Chocolate and all things sweet are at the heart of this walking tour in Turin. Explore the city’s Old Town with a food-focused tour including stops at chocolate shops and historic cafes. Learn about how chocolate is made and how Turin developed a reputation for confectionery and patisserie. Taste bicerin, a traditional drink native to Turin that combines coffee and chocolate.
Turin is one of Europe’s great chocolate-making cities and this 3-hour tasting tour is tailor-made for chocoholics. Admire Turin’s historic center on a walking tour; visit the city’s best pastry shops, chocolatiers, and cafés; and indulge your sweet tooth with delicious homemade chocolates and sweet treats.
Experience the delicious confections of Italy’s chocolate capital on a small-group tour around Turin. Learn about the history of Italian chocolate, which stretches back to the 16th century, and how the ‘black gold’ has evolved into popular treats like Giandujotto and Nutella over the years. Walk around the historic center, stopping at local chocolate shops, and sample a variety of chocolate-themed treats.
In two and a half hours you will get to see the main attractions of Turin thanks to the help of a local guide! Meet your guide in Piazza Castello and start your journey in the historical centre of this stupendous city. You will marvel at the facades of the important buildings in Piazza Castello: Palazzo Madama, the Royal Palace and the building of the Royal Armoury. Next you will pass by the main squares of the city, such as Piazza San Carlo and Piazza Solferino and stop at the world famous Bar Bicerin. Here you will sip the authentic café bicerin, a soft drink with chocolate, coffee and milk. A true delicacy you cannot miss in the capital of chocolate! Finally end the tour in a special way, by going up the Mole Antonelliana, the symbol of Turin, and marvelling the city from a high point of view! Thanks to this tour you will fall in love of the city and will want to know more about it. Don't hesitate to ask your guide to suggest you other beauties to visit during your stay!
Discover Turin’s rich chocolate tradition during this 3-hour hands-on cooking class. Learn about how the city became Italy’s chocolate capital from your host before diving right into the cooking class. Create delicious recipes with chocolate as the main ingredient such as cocoa noodles with sausage ragu and cocoa butter cake with gorgonzola before enjoying the fruits of your labor with a glass of wine.
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).
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.
Chocolate is food for your heart and soul, which is why this tour is a must! If you have never tried a chocolate tour in Torino, this is your chance to take a step into heaven...Our kid-friendly guide will take you and your family on a mouth-watering walk through the most “chocolatey” areas of Turin, where you will taste the most delicious "food of the gods"!It goes without saying that kids will love this tour and with our guide, an expert on entertaining children, they will learn many things about chocolate.
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 considered Italy’s capital of chocolate, where you can taste world famous chocolate truffles and learn about their manufacture. Turin’s chocolate shops and patisseries date back to the 18th century and are precious establishments to the locals. You will get to visit these establishments thanks to the knowledge of a local, that will accompany in this flavourful journey! Meet your guide in Piazza Castello in front of Palazzo Madama. Start exploring the beauty of the city and then stop at the famous chocolate shop that invented the Gianduiotto, an exquisite treat!Your next stop will be “Al Bicerin” which invented a special beverage that takes the same name as the cafè, and is made with chocolate, milk and coffee. The last stop will be where the first ice-cream on a stick was invented, the “Pinguino”. If you are a chocolate lover don’t miss the opportunity to join this tour and share your love with other foodies!
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!