In 2007, the city of Turin received funds to restore a number of historic trams that were dated from the 1930s and 1950s. They are now used for city tours. Riding in an iron car with wooden seats, you'll pass through the center of Turin on the 6.9 mile circular path along the main streets. Not as popular with locals, the trams will be packed with tourists, but it's a convenient and low-stress way to see the sights. The trams come once an hour, so make sure to look at the time tables and plan accordingly.
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