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If you love nature, Turin is the right choice for you! You can relax and keep fit in many picnic and green areas: the rivers, the hills and many parks offer a wide range for your leisure time. If you prefer training in fitness studio you will find many facilities in town.






Giardini Reali

A short way away from Piazza Castello and Palazzo Nuovo in the city centre, Giardini Reali could be a perfect place for you to relax between classes, to have lunch in a open space or to have a rest after your shopping.



Parco del Valentino

Parco del Valentino is considered “the great shared courtyard” of Turin citizens. This park is a special spot for picnic, a walk, a nice boat trip and for other sport activities such as jogging or cycling. In the park you can also visit the Borgo Medievale, which was built according to the XV century buildings in Piemonte and in Valle d’Aosta.





Parco la Pellerina

Crossed by river Dora Riparia it is the largest park in Turin. It offers the widest dog park in the city and his artificial lakes are full of wild animals. The picnic area also includes picnic tables and barbecues.




Parco Ruffini

Parco Ruffini is the greatest sport park in Turin: over the years along with Palazzetto and the jogging path, more facilities such as tennis, soccer and five-a-side football fields, a skating ring and a skateboard ramp have been built.







Parco Pietro Colletta

The area around Parco Colletta, after a long period of abandon and degradation, was recovered with realisation of a river park. It takes its name from the Lungodora, one of the main River, the Dora river, in town, which delimits the area, named after Pietro Colletta. In the park you can find picnic areas and bicycle tracks running through the park alongside the river benches.




Parc7669888530_2019c6996b_oo di Piazza d’Armi

In 2006 it was restored and improved for the Winter Olympic games. The park surrounds the Stadio Olimpico (Olympic stadium) and the Palaolimpico (or Palaisozaki) and it is a special spot for jogging, walks and cycling thanks to 2000 meters track which surrounds the area. In Summer it offers exhibitions, fun and entertainment activities.






Municipal facilities

Sports facilities directly managed by Turin City Council or those managed in agreement with it, are more than 200. They are also available to people with disabilities, who can refer to the Piemonte CIP .    Website





CUS Torino (sport activities, facilities and contacts) believes sport has the power to inspire anyone at every level, from the casual gym goer right up to the performance sports athletes and coaches. We want to encourage all those who wish to engage with sport to do so, whether they are an elite athlete or an amateur enthusiast; we want to be able to support them in achieving their goals and fulfilling their sporting dreams; we want to enable our students and local community to lead active and healthy lives; We have a fantastic range of sport, fitness and wellbeing facilities open to students, university staff and members of the public. You can access a wide range of indoor and outdoor sports facilities, including rugby and soccer fields, basketball, volleyball and tennis courts, golf and athletics fields, and more.

Please contact C.U.S. instructors directly to get more information about specific activities. If you need information on membership matters or other enquiries, please contact:








Scuola Universitaria Interfacoltà in Scienze Motorie offers you its facilities and its trainers graduated in physical education. The Piazza Bernini premises (easy access to metro) provides a gym, an indoor swimming pool and a tennis field.     Website



Palestre Edisu

Edisu offers to the college students some indoors fitness centers. In order to access the Residenze Cavour, Cappel Verde e Olimpia it’s enough to be enrolled to Torino Universities.     Website