Turin is the capital of Piedmont region, it holds plenty of history being the first capital of unified Italy. It boasts a significant numbers of grandiose palaces and historical architectures. Turin is also home to numerous museums and art galleries featuring Savoy art collections and Egyptian archaeological artifacts. Turin is a major industrial hub being home to various automobile company such as Fiat, Lancia and Ghia.
Alba is known for its white truffles and is the capital of wine production industry. It is surrounded by a hilly area called Langhe, a UNESCO Human Heritage landscape filled with vines, peach trees and hazelnut groves. This town is the birthplace of the Ferrero factory which is the producer of the Ferrero Rocher chocolate and the famous hazelnut paste, Nutella. Alba has around 290 wineries producing an average of 61,200 hL of wine every year making it the center of wine production. Some of Italy's finest wines originated in Alba such as the Moscato d' Asti, Barbera, Dolcetto, and Barolo. The town is also home to architectural tourist attractions such as Baroque style St John the Baptist church, Duomo of San Lorenzo cathedral which is built in Romanesque style and the San Domenico church with a Gothic style structure.
Nestled on the shore of Lake Maggiore , Stresa is a resort town in Piedmont. Visitors can take a ferry ride from here going to the Borromean Islands which is a must visit when you are in Stresa. It is a group of small islands covering a total area of 50 acres in picturesque setting. You may find varieties of flora and fauna and also Europe's largest Kashmir cypress. Islands are Isola Bella, Isola Madre, Isola dei Pescatori, and Isolino di San Giovanni. Visitors may enjoy a leisure walk to Stresa's lakefront promenade and explore statues ,monuments and beautifully landscape gardens. You may stop by and watch boats coming in and out of the lake while gazing upon the view of the Borromean islands.