Indulge in the fantastic and impressive wines of the Piedmont region in northwestern Italy. Visit wine cellars and vineyards of Langhe and Roero and be prepared to taste some amazing wine, including Barolo, Barbaresco, Nebbiolo, Roero, Barbera, Dolcetto and Arneis. Choose between a half-day or a full-day tour, exploring and learning about the wines of the area.
Get a bird’s-eye view of Italy’s Alpine landscape with this 1-hour hot air balloon ride over Piedmont. Soar over the city of Turin and the wine regions of Barolo and Langhe, passing the Alps, hilltop castles and vineyards. Upon landing, toast to your adventure with a glass of sparkling wine. Upgrade your ticket to include hotel pickup and drop-off from central Turin.
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.
Learn about Barolo wines from the grape vines to the tasting rooms during a half-day wine tour from Turin. Take a walk in the vineyards and a guided tour of the wine cellar, then head to the tasting room for a guided wine tasting accompanied by typical snacks from the region. Private round-trip transportation from central Turin is provided for your convenience.
The Langhe—home to the slow food movement, rare white truffles, and Barolo wine—is where gourmets go to indulge. This tour saves you the hassle of navigation while taking you to some of the best wineries in the Langhe and the towns where truffle specialties are made. Skip a pedestrian wine-tasting for a full-day, guided affair that takes you to explore regional wine and food in at least three towns.
Turin was founded by the Romans: it is one of the most important and beautiful cities in northern Italy, problably the most elegant city in Italy: Turin was Savoia's royal dinasty capital city where all kings of Italy were born, here in Turin you can really feel the taste of the most aristocratic and elegant city in Italy. Moreover there are lots of places and attractions to be seen in Turin, a lot of neoclassical architecture style buildings built during the Savoia's kingdom to celebrate the power of Savoia's royal dinasty. We can go up to the terrace of the Mole tower to see the splendid panorama over the Alps. Turin is called the city of Magic since Nostradamus and Cagliostro were hosted here and there is also the very famous Egyptian museum full of magic and mistery. Come to Turin! it is an unforgottable experience! This is a private guided tour for your group only or if you are a single tourist only for you.
Geneva’s modern, polished facade belies a history stretching back to the ancient Gauls. Situated on the shores of Europe’s largest alpine lake, the symbol of the city it the “Jet d’eau” – a fountain shooting a jet of water 140-meters into the air, within view of many of the most upscale hotels and many restaurants. On the left-hand shore, the Old Town is dominated by St. Peter’s Cathedral. Founded in 1160, the Romanesque-turned-Gothic structure was given a neo-classical facade in the 18th century. Along with the rich religious trappings, visitors can also see the archaeological dig site in the basement, or climb the tower for stupendous views of the city. The entire country is synonymous with watches, and the Patek Phillipe Museum is sure to make even the most seasoned horologist green with envy.
Bergamo's Venetian walls are both classic and opulent, with the power to captivate the sternest of men. The wall has two armories, two platforms, 14 bastions, and the chance to walk inside the walls to visit the vaulted chambers of San Michele and San Giovanni. The wall also divides the city into two - the Upper Town, (La Citta Alta) which sits on top of the hill packed with narrow wandering streets, and the Lower Town (La Citta Bassa), which extends towards the plains and the major international airport. This split distinction is Bergamo's most seductive feature. The city boasts its proximity to the Alps, close distance to its airport, and its passion art. Bergamo's historic boroughs, Piazza Veechia, and a visit to any of the city's finest dining establishments are a definite must-do's for tourists.
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, you will find yourself immersed in the green of the hills, as in an old film about Italy, among vineyards and landscapes, tasting good wine and food in the small villages far from the hustle of the city.
A path within the Unesco core areas The Barbaresco hills, among vineyards, hazel groves and truffle grounds.Medium difficulty route, with off-road sections that require a fair mastery of the bicycle, and short uphill stretches to be tackled with ebikes or by trained people.During the excursion we will stop in the cellar for a wine tasting
Genova’s old city is made up of a variety of small streets and alleys known as ‘Caruggi’. Hidden inside lies seaside villas, boutiques, and a variety of modern, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture. Genova also has a marina and several seaside bars and shops. Via Garibaldi is perhaps the city’s most important street. The elegant street is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and serves as the cultural center of Genova. Via Garibaldi houses the city’s best art collections assorted in three palaces. One of the city’s proudest attractions is Acquario. Acquario is the largest aquarium in Europe and is a must-see. Don’t forget to also visit Genova’s cathedral, Cattedrale di San Lorenzo. This medieval fortress is a patchwork of Gothic and Renaissance styles. You’ll find splendor and enjoyment hidden around every corner of the city!
Immerse yourself in a world of super fast street cars and F1 race cars on a tour of Maranello and its surrounding areas. Discover the 20th-century history of Ferrari supercars at the Museo Ferrari, and visit Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari in Modena.
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 landscape. 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 piedmontese UNESCO Heritage country that pulsates under your feet.