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Turin: Have you used the Torino+Piemonte card?

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I will be in Turin (Torino) in early September for 6 nights/5 days. I've read about the Torino+Piemonte card on the Torino Tourism website and there is a 5 day card for 35 euro which (as I read it) allows for free entry into a large number of museums. Most all of the museums I'm interested in going to are included in the card.

My question is, have any Fodorites who have been to Torino purchased this card and did you find it useful, or was there any difficulty using it? I'd prefer to have a card that included public transit but only the ones for shorter lengths of time (2 or 3 day cards) include transit, and I don't want to rush around trying to fit all I want to see in 2 or 3 days when I will be there for 5. So I thought I would purchase the 5 day card and then purchase a multi day or mulit ticket pack for public transit.

If you purchased the card, was it worth it to you and why? Or did you feel you would have perfered to pay individual entry fees at each museum/site?

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