_We***95The Egyptian Museum is a place worthy of repeated visits by those who live here to cultivate interest and increase knowledge. There is so much content inside, we spent 3 hours watching half of the exhibits and their text introduction. Although very tired, there were many interesting discoveries, which also aroused the yearning for mysterious things in my youth. The exhibits are also high in gold, ranging from small sculptures and fragments to huge coffin lids and mummies, either exquisite or magnificent. The souvenir shop sells many beautiful little things at reasonable prices, and a brilliant and ancient Great Pyramid paperweight only costs 20 Euros. It is worth mentioning that the guide is equipped with Chinese. If you want to go, please remember to wear headphones, otherwise it is really inconvenient to listen to your ears.
_We***95The film museum is unexpectedly interesting! I thought it was just a simple introduction to the development of film history, but it turned out that in addition to film history, it also introduced optics, light refraction, image presentation, and the evolution of film production. It also includes movie scenes, which is an interesting experience for people to be in.
xiaohei5678The Turin Automobile Museum itself covers a large area and has a unique design. The content of the car exhibition inside is even more exciting and dizzying. It is awesome in all ages, styles, and brands!
_We***95This is a huge square, or they call it Piazza, you can spend a day here, all the attractions are within walking distance. There are many bars, restaurants, small supermarkets, and all commercial shopping streets are connected. All the bus terminals are not far from here, so it is very convenient. It is very hot during the day, so take precautions. The tourist office is near the entrance, where you can ask about the cost of the tour guide. It's great to travel the city this way.
轻轻的一个蚊Torino Valentino Castle is located in the Valentino Park in Turin. It was one of the palaces of the Savoy family in the 16th century. It is now the seat of the Faculty of Architecture of the Politecnico di Torino. It was opened in 1856 and was included in the World Heritage List in 1997. It is the same as all Savoy palaces, the front is white and the back is red brick.