Before Turin, Italy, hosted the 2006 Winter Olympics, it was known as the home of Fiat with little to draw visitors. The Games helped Turin boost its game to become a cosmopolitan city featuring artisanal food and cutting-edge design. Factories have become art galleries, and the capital of Piedmont is starting to capitalize on its local specialties, including Barolo wines, cheeses and white Alba truffles.

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