What are the keywords to explore Torino? Art, culture and food. Italy's first capital city and today the gateway to Piemonte, the city is a Baroque jewel on the Po river with view on the hills. Take your time to explore its extraordinary art heritage, starting from the Royal Residences UNESCO World Heritage Site in the city centre, with the newly restored Chapel of the Holy Shroud and the Royal Library, which hosts the famous Self-Portrait by Leonardo da Vinci. Forerunner of international trends and UNESCO Creative City for Design since 2014, Torino has a dynamic cultural scene year around with more than 50 museums, such as the Egyptian Museum, the National Museum of Cinema and the National Automobile Museum, and an extensive range of international festivals: from Club to Club, one of the most forward-thinking electronic music events, to the Torino Film Festival. Autumn is a special art lovers'season with Artissima Fair, 3 rd contemporary art fair in the world, along with the Contemporary Art Week and Luci d'Artista (Artist's Lights), the open-air exhibition of large-scale by Italian artists held every year until January. Experience the true Torino mood strolling under the 18km of arcades lined with artisanal shops and boutiques or enjoy wandering Porta Palazzo, Europe's largest open-air market. Birthplace of vermouth and aperitif, chocolate and artisanal ice-cream, this elegant capital of taste will pamper you in its historical cafés, as well as in its typical and Michelin starred restaurants.