of nearly 200 cars from eighty car brands representing eight countries. The museum is located in a building dating back to 1960, and is spread over three floors.
The Mole Antonelliana is an important symbol of Turin named after its architect, Alessandro Antonelli. It is a unique building in the world, of monumental proportions, initially born as a synagogue and today it houses the National Cinema Museum.
Palazzo dei Principi di Carignano, is a historic building in the center of the city of Turin, a fine example of Piedmontese Baroque architecture. It is part of the most important historical buildings of the city and, like these, is part of the UNESCO world heritage.
The Royal Palace of Turin is the first and most important of the Savoy residences in Piedmont, the theater of the politics of the Savoy states for at least three centuries. It is located in the heart of the city, in the Piazzetta Reale. It is part of the UNESCO .
Parco del Valentino (parco dël Valentin, or simply ël Valentin, in Piedmontese) is a famous public park in Turin, located along the banks of the Po. It has an area of 421,000 m² and, according to the 2014 TripAdvisor ranking, is the most popular Italian park.
If you love shopping, Turin is for you! The luxury hub of Via Roma, in the city center, hosts the world's biggest brands such as Cartier, Valentino, Armani and many others. Numerous large shopping centers such as the spectacular Lingotto housed in the old Fiat factory or Le Gru, one of the largest in Europe. Not to forget the Torino Outlet Village, with the most important Italian and world clothing brands such as Nike, La Martina, Adidas, Gucci, Trussardi and many others.