With a local guide, visit the Royal Palace of Turin, a 16th-century palace constructed for the House of Savoy, which ruled the city for 200 years. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the grounds feature expansive gardens, an armory with one of the world’s largest collections of weapons, and a small chapel believed by many to hold the burial shroud of Jesus.
Discover one of Turin’s highlight landmarks without any hassle—this skip-the-line, small-group 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.
In the 17th century the Royal Palace of Turin was built as the residence of the royal family, the Savoy. It is a perfect ensemble of different styles and remains as it was built at the time, the same decorations, furniture and architecture. Thanks to this tour you will learn all about it, thanks to the knowledge of a local guide. Once inside, marvel at the extravagant decorations and design of the Royal Apartments. Go up the Scala delle Forbici, a scissored staircase designed by the Rococo architect, Juvarra. Two of the main rooms of the palace are the Royal Library and the Royal Armoury Gallery, that house two of the most important collections of the palace, books and arms. Lastly take a visit to the beautiful Royal Gardens, with its rare blooming flowers and the magnificent fountain Fontana dei Tritoni. While visiting Turin you won’t want to miss this tour of one of the most important landmarks of the city, the Royal Palace!
Turin, is the capital of Art Nouveau in Italy also known as Liberty, let yourself be captured by this romantic guided walking tour.Be amazed by the beautiful architecture as:Casa Fenoglio, La fleur: the beautiful house immediately strikes the eye for the delightful floral friezes that cover the facade.The House of Dragons, the palace is certainly one of the most valuable examples in the city of the skilful mix between the neo-Gothic French style and the Art Nouveau style that was so fashionable in Turin at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.Villino Raby is one of Pietro Fenoglio's masterpieces. The wrought iron railings lead to the rooms with the large bow-window and the precious decorations of the master Domenico Smeriglio.Chiesa di Gesù Nazareno it was built in the decade 1904/1913 on a project by the architect Giuseppe Gallo, in neo-Gothic style with "Art Nouveau" or "Liberty" influences.You will also have a break in cafeteria with Art Nouveau deco, Enjoy!
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.
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.
Start exploring Turin at beakfast time with a local guide! The tour begins in one of the most beautiful and fascinating places of the city, Piazza San Carlo, a beautiful seventeenth-century square which has been given the name of "Turin's salon". Have breakfast in the most important café of this square, which opened in 1842 and where politics and writers, philosopher and main charachters of italian history used to meet. The tour continues with a walk in the most elegant Street in town: via Cernaia that walks along the Roman Quadrilater. Along the way your local guide will show you hidden gems you will never see on your own! The last stop of your tour is the Porta Palazzo food market, the largest outdoor market in Europe, where you will taste local cheeses and cured meat. On your tour, the guide gives you great tips on what are the best things to do in town. The best way to start your day in the wonderful city of Turin!
If you would like a quick overview of the city of Turin, this tour is perfect for you. With a local guide you will get to see the main landmarks of the city and listen to the stories that your guide will tell you of the culture and traditions of Turin. In just two hours you will get to see the main monuments, streets and squares of Turin. Meet your guide in Piazza CLN, pass by Piazza San Carlo and Porta Palazzo, the main market of Turin. Next arrive in Piazza Castello where you can see the Royal Palace and the Duomo of Turin, two of the main landmarks of Turin. Finally walk along Via Po and look up to the Mole Antonelliana, the symbol of Turin. Take advantage of the knowledge of your guide and let them advise you of all the things to do in Turin next. Thanks to this outdoor tour you will want to see and learn more of this beautiful city!
Turin has a world-famous charm: every monument hides magic and mystery.A 2-hour walking tour of the city to get to know in a short time every curious, important and hidden corner. The most important and mysterious monuments, the history of the city, the most visited streets, the antique shops and nowadays shopping. And then we will talk about food, chocolate, wines and delicacies. Turin has been an important city for 2000 years: discover it with me!
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.
Non fare il solito giro del centro città! Aspetta che il buio avvolga le vie e le piazze e poi ascolta chi ti racconta i segreti di Torino. Ogni angolo diventa più affascinante e la vita notturna anima ogni luogo. E poi di notte si raccontano non soltanto i monumenti e i palazzi, ma anche misteri, delitti, magie: tutto diventa più intrigante!
Turin is famous all around the world as the capital of chocolate. Thanks to our tour you will have the chance to taste the different types of chocolates produced in Turin and marvel at its main highlights. You will get to learn all about the manufacture of chocolate by local maitre chocolatier in antique chocolate shops of the historical centre of Turin.Meet your guide in Piazza Castello and start your delicious journey by first sightseeing the Royal Palace and the Duomo cathedral. Your first stop will be at the chocolate shop where the Giandujotto was invented, a delicious hazelnut praline. Then stop at Bicerin, near the Consolata, the café that serves the same name beverage, made with the finest chocolate, milk and coffee. Finally stop in Piazza Carignano where you will taste the first ice cream on a stick, the Pinguino. Share your love of chocolate in this small group tour and take some chocolate back home with you!