Being not a fan of the crowds I still had to accept one fact that touristy places are popular for a reason. The Uffizi houses the world's finest collection of Renaissance masterpieces, right where the Renaissance was born!
'David' is a biblical hero that has been known for the victory over Goliath to save people in the land of Israel.
Sforza castle shelters several museums and art collections inside, of which the most notable works include the Sala dell Dasse by Da Vinci and Michelangelo's unfinished sculpture of Pietà.
Among dozens of Picasso's works on display, "La joie de Vivre" is one of the most iconic ones.
Egyptian museum is a must-visit when you come to Turin. Spending half of my second day there, I can’t stress enough how comprehensive and mind-blowing it was. And if I ever return to this town, the museum would still be on top of my list.