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.
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.
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.
Discover two sides of Turin on this introductory private tour. After meeting your guide, your adventure will begin with a walking tour of the historical city center, including the Palazzo Reale, the city’s sweeping public squares, and the Renaissance–era Capella della Sacra Sindone. Then, head into the Egyptian Museum with skip-the-line access and discover the country’s most significant collection of ancient Egyptian artifacts.
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.
Turin’s Baroque buildings, lively piazzas, and tree-lined boulevards are best explored on foot, and this private 2-hour walking tour lets you see the city at your own pace. Admire landmarks such as San Lorenzo Church, Teatro Regio, and Palazzo Reale; browse the shops along Via Roma; and soak up the atmosphere in Piazza San Carlo.
Turin’s Egyptian Museum is one of the largest of its kind in the world and exploring with a private guide ensures you make the most of your visit. Enjoy skip-the-line access to the museum, then take a guided tour of the exhibits, which include over 30,000 Egyptian antiquities.
Get to know the city through the eyes of a passionate local. With no set itinerary, you can customize the tour or leave it up to the local for an insightful introduction to the city. Make travel about the people you meet not just the places you see.
Beat the crowds on this private tour of elegant Turin. Choose from a number of daily departure times, and meet your guide in the city center. You’ll see the Piazza Vittorio (one of the largest public squares in Europe), Renaissance–era palaces, and other highlights. Then, venture into the Mole Antonelliana building, which houses the National Museum of Cinema. Skip-the-line access will save you time; once inside, explore at your leisure.
Turin is known for its dramatic scenery and chic cuisine, but this 2-hour walking tour celebrates the city’s history. With a local guide, visit landmarks including Castle Square, Madama Palace, the State Archives, Royal Palace of Turin, and more. Learn about the buildings, stories, and characters of this Piedmont capital city.
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.
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!
Explore the wonderful collection in the National Automobile Museum and get a 24-hour hop-on hop-off bus ticket with this tourist package in Turin. Tour the city on bus lines A and B with your ticket, getting on and off as much as you like during the 24 hours of validity.
The Egyptian Museum of Turin holds more than 30,000 Egyptian artifacts—one of the largest collections of Egyptian antiquities in the world, and enough to keep the most curious kids engaged. With this tour, visit the museum collections with a guide who specializes in working with children. It’s absolutely ideal for families, and for letting someone else keep children busy for a few hours.
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.
Explore Italy’s first capital during a 1.5-hour walking tour through Turin. Learn about the city’s rich history and visit its key landmarks such as the Palazzo Reale, the Church of San Lorenzo, Teatro Regio, and more. Then avoid the crowds of the Egyptian Museum with skip-the-line admission and enjoy a 1.5-hour guided tour through ancient Egyptian artifacts and antiquities.
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.
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.
This is an exclusive Private Tour, led by your local and friendly Food Specialists, which includes; Memorable dinner and Unique wine&cocktail experience.Evening out in Turin is that type of luxurious experience that you should give yourself if you have chosen as destination of your holiday Turin. The first Italian capital shows its unique charm in thGorgeous, royal and exclusive locations allow you to experience its most refined atmospheare.On this Tour we provide:-Tasting of 4 precious labels of Vermouth made in Turin;-2 typical starters;-1 first dish based on traditional fresh and stuffed pasta;-1 second course based on meat;-Designed cocktails and gourmet mini cold and warm dishes in inventive lounge bars;-Refined local wines in a warm and beautiful restaurant and vinery.-Experience the vibrant and glamour night life of the city centre with your locals.Come, and hang out with your new Evening-Out friends!
Enjoy a 2-hour guided tour to explore the Italian capital of Baroque. Spot the signs of the greatness of the House of Savoy and admire the beauty of the Church of San Lorenzo, Palazzo Carignano and much more!