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A nice escape to the cooler heights of Turin

We went up to the Superga just for the fun of riding the little train and to see Turin from above... read more

Reviewed 9 July 2018
mrsaverage2015
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Sydney, Australia
The tram ride up to Superga is a must!

The whole experience of Superga was enhanced by taking the original tram up the long hill. Wooden... read more

Reviewed 24 June 2018
GrahamWMH
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London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 9 July 2018

We went up to the Superga just for the fun of riding the little train and to see Turin from above. The tram 15 takes you from Re Umberto (next to Porta Nuova) to Sassi where the tram terminates and right to the train station....More

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Reviewed 24 June 2018

The whole experience of Superga was enhanced by taking the original tram up the long hill. Wooden seats in the original carriages running on a 'tooth-gear' track. The Cathedral sits impressively on a high hill overlooking Turin but the gem is the underground tomb chamber...More

Thank GrahamWMH
Reviewed 6 June 2018

A bit of an uphill trek, well not if you're being driven. This is a marvel of architecture especially the tombs. Worthy of a visit. Enjoy the super fit cyclists working their way to the top!

Thank Getitright212
Reviewed 8 April 2018

This is where the great Turin football team met their end in 1949. It is now a kind of shrine and very moving. Fans from all over Italy and indeed, the world visit for a moment of reflection.

Thank Barry F
Reviewed 17 March 2018 via mobile

We took the train up to the Basilica after lunch on a weekday. Wandered through the church and did the tour. At the end we walked back down to the station to find everything locked up. After reading a very confusing schedule we were able...More

Thank caswscot
Reviewed 8 March 2018

You can take the old tram up the steep hill (about 15 minutes) and then enjoy the the beautiful view over Torino and the river Po. Bring your own food and beverages, there is only a tiny café.

Thank Elisa V
Reviewed 15 September 2017 via mobile

Second time in 2 years we have made this trip and loved it both times. The short but steep journey is a pleasure in lovely historic carriages and the views from the top are worth much more than the very cheap fares.

Thank Paul R
Reviewed 14 September 2017

it's a beautiful place with a heritage tram to climb up the hill, fantastic view from the top to the whole turin city. even open on Sundays.

Thank Pankaj A
Reviewed 29 August 2017 via mobile

Reading about this tram in the guide books I was worried it would be crowded and stressful but it was nothing of the sort. The tram station has a car park at the rear and there are several ticket machines with a selection of languages...More

Thank Francesca C
Reviewed 11 July 2017

On top of the world as far as high points in Turin are concerned. You can take an antique funicular railway from the edge of the City center all the way to the top. Modest facilities when you arrive but the views over Turin and...More

Thank phil944
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there are two more stops but they are more aimed to residents than to tourists, these stops are located in areas with nearly no parking and no other convenient access, but your shoes.
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