The capital of the Piedmont region in northern Italy and surrounded by the western Alps, Turin was the original capital of the Italian kingdom when it was established in 1861. Nowadays, it is well known for its mix of baroque, rococo, neo-classical, and Art Nouveau architecture. The city is filled with beautiful monuments that demonstrate its glory. This tour is a pleasant stroll through the city that visits some of the most famous sites around. It starts in Castle Square, in front of the baroque Royal Palace, the heart of the city. After admiring the Duomo di Torino, home of the Shroud of Turin, or the Royal Church of San Lorenzo, we will continue to the Palazzo Madama, which houses the Museum of Ancient Art, where we will have skip-the-line access. Along the walking tour, we will admire the ancient archeological sites that date back to the Roman Empire and the magnificent Palazzo Carigano that hosted the first Italian parliament and is full of countless, elegant cafes where we can try some coffee or hot chocolate. The tour will come to an end close to the Mole Antonelliana.