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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).
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, from its market to its 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.
The aperitivo is one of Italy’s—especially Turin’s—time-honored traditions, and often a restaurant or bar’s proudest accomplishment. With this tour, get an easy, varied introduction to the pre-dinner drink by sampling three aperitivi in three locations in the heart of Turin. Pair the aperitivi with food and wine, and listen to your guide tells stories about local culinary traditions and history.
Get underneath the skin of Turin with this guided tour of underground Turin. The capital of Piedmont is a city that has long been shrouded in mystery. From the occult to black magic, Turin has long been known as a mysterious place. And now you can literally go underground to explore the tunnels that run beneath the ancient palaces and churches and hear stories of unsolved murders and ghostly intrigue.
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.
Meet our local tour leader and start this journey in the gastronomic world of Piedmont.Appreciate the historical shops and taste a range of traditional dishes while you will learn about curiosity and history.Taste Gianduiotto, legend has it that the gianduiotto was born as a result of the continental blockade of 1806 imposed by Napoleon, many chocolatiers began to produce chocolate by replacing part of the dough with hazelnuts.Bicerin, which in Piedmont means "glass", is the name of a typical non-alcoholic drink from Turin, which originates from another 18th century drink called "bavareisa".Vitel tonnè with a glass of wine, contrary to what one might think, is not originally from France but is very Italian: the term vitel tonnè comes from the Piedmontese dialect.Cheeses occupy a very important part of the Piedmontese enogastronomic heritage because there are more than hundreds and many of them have acquired over the years the designation DOP and DOC.
Discover two of Turin’s major highlights on this small-group tour. Begin with the splendors of the city’s historic center, including the Piazza Castello, the Galleria Subalpina, and more. Then, beat the crowds with skip-the-line access to the city’s Egyptian Museum, which is home to a staggeringly extensive collection of ancient artifacts. See the highlights of the collection, and learn more about the museum’s priceless treasures, from your guide.
See one of Europe’s most beautiful medieval abbeys, and spend time exploring it during this 5-hour tour of Sacra di San Michele from Turin. Travel to Mt. Pirchiriano to the abbey that’s known worldwide for inspiring the film The Name of the Rose, which stars Sean Connery.
You can visit the city accompanied by a guide who will be for you as a friend who has always lived in the city.The scooter tour also allows you to visit the city in a simple, young and fashionable way!Turin is a royal city, ancient ... many call it "a small Paris", Turin is a city with a thousand facets, it is the intersection of white magic and black magic, it is the city of automobile industry and at the same time the "greenest" city in Italy; and do you know that you can run the whole center in the rain without an umbrella? In fact Turin already has 18km of arcades ...You can book also a tasting food and wine at the end of the tour, at "La Casa del Barolo". It's a wineshop in downtown Turin since 1974, which best represents the tradition of good drinking with over 1,000 labels of fine local wines.You will drink tipical local wine like NEBBIOLO and BARBERA and taste a selection of local foods.
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.
Savor the flavors of the Piedmont capital on a food and wine tour of Turin. Visit Europe's largest outdoor farmers market, which includes more than seven vendors offering local cuisine options. Try enough samples along the way to satisfy your need for lunch.
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.
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.
The Unusual Turin tour is the most complete and very informative walking tour through the touristic and non-touristic spots of Turin: all historical cafes, special buildings, authentic places with traditions and intriguing stories, hidden gems, private residential courtyards, modern architecture, hidden churches and their treasures and even underground.- Why is there a "devil" in the Royal Church?- Where's "Mussolini's finger"?- Why are there 18 km of underground tunnels and arcades?- Have you ever heard about Turin's tragedy?My style is ironical, informal, friendly and with an interactive point of view, for curious people who want to be amazed by the city: forget about the guides with the umbrella, their list of dates and big groups! Consider me like your LOCAL FRIEND, not a guide!I recommend this tour those want to understand the city with a local who knows many fascinating stories and unique places that you could not otherwise find.Do not just expect to walk and listen: get ready to chat, discuss the past, present and future of Turin, way beyond what's on the surface, in a journey backwards from 2020 to 15 BC!✓✓✓ Please write to me BEFORE booking since, depending on your time availability and language, maybe another day/hour would fit you better (the tour can be in 4 languages). Write to: +39 33 94 60 48 85 or here in the Q&A section.
Delve into Turin’s fantastic food scene by going on this guided sightseeing tour. Exploring the city with a guide means you won’t have to worry about getting lost, and you’ll discover local food experiences that you wouldn’t find alone. Try regional delicacies at one of the largest open air food markets in Europe—Porta Palazzo, and enjoy a delicious lunch with a glass of Barolo wine included. Other highlights include trying Pinguino ice cream, and Turin’s signature coffee, milk, and chocolate drink—Bicerin.
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!
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.
Beyond the architecture and the monuments, get to know another side of Turin when you embark on a culinary-minded, evening walking tour of the city. Meet your guide in the center of town and be sure to come hungry: you’ll be visiting four different venues over the course of the evening. From a traditional aperitif all the way up to espresso, enjoy a delicious overview of the city’s rich gastronomic traditions.
Are you seeking an efficient way to sightsee around Turin? This speedy and scenic small-group e-bike tour is the perfect way to discover more in less time. From Roman-era ruins and the banks of the River Po to the sprawling palaces that characterize Turin’s regal heart, you’ll zip all over the city on your electric bike. The tour ends at a panoramic viewing point overlooking 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.
Meet up with a local guide to explore Turin by night. See the Royal Palace, Palazzo Madama, the Duomo, and other notable landmarks, free from the daytime crowds. The tour ends in Vanchiglia, a lively neighborhood filled with students, cafes, bars, and nightlife. Here, you’ll taste vermouth with the group before saying goodbye to your guide—but you may want to stay and people watch for awhile.