Alps to the north and hills of Monferrato to the south surrounds Turin. The four rivers Po, Dora Riparia, Stuar di Lanzo and Sangone flows through this city. Turin experiences a continental climate. During winter it is cold and dry whereas in the summers the hilly regions are cool and the plains suffer a hike in the temperature level.
Turin in the year 2005, had a population of around 902,255. People from other parts of Italy and Eastern Europe have immigrated to Turin, thus raising the demographic graph of Turin.
The economy of Turin majorly depends upon the car Industry, aerospace industry and chocolate industry.
Turin has a good network of transport. Turin, Italy is well connected to every parts of Europe and Italy by roads, rails and air.