Turin, a city rich in history, art and culture, sees a range of architectural styles entwined among its elegant buildings, from Romanesque right through to Baroque, without forgetting the splendid palaces and castles designed by the famous Sicilian architect, Filippo Juvarra.
For nature lovers, Turin offers many areas rich in greenery and parkland, such as Parco del Valentino, home to the Borgo Medievale (Medieval Village): a leap back into the area's feudal past.
For art and architecture enthusiats, Palazzo Madama, located in the geographic centre of the city, features a system of historical-architectural systems which, if decoded, recount the history of Turin.
The Mole Antonelliana is also not to be missed, symbol of Turin and home of the modern National Cinema Museum.
And finally, for those night owls amongst you, how about an exciting eveing in the Quadrilatero Romano (Roman Quarter), just a stone's throw from the city centre. Why not start with a colourful and tasty aperitif before going on to one of the many fashionable ethnic bars and restaurants which characterise the area.