At 40 minutes by car from Turin, sorrounded by the picturesques Alpes, in to the middle of historical part of Susa, a restaurant where you can try the taste of the typical italian kitchen.
At the end of a good meal you can find the best scotch whisky, aromatic french cognacs and the splendid italian grappa (distillation of grape-pips).
And of course a great selection of famous italian wines.
(mt. 503 s.l.m.), capital of the kingdom of the Cotii before the Roman Conquest, later on prefecture of the Empire and then seat of a marquisate. Rich in history and art, the town is situated in a charming place surrounded by magnificent mountains.
The Alpine town has a remarkable stratification of eras, with artifacts from the Roman era still well preserved (Porta Savoia, Arco di Augusto, Roman Arena, Roman Walls), medieval urban houses, three religious complexes with different identities (the Cathedral of San Giusto –anciently Benedictine Abbey, the complex of Santa Maria Maggiore – an Augustinian canonical leader of the Lower Valley, San Francesco, the first Franciscan convent in Piedmont), the Castle and the remains of a mighty Fort, the “Brunetta”.