Public Holidays Turin Reviews
Feb 18, 2006
1 January (New Year's Day).
6 January (Epiphany).
First Sunday in mid-March or early April (Easter and Easter Monday) 40 days after the 6 january.
25 April (Liberation Day).
1 May (Labor Day).
24 June (S.Giovanni - Turin's patron saint day) - A biggest party in the city with beautiful fireworks on the river and many shows all the night.
15 August (Assumption).
1 November (All Saint's Day).
8 December (Immaculate Conception).
25 December (Christmas).
26 December (St. Stephen's Day).
From January to December, the Turin calendar of events is a roll-on of art, culture, cinema and music initiatives and shows.
Festivals, concerts, fairs, exhibitions and numerous displays all follow in from one another: the Biennial Festival of Young Artists, the Book Fair, Torino Film Festival, Torino Danza, the Salone del Gusto (The Taste Show) and many other attractions for all tastes and all ages.
July: International Jazz Festival
September: Settembre Musica (September in Music) transforms the city into a huge stage for one month.
Christmas period (from mid-November to January): Luci d'Artista (The Artists' Lights), where contemporary major artists light up the city with their works, creating an open air gallery all over the city.
Part of the Torino, Olimpic Winter Games 2006 travel blog
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