A roundup of events takes place throughout Turin and May

A roundup of events takes place throughout Turin and May
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The lights for the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 are now off, and Turin is set to host several other events that will cover the entire May.

After a week spent among the stars of European music, the city of La Mol is already working to preserve even the next international and world events.

The Turin branch of the Gallery de Italia in Piazza San Carlo opens fully for photographs on Tuesday.

It’s a big start again with the book fair starting on Thursday the 19th.

Aperitif on Wednesday with the Stock Exchange at the Lingoto Congress Center, followed by five days of meetings, editorial news, authors, and obviously books until May 23rd.

Instead, Regia de Venaria is hosting the 132nd session of the Council of Ministers of Europe.

Therefore, the foreign ministers of the 46 member states will meet on Thursday under the auspices of the Italian president, leaving the baton to the Irish. In this way, we will summarize what has been done in recent years.

At that time not only art, culture and politics, but also sports, because Giro de Italia would arrive in Turin, which would touch many Piedmontese cities.

The month of May in Turin will be full of international and world events: all the details

On Friday the big cycling will enter Piedmont with the Santremo-Cuneo stage.

Turin leg with Torino-Santena on Saturday 21st, then on Sunday riders will leave our area and arrive in Valle di Osta from Rivarolo Canaves.

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21 more sports on Saturday as Turin host the UEFA Women’s Champions League final with a match between Barcelona and Lyon.

The Festival of Economics closes May 31st to June 5th.

In short, May promises to be richer than Turin. With the removal of Eurovision, the big events have not started yet but the hints are already encouraging.

In fact, according to the data collected Tourism Turin At the time of the great European event, the results were very positive.

56% of the tourists interviewed came to Turin for the first time, 88% said they had a really good experience and 90% wanted to go back.

Thus the city of La Mol made a great impression, and foreigners were defined as beautiful, charming, and “warm, friendly, wonderful, and wonderful.”

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