On the occasion of 2010 Turin European Youth Capital, we have the pleasure of presenting the new edition of the guide book named "Turin, in which sense".
This guide book is not merely a useful instrument for people who want to know Turin without following the traditional, touristic and schematic routes, but instead choose to be guided by young Turinese using the five senses . It is something more, that can make you understand what being the European capital for the young really means for the city.
This guide book is in fact the result of a project done by Istituto Rosa Luxemburg students, by the people of the informagiovani (DIgi.to) community on line, by some Erasmus students. The young people decide what is worth editing and what is not, they are not only the addressers of a product, but also the designers and the creators. Well, this is an example where young people are protagonists.
Apart from the principal five sections , there is a section devoted to 2010 and another which refers to 2011, when Turin will celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Italian Unification: one more opportunity to visit Turin and be guided by our young and very young editors.
We are sure this guide book can be useful and used it to discover Turin guided by the five senses. This is the best way to appreciate our city which is always changing, rich in cultural ferment and youth vitality.
Have a pleasant reading and enjoy your tour.