Turin Natal Espo, a Christmas Trade Fair and all the Best Of Christmas in Turin

It started snowing all over Italy but you don’t feel Christmas atmosphere yet?

Are you overloaded with work and you haven’t a minute to buy Christmas presents or something to decorate your home in a new and original way?

Or maybe you have already been set on Christmas Eve for weeks and you just can’t get enough of bows, colored lights and boxes?

For each of you there’s a good reason to visit Turin Christmas’ Trade Fair, Natal Espo, putting on show the best of Christmas 2010 until December, 20th. Located into Lingotto Fiere quarter, Natal Espo yearly offers every kind of Christmas’ good, like handcrafted objects, automotive area innovations, furnishings, or even unique and unforgettable winter holidays proposals.

If you can’t find the ideal present for relatives and friends, the Fair will suggest you several options. Lights, colors, tastes, and good smells would do the rest carrying you away, in the eagerly await and wonder atmosphere that children know so well.

So hurry up and visit one of the biggest Italian trade fair dedicated to Christmas, this is the last day.

If the Fair won’t be enough for you, until December, 23rd near Borgo Dora Place a traditional Christmas market will be held and shops will be opened in whole Advent period. News of the year the handcraft stand with objects coming from Byelorussia, Czech Republic, Spain, Cambodia and Bulgaria. Don’t miss Christmas objects made up of Bohemian glass.

Walking around Turin’s streets, have a look around. As a matter of fact, as every year happens, the city lights up with light artworks created by contemporary artists.

This “Artist’s Lightsedition includes 21 works spread in the city able to enchant and attract observers with their original and unexpected shapes.

In addition, the city of Turin organizes “Passeggiate sotto le luci” (“Walking under the lights”) until January, 8th every Saturday from 5 p.m. with guided tours in Italian and French speakers, besides a special Sightseeing Bus tour dedicated to this event.

Do you need further reasons for visiting the surprising Turin in this period? So, just have a look at our useful tourist guide to Turin: www.aboutturin.com

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