Turin is the capital of Piedmont, charming region offering a wide range of attractions to be found its mountains, lakes, hills and cities. Turin is the heart of a district that counts almost 2 000 000 inhabitants, the fourth Italian city by population after Rome, Milan and Naples.

It is known for the refinement of its architecture and its culinary art, and of over 80 museums, four of which are national museums: NATIONAL CINEMA MUSEUM inside the Mole Antonelliana,  symbol of Torino and unique in Italy; the EGYPTIAN MUSEUM, second in the world after the one in Cairo; the ROYAL LIBRARY, preserving Leonardo da Vinci  self-portrait; the NATIONAL AUTOMOBILE MUSEUM with one of the rarest and most interesting  cars collection; the MAO-Oriental Art Museum, with a collection of 1500 pieces from the Asian countries.

Turin has been first capital of Italy with an unparalleled cultural, architectural and monumental heritage, an important university, cultural, tourist and scientific center and, not last, is currently the third financial and commercial center of Italy.