Along the left bank of the Po River, framed by the lofty Alpine arch, lies the city of Turin - a place of
extraordinary natural and historic beauty
. With Renaissance baroque, neo-classical and Art Nouveau architecture
, to name a few, you will find it hard not to stroll through its streets without admiring its design at every turn.
Rich in culture and history, it is home to numerous art galleries
, restaurants, churches, palaces, opera houses, piazzas and so much more. Visit the Mole Antonelliana, the tallest museum in the world
, a landmark which thrusts through the city's low skyline. It houses the National Museum of Cinema, where you can find fascinating pieces celebrating Italy's world-famous film heritage
Alternatively, head to the Museo Egizio, specialising in Egyptian archaeology and anthropology, housing the world's largest collection of Egyptian antiques