Shop 'til you drop (and save money while doing it) on this day trip to Serravalle Designer Outlet from Milan, with round-trip transfers. Board a comfortable coach in Milan for the 60-mile (100-kilometer) ride to the outlet center. Once there, go wild popping into as many of the 200 shops that your time there will afford. Take advantage of discounts of 70% off name brands such as Dolce & Gabbana, Adidas, Versaci, Timberland, and more. For more benefits, upgrade the tour to the VIP Shopping Pass and get a 10% discount and fast-track coach boarding.
I am a local wine maker and owner of a winery. I was born here in one of Italy's most famous wine regions in Piemonte.
I offer private and personalized wine tours from Torino.
My tours will give you the chance to explore some of Italy's most genuine and authentic wineries.
I have turned my passion for making wine into teaching and sharing my love of wine with people from all over the world.
Maximize your time at the Egyptian Museum of Turin, and explore the gallery’s wealth of Egyptian artifacts with a prebooked ticket and guide. Saving you time on admission lines, the tour takes you straight to the highlights. Hear the stories behind the ancient mummies, and learn about the Pharaohs and their jewelry as you explore. Numbers are capped at 15 for a small-group experience.
Considered one of Italy’s greatest red wines, Barolo is a favorite of oenophiles around the world. During your next visit to the Piedmont wine region—a UNESCO World Heritage Site—learn more about how Barolo and other local varietals are made during a behind-the-scenes tour of a family-run winery. Tour the vineyards, visit the cellar, and enjoy samples of a dozen wines, plus locally made meats and cheese.
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's 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.
Barolo and Barbaresco are two of Piedmont’s flagship wines and among the most prestigious in Italy. Discover the scenic hills where these blockbuster reds are made with this sommelier-led wine tour. Begin in the picturesque hill town of Neive for a brief introduction to the area, then stop at two boutique wineries to meet the producers and learn the history and stories behind their wines while enjoying guided tastings.
Piedmont is one of the most well-known wine-producing regions in the world. If you are in Turin, you should definitely try local wines, as they are part of this region's amazing heritage. The best way to do it is by taking part in a wine tasting, where a professional sommelier will guide you through this fantastic wine discovery.
More than that, this tasting can be perfectly incorporated into your Turin sightseeing activities, as the tasting room is located right in the heart of the city. We are within walking distance from Porta Nuova railway station, Piazza Vittorio Veneto, Piazza Bodoni, Po river embankment, Via Roma shopping street and other historical places.
Learn all the secrets of Piedmont's terroir and prepare yourself for a fully-immersive, fun, and engaging sensory experience!
Discover one of Turin’s highlight landmarks without any hassle—this skip-the-line, Private tour of the Royal Palace of Turin makes logistics seamless. Pick between morning and afternoon tour times, and meet your guide right outside of the landmark. With your priority entry, you’ll head straight inside the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Learn about the Savoy royalty who once inhabited the palace, see the Royal Armory and Library, explore the Gardens, and even stop by the Turin Cathedral.
The Royal Palace and Egyptian Museum are two of Turin’s blockbuster sights, but visiting them back-to-back can be overwhelming. With this tour, save time with skip-the-line tickets and head straight to the highlights with a guide to cover both in just hours. Tour the baroque halls of the “Palazzo Reale”, ending at the Chapel of the Holy Shroud, then head to the “Museo Egizio”, home to dazzling ancient art and artifacts.
Enjoy 2 hours guided experience and together with an expert tour guide and discover the magnificent Royal Palace of Turin, UNESCO World Heritage site.
Explore the Savoy Royal Family palace and hear about their secrets and stories. Admire the Mirror room, the Ball’s room and many other places where Royals lived.
While strolling around be amazed by the elegant and luxurious furnishings of the Royal apartments.
Continue your guided tour to the amazing Royal Armory, where it features one of the world’s largest collections of weapons and to the Royal Library, which conserves more than 200.000 volumes, ancient maps, engravings, notes and drawings.
Do not miss the unique chance to make a jump into the past throughout the history of the Italian Royal Family of Savoy.
The tour passes the places where the footsteps of the Savoy dynasty resounded from the 1500s to the 20th century.
Born in Turin and having always lived in Turin, Luisa knows all the most characteristic points of the Palazzo, the most important objects but also the most particular. A view of the Turin Cathedral from the top of the Chapel designed by Guarino Guarini, reopened in 2018 after a long restoration following the fire of 1997, with a description full of details and peculiarities.
The Royal Armory has one-of-a-kind exhibits from every era.
In addition, one hour free visit of the historic center in its main points.
Discover the history and mystery behind the Holy Shroud of Turin. Legend says that the burial garment of Jesus's crucified body was transferred to Turin in 1578 by the Dukes of Savoy. Uncover all these secrets on the tour. Just one of the fascinating theories about the Holy Shroud is considered to be the most important relic in Christianity but is rarely displayed. The ancient linen has been preserved in the royal chapel of the cathedral of San Giovanni Battista. Follow the history behind the burial shroud by visiting the breathtaking Chapel of the Holy Shroud, Guarino Guarini’s masterpiece and one of the most famous Baroque buildings in the world. Continue to the Renaissance Cathedral dedicated to St. John The Baptist where the Shroud is kept and displayed for very special occasions only.
End the tour with a guided tour of the Museum of the Holy Shroud to answer some of the questions linked to the authenticity of the Shroud, a relic that draws people from all over the world.
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.
Enjoy an amazing truffle hunting with a professional "Trifolao" and his trained dog in Monforte d' Alba. Breathe pure air in a plank of gorgeous wood and enjoy the intense truffle scent. Accompanied by your guide to meet the hunter and his two dogs, who are specially trained to sniff out truffles, you’ll have a good chance of tracking down the elusive fungi. Along the way, learn more about truffles and why they are so rare, and pick up expert tips on how to find them. The experience ends with a wine tasting.
Meet your guide at the entrance of the palace and start exploring the halls and rooms where the Savoia, the Italian royal family used to live. Learn about the secrets and the legends around the royals and discover their golden treasure: a stunning palace celebrating luxury. Visit the amazing throne room, a brilliant example of the Italian baroque style. Gold and gemstones embellish the magnificent hall, symbol of the opulence of that period.
Enter the royal office where the king signed his coronation documents, and many other fascinating and luxurious chambers, such as the ballroom or the apartments. Finally, end your visit with the baroque Chapel of the Holy Shroud, which was built exactly to preserve the Holy Shroud. Even though you will not find it there anymore, because a big fire threatened to destroy it, this is definitely a place worth visiting.
Did you know that Torino hosts the oldest and the most important Egyptian Museum after the one in Cairo? Did you know that Torino has been the first Capital in Italy?
Come and discover with a private exclusive tour!
Take your first class train from Milano Centrale included in your excursion and a private local guide will meet you at the railway station in Torino at your arrival.
You will enjoy a skip the line guided tour of the stunning Egyptian Museum among statues and mummies and Pharaohs in an amazing atmosphere!
A private city tour to discover the elegant city center together with the Royal Gardens and precius old palaces. You will enjoy the excellent typical chocolate in a nice shop!
Your guide will end your tour at the railway station to pick up your first class train back to Milan.
Piedmont (Piemonte in Italian) means "foot of the mountains", Turin, the region's major city isn't just the car capital of Italy and home to the Holy Shroud. Neoclassical piazzas, shops filled with chocolates and chic fashions, and elegant Baroque palazzos have been restored in grand style.
We’re a small team, we want you to discover the beauty of Turin and Piemont. Piedmont is a region rich in history, well worth visiting at least once in a lifetime. We suggest, but you decide what you want to see and do. Our group are max 10 people,we are in no hurry, we do the tours with a lot of relax.
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 Langhe is a beautiful area of Piemonte that’s known for its abundance of vineyards and truffle grounds. Instead of having to organize car rental from Turin, this day trip provides a hassle-free alternative—a private driver for the day. Not having to drive means you can visit multiple vineyards in a day and you can choose to go for wine tastings along the way without any transport worries.
Take a break from sightseeing and experience the authentic side of Turin with this home cooking class. Learn how to knead, roll out, and form two traditional types of pasta (filled and shaped) plus assemble a luscious tiramisù from scratch under the guidance of your local host and instructor. Then relax over a family-style meal featuring the dishes you've created, served with wine and coffee.
Explore Turin by bike on a 3.5-hour tour with an informative guide. Discover the city of Italy's royal family, including famous attractions such as the castle, Valentino Park, and Mole Antonelliana, along with hidden gems that are favored by the locals. Choose between a morning or afternoon tour with a small group limited to 13 participants. Includes guide and use of bike equipment.
Turin is known for its prestigious cuisine featuring delicacies from truffles to chocolate. Take a deep dive into the city’s food culture with this gourmet walking tour to visit restaurants, learn about traditional dishes, and enjoy tastings and lunch with a foodie guide. Sample specialties including grissini (breadsticks), agnolotti and tajerin pasta, vitello tonné (veal with tuna sauce) and steak tartare, chocolates, and bicerin (a chocolate-infused coffee drink).
The Egyptian Museum is one of the most popular attractions in Turin but waiting in the long line to enter can eat into your sightseeing time. With this tour, enjoy fast-track admission and take in the vast collection’s highlights in just a few hours with a guide. Learn about ancient Egyptian culture and history while admiring world-class art and artifacts including decorated sarcophagi, statue of Ramses II, and vast papyrus collection.
History and culture play a very important role in everyday life in Turin. Especially in the city center you can find the most important places, considered the clear proof of the importance of Turin in the past.
If you visit Turin you should make a stop at the Mole Antonelliana. Undisputed symbol of the city, this wonderful location hosts the National Cinema Museum.
Enjoy a 2-hour guided experience together with a local tour guide, who will take you through the halls of this temple of cinema. Here, you can admire extraordinary collections and, at the same time, retrace the history of cinema from its origins to the present day. An interactive visit to discover sets, objects and many historical artifacts.
At the end, you will take the panoramic lift to the Mole Antonelliana. Directly from the panoramic terrace you will be breathless in front of the view of Turin. Here, your guide will explain every secret and anecdote about this city that was the Capital of Italy during Savoy Kingdom.
IMPORTANT: The Ascent in the panoramic lift is NOT guaranteed due to possible interruptions due to bad weather. In this case, the visit could be limited to the Cinema Museum only.
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