Turín Cathedral: also known as "Il Duomo di Torino", it dates back to 1491 and is located in the historic centre. It is the only Renaissance church in the city. Inside the Baroque-style Royal Chapel, it houses the Shroud of Turin, a highly attractive historical object that arouses the curiosity of anyone who visits it. The Cathedral of Turin, also known as "II Duomo di Torino", is the only Renaissance style church in the city.
Piazza Castello: The heart of Turin's historic centre, it is home to two of the city's most emblematic buildings, the Royal Palace and Palazzo Madama. Until the 2000, this square was not pedestrianised and was used only by cars and the tram itself.
Royal Palace of Turin: together with the other Royal Residences, it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997 and was the most important of the residences of the Royal House of Savoy. Inside, it houses a large number of artistic collections that will not leave you unmoved.
Palazzo Madama: with two thousand years of history and located in Piazza Castello, this palace, which was also declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, is a building steeped in history. Over the years, it has been used for different purposes, from royal residence, pontifical and religious use, to the current seat of the Municipal Museum of Ancient Art.
Piazza Vittorio Veneto: one of the liveliest areas of Turin. It is the venue for parties and meetings between visitors and locals. Despite being a place of celebration, during fascism, this important space was used for military meetings and official events.
Piazza Carlo Alberto - Palazzo Carignano: this palace, an example of Piedmontese Baroque architecture, is another of Turin's landmark buildings, recognised as one of the residences of the Royal House of Savoy and declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is located in one of the city's most central squares and houses the National Museum of the Risorgimento.
Vittorio Emanuele I Bridge: another of the iconic constructions of the city of Turin. This, the first stone bridge in the city, was commissioned by Napoleon Bonaparte. It is a must to take a walk across it at sunset to enjoy the magnificent views it offers.
Subalpina Gallery: this is one of the city's historic buildings and is full of shops. The architectural style of the gallery was inspired by the Parisian style, intended for bourgeois leisure, and it has sometimes been the setting for the filming of scenes of some movies such as "4 Flies in Grey Velvet" and "The Italian Job".
Piazza San Carlo: one of the most important and largest squares in Turin. It has been and is the site of many historical events as well as social events and celebrations of sporting triumphs. It is worth noting that it was not until 2006, on the occasion of the Winter Olympic Games in Turin, that the square was remodelled and pedestrianised.
The River Po: with its source in the Alps and its mouth near the south of Venice, this river with such a peculiar name flows through the city of Turin, making it even more attractive. It is considered the most important Italian river, and not in vain since, due to its location, its surroundings have been the scene of numerous historical, social and economic events.