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An underrated city which we enjoyed very much. The bus tour provided a guide to the scope, historically and physically, of the city and provided much insight for first time visitors. Recommended.
This gave us the opportunity to see some of the sights of Turin that were less central and allowed us to travel out of the rain. We'd have preferred the buses to run more frequently but thought the tour provided good value for money.
Beautiful city and wish we could have spent more time here. Was a good way to get a glimpse
the but was great, you get to see most of the important places in Torino and a chance to take pictures. Didnt hop off and on because 1 hour seemed too long. I would recommend this for anyone who wants to see Torino and doesnt have too much time.
Used both routes. Stupingini Palace was a great view. So must do the second route also. First route however had more hop on hop off to do.
Again problems with Russian language which was really bad but English is great again
This tour was a fantastic idea and i am so pleased I decided to do it. It gave a very good knowledge of where everything was so you could choose where you wanted to visit. It also gave me a great idea of the layout of beautiful Turin so I could wander around on my own time after the tour. I highly recommend!
Great orientation to the city and its many historic attractions.
This is a good tour to get a general layout and brief history of the city. The buses run three separate routes. Our tour included two of the routes. One route was shorter and stayed near the central area of the city. The other route took us near the city perimeter, and to the outskirts to drive by a large mansion. The bus routes run on the hour. Every 30 minutes would have been better. We really enjoyed the city. It has wonderful architecture and culture. It's apparent the city is in the midst of a revitalization effort. A great mix of new verses old made the trip worthwhile.
I bought 24 hour tickets combining routes A the inner city and B which included the outer areas including the car factories and Turin stadium. As in most cities, the hop-on hop-off is a fantastic way to get around and see the sights. Having only one free day in Turin, I had booked in advance online. I arrived to catch the first programmed bus as it appeared in my Viator booking form but was disappointed to find no buses were running until 1200 due to a foot race. As these events are organised well in advance, I wish I had been informed.
I am not usually the kind of tourist who would take Hop on Hop off tours and now i know why
its a bit boring especially if you do not have company. I thought we would actually Hop off at some places but that was my bad ooops!
I enjoyed the music though ;)
It was just OK for two reasons: 1) the audio didn't match where you were or if it did, you went by so fast that you couldn't connect it well. 2) it runs every hour which means you have to get off at a stop that really requires an hour of viewing or you sit around and wait.
Ok. On Route A we got quite wet. Route B cancelled morning service. Therefore we had to get a taxi to get to an appointment, an extra cost we did not expect. We did however catch it in the afternoon and did some of the trip.
Good for the high points of the city, but the audio was difficult to hear.
Too long ad sometimes boring. No stops at the interest points in the Tour B.
This tour is not recommended the bus runs every two hours so if you hop off you have to fill in two hours waiting for the return of the bus . If you stay on the bus there is very little to see as the bus makes the trip around you actually need to get off to see the sights. We found that walking around the city was by far the best.
We couldn't use our vouchers: because of the marathon the busses were only driving at the end of the day (when we were departing)