Starting point: Piazza Carlo Felice, the subway exit on the Via Sacchi, in front of the newsstand, 10:00
Duration: 2 hours and a half tour nonexclusive
A walk to the discovery of the first capital of Italy. Starting from the square named after King Carlo Felice, through the symmetry of Via Roma reach Piazza CLN, symbol of resistance Turin and antechamber of the parlor of the city: Piazza San Carlo, which pay homage to the monument of Emanuele Filiberto. We will continue to Piazza Carignano and then Piazza Carlo Alberto, beautiful wreaths around Palazzo Carignano, seat of the first Italian Parliament. Following a dip in Augusta Taurinorum Roman city founded by the peaceful coexistence of bullfighting with the Romans, and then still Palazzo Madama, Piazza Castello, the cathedral and the baths, and then close with Garibaldi Street, to the intersection where it is assumed that was born the city.
Does not include tickets to museums