Turin has always played a key role in the Italian and European history.
In this city have developed the automotive industry and electricity, telecommunications, aviation, cinema, radio and television.
Turin is still being developed in the wake of its noble tradition, projecting into the new millennium with the organization already had the 2006 Winter Olympics.
The old town is rich in monuments that recall the more than two thousand years of history: the Porte Palatine of Augusta Roman Taurinorum the fifteenth century Duomo of San Giovanni which houses the Santa Sindone, the baroque Chiesa di San Lorenzo, the Palazzo Reale of Savoy, the Basilica di Superga, the Mole Antonelliana (one of the tallest masonry buildings in Europe), the Museo Egizio, second only to Cairo in Egypt.
Turin boasts a European record for the beauty and vastness of its parks: the central Giardini Reali, the park around the Palazzina di Caccia di Stupinigi, the park of the Mandria, which contains the Reggia della Venaria Reale, and all the green area along the banks Po .
A splendid European city, which develops through kilometers of arcades, boulevards, and galleries where you can stay within well-preserved ancient coffee and delicious taste of chocolate Gianduja of which Turin is the capital.