A capital of a proud and beautiful Piedmont region, Turin is a big city that knows its worth. It is famous as the birthplace of Italy’s most favorite car brand Fiat and the holy pilgrimage site that houses the cloth bearing the negative image of Jesus Christ himself (a Turin Shrout). The chocolate here is among the best in the world and so is its extensive Baroque core. Come to Turin to enjoy life sipping coffee in one of the countless local cafeterias, sampling the delights of the Piedmontese cuisine and exploring top-notch museums. Also, this city as any self-respecting metropolis has a unique landmark of an Eifel Tower scale, it is the Mole Antonelliana, an epic symbol of Turin that first was constructed as a synagogue but now functions as a museum of cinematography.