Wanting to enter from the north to Turin, this line allows it through some parks that are actually little known, if not by those who live in the area. From Corso Vercelli in fact, along the Stura di Lanzo up to its confluence in the Po, you pass inside the Arrivore Park, a degraded area, now recovered with high naturalistic value, thanks to projects that have involved the local community and schools. Beyond the confluence of the rivers, from where the landscape and the views of the hill are really beautiful, an uninterrupted tree-lined avenue along the Po, leads to join with the Pietro Colletta Park, where a new tributary, this time the Dora Riparia, creates water features and divides the city once again. Another tree-lined avenue leads to the Crescenzio Park, behind the Monumental Cemetery then, crossed Corso Novara, the umpteenth long river, the Lungo Dora Firenze, kindly introduces us to the city center, which can be reached thanks to the Franco Mellano walkway, right in front of the Luigi Einaudi Campus, architectural excellence of Norman Foster. Here we are in Borgo Vanchiglia, our terminus, where we will learn about the history of Turin in the XIX century.