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Italy's baroque ex-capital

A city of grandiose baroque colonnades set on a Roman-style grid, Turin feels as though it should be a capital city. Indeed it was in the past – as seat of the Savoyard dukes and kings from 1559, as capital of unified Italy from 1861-1864, and as the Fiat-driven Italian car capital for much of the 20th century. The wheels of industry came off in the 1980s, but since the new millennium and the 2006 winter Olympics, Turin has had a renewed, post-Fiat confidence.

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Kogin's Club

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Kogin's Club

One of Turin's best clubs

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Turin is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, full of beautiful people too. On Friday nights you will find most of them at Kogin’s Club socializing, dancing, tuning in to top notch live acts. Located on the river, the club is one of the hottest spots in the city with the chic party crowd.

If you feel the need to “see and be seen” Kogin’s Club is your kind of place. Celebrity to budding party débutante, you will find the scene here full of interesting types. Superb music, great drinks, and a venue built for luxurious fun, all attest to this spot’s popularity.

Kogin's Club
Corso Sicilia 6 , Turin
011 661 05 46
Noon until very late