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Turin is one of Italy's cultural capitals, and literature is one of the city's obsessions. It was the birthplace of literary giants like Primo Levi, Italo Calvino, Antonio Gramsci, Umberto Eco and Cesare Pavese, among many less well known authors.
With a history like that, it's no surprise that the capital of Piedmont hosts Italy's premier book festival: the Turin International Book Fair.
Edition 2020 will run from the 14th-18th of May and the theme is yet unknown. As ever, it promises to feature a packed schedule of talks, film screenings and musical concerts that culture lovers will adore. Programme will be available soon.
Anyone who is wondering what to do in Turin during May 2020 need look no further. The Turin International Book Fair will offer engaging talks on political themes, homages to literary superstars and plenty of attractions for casual literature fans - so, book your tickets today.