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Take a day to pamper yourself having a relaxing experience to explore the Langhe, land of wines and truffles. Your driver and guide will pick you up at hotel and you will take the journey to the Langhe, where you will see the Belvedere of La Morra, a small hill town with the best viewpoint to see Langhe.
Then, you will take the wine path in Barolo and stop for a visit in a typical wine cellar, tasting the wine who takes the name of the city. You will also be fascinated by the picturesque sloping roofs and the elegant Castle overlooking the city.
It will be time to reach Alba, home of the white truffle, the most prized in the world! You will stroll around the historical center, where you will see the hundred red towers that date back to the time of Lords.
An unforgettable experience as you will find yourself immersed in the green of the hills, like in a old film about Italy, among vineyards and landscapes, tasting good wine and food in the small villages far from the hustle of the city.
Italy is a patchwork of local cuisines, each with a proud heritage and unique dishes. On this walking tour, take a deep dive into that of food-centric Turin, from its market to its neighborhood eateries. Sample a plethora of local delicacies from street foods to restaurant fare, learning about their role in the city’s gastronomic culture from your guide. Taste wines and get your caffeine fix with Turin’s prized coffee.
Turin’s historic center is rich with lavish architecture and important museums, but fitting in the highlights in a single day can be complicated. See the Royal Palace, Duomo, and Piazza San Carlo in just hours with this guided walking tour, all while learning about this fascinating city that was the first capital of Italy. End your visit with a stop at the Cinema Museum and a jaunt to the top of the Mole Antonelliana.
Scout out Turin’s mysterious side on a 2.5-hour evening tour with a local guide. Home to an array of beguiling landmarks tucked away in clandestine corners, Turin has long been associated with magic and the occult. Hear all about it, and learn about the city’s black and white magic ‘souls’ as you explore by coach.
The vast Royal Palace complex is one of the highlights of Turin, but visiting the lavish Savoy residence on your own can be overwhelming. With this guided tour, take in the sumptuous royal apartments, armory, library, and Chapel of the Shroud in just a few hours. Learn about the royal family and the unification of Italy from your guide, as well as the art and architecture of this regal landmark.
Turin’s Egyptian Museum has one of the world’s largest collections of ancient Egyptian artefacts, and visiting can be daunting. With this guided tour, take in the highlights in just a few hours and get a better understanding of the sarcophagi, papyrus scrolls, and other important objects on display with the insights and explanations of your guide. Learn about Egypt’s golden age, its ancient deities, and daily life along the Nile.
Take the ultimate chocolate tour through Turin and sample three different treats. Follow your private guide around the city of Turin over the course of two hours and learn about how Turin became Italy’s chocolate capital and discover the techniques of the Turinese chocolatiers. Then sample chocolate in three different forms, hot chocolate, gianduiotto, and the bicern coffee drink before completing the tour.
Discover the sweet side of Turin with a food-focused walking tour. Taste several chocolate-based specialties of Torino including Bicerin (an espresso and chocolate drink), gelato, pastries, and chocolate bars. Follow your guide on a stroll through the heart of the city and learn about the history of chocolate making in this region of Italy.
This is the best way to visit Turin if you want to walk around and learn about its history.
The tour involves a private walking in the city center, starting from Piazza Castello, fulcrum from which the four most important streets of the city branch off home. Heart of the city in the past as in the present, Piazza Castello is home of the Royal Palace, Palazzo Madama, the Teatro Regio and San Lorenzo Church. The best place to introduce you to the city!
Turin is famous for its squares, discover piazza san Carlo, Piazza Solferino and Piazza Carignano with your guide! Take a break and taste the warm Bicerin or the Pinguino, the local ice cream.
Walking along Via Po', you'll reach the most important monument of Turin, the Mole Antonelliana; here is hosted the Museum of Cinema and by fast access tickets, you will skip the line to reach the top of Mole Antonelliana and admire the breath-taking view of Turin landscape!
Meet your guide at Piazza Carignano and then skip the long lines to enter Turin's Egyptian Museum. Pick-up from your hotel is possible if it is centrally located, but note that you will then walk to the museum.
The Egyptian Museum in Turin is the most important of its kind in the world after the one in Cairo. Home to over 30,000 artifacts that narrate 5,000 years of Ancient Egyptian history, the collection includes art, religious relics and items from everyday life during the time of the great pharaohs.
As a guided tour with a private guide, you can choose your preferred date and start time. Your guide will be waiting to take you on an exciting journey through the museum.
Experience the true aperitif culture and traditions of Turin on a private 2.5-hour evening walking tour. Follow your guide to three of the city’s top gastronomic locations and taste aperitifs paired with traditional dishes at each. Starting in Piazza Palazzo di Citta and ending at Vittorio Veneto, the culinary excursion also takes you past some of the city’s most noteworthy landmarks.
Discover the original Icon of the Renaissance.
An exclusive exhibition in Turin, the city that houses some of Leonardo’s most illustrious drawings, will take visitors into the very heart of History and Beauty, showing them closely the most famous ICON OF THE WORLD: the ORIGINAL LEONARDO DA VINCI Self Portrait in a fascinating exhibition in the amazing setting of the Royal Library in Torino until March, 8th 2020.
Architect, sculptor, painter, anatomist: the works kept in the Royal Library of Turin display the whole genius of Leonardo da Vinci and his research between Science and Art through the tool of drawing. The Celebrations of the 500th anniversary of the artist’s death will be a unique opportunity to admire up close the drawings purchased and donated to the Savoy family in the 19th century: from the famous “Codex on the Flight of Birds” to Leonardo self- portrait as an old man and many others amazing designs from Leonardo and other Renaissance geniuses.
The city of Turin is known as the Italian capital of chocolate and this patisserie tour takes you to a few of the city’s best cafes and confectionaries. Learn how chocolate came to the Italian region hundreds of years ago and sample delicious confections such as gianduiotti, bicerin, marron glace, pinguino, and more. Become a chocolate expert after this tour and explore more of Turin’s confectionaries on your own.
Turin is known for both its architectural beauty and fantastic food scene, so it’s only natural to combine the two. On this 3-hour tour with a local guide, pop into four local restaurants to sample everything from appetizers to dessert and coffee. Between stops, your guide shares information and history about the city.
Luisa, born and always lived in Turin, will lead you to visit with completely new eyes and experience the beauties and savor the sweetnesses of the city. Licensed Professional Tour Guide, graduated with insights in History and Archaeology, History of Art, Degree in Restoration and Conservation of Cultural Heritage; will guide you to the most secret mysteries of the city that pulsates under your feet.
Maximize time spent in Turin with this private guided tour. See the city’s top landmarks including Palazzo Reale, the Baroque-style Church of San Lorenzo, and the Renaissance Cathedral (home to the Holy Shroud). Skip the line to enter Mole Antonelliana, for sweeping views of Turin, and explore the history of Italian cinema at your own pace in the National Museum of Cinema.
We will start our day in the historical center of Neive, a small medieval hilltop town. One of the towns of the Barbaresco wine area and one of Italy’s top 5 most beautiful hilltop villages. We will sit down in a caffè with a warm beverage of your choice and will go over the area with the local maps to give a better idea of the regions, the grapes, the winemaking process, and what we will be tasting throughout the day. From there we will take a beautiful drive through the the hilly roadways that are covered in vines that brings us to our first winery stop, where we will see the wine making process, talk about some family history, and a taste of some of the family’s most precious wines. After we will stop in a medieval village for lunch at a small local spot, before heading to our second winery visit. We will then after, head back to our meeting point where you will be free to enjoy an aperitivo or dinner after the tour. The start time is at 9.30 and the end time is at 17.00
Time to first millennia of the Muslims Era (632 AD)
You will see the complete tomb of Kha and Merit, inviolate tombs, never found before, like Tuthankhamon in Cairo.
Three floors of wonderful finds, unveiled by a passionate authorized Tour Guide.
Personalized itinerary through the millennia of Egyptian culture and art, along the most important museum of Egyptian antiquities in the world after Cairo.
The tomb of Kha and Merit, the most important intact find after that of Tutankhamun.
Entire rock tomb from Egypt
Collection of papyrus and sarcophagi, mummies and impressive monuments from the birth of civilization to the Ptolemaic period and the Roman conquest.
Temporary and thematic exhibitions.
An itinerary that winds through the heart of the historic city centre of Turin, alternating secondary alleys with some of the most famous squares, proceeding towards the area of the Jewish ghetto: along the way, our guide will let you discover an interesting collection of historical workshops and access gates to the courtyards of palaces, most of them dating back to the 17th century, enriched by surprising symbolic masks, cherubs and animal figures.
We will stop at some cafes, groceries and trimming shops, most of which are still original, we will decipher the architectural and decorative elements present both outside and inside, on counters, shelves, chandeliers and in pottery for the preservation of ointments, spices and medicines as in the case of the ancient drugstores.
In the streets which were once part of the Jewish ghetto some wrought-iron gates can still be seen in buildings with one more floor than the neighboring houses although being of the same height.
Meet the guide in Piazza Carignano and enter the beautiful building with a skip-the-line ticket. Explore the exhibitions dedicated exclusively to ancient Egyptian culture and art. Take a journey through time as the displays show items in chronological order, from the 4th-century BC to the 3rd-century AD. Together with your guide, discover the mysterious and magical side of the Egyptian Empire on this gripping tour.
See the spectacular Tomb of Kha, a tomb builder to the pharaohs, which dates back to 3,500 BC. Admire the sarcophagi, statues, sundries, and furniture, as well as astonishingly well-preserved items such as salted meat and a pottery bowl with the remains of tamarind and grapes.
Next, head to the Drovetti Collection of papyrus sheets, which is considered by some as the most important in the world. Finally, visit the Ellesija Temple, a rock-hewn temple which is more than 3,500-years-old.