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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 the original Icon of the Renaissance.An exclusive exhibition in Turin, the city that houses some of Leonardo’s most illustrious drawings, will take visitors into the very heart of History and Beauty, showing them closely the most famous ICON OF THE WORLD: the ORIGINAL LEONARDO DA VINCI Self Portrait in a fascinating exhibition in the amazing setting of the Royal Library in Torino until March, 8th 2020.Architect, sculptor, painter, anatomist: the works kept in the Royal Library of Turin display the whole genius of Leonardo da Vinci and his research between Science and Art through the tool of drawing. The Celebrations of the 500th anniversary of the artist’s death will be a unique opportunity to admire up close the drawings purchased and donated to the Savoy family in the 19th century: from the famous “Codex on the Flight of Birds” to Leonardo self- portrait as an old man and many others amazing designs from Leonardo and other Renaissance geniuses.
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.
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.
Turin’s Egyptian Museum has a vast collection of mummies, ancient treasures, and pharaonic antiquities, but with more than 30,000 pieces, just finding the highlights could take a full day. Explore the Egyptian Museum with a guide on a 2-hour tour to learn the stories behind the most important finds, and walk through 3,000 years of Egyptian history.
Scout out Turin’s mysterious side on a 2.5-hour evening tour with a local guide. Home to an array of beguiling landmarks tucked away in clandestine corners, Turin has long been associated with magic and the occult. Hear all about it, and learn about the city’s black and white magic ‘souls’ as you explore by coach.
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.
This tour is focused on the past and present beauty of Turin in terms of food, architecture, lifestyle for those who want to understand the charme of this (still) underrated in 2 hours. The tour and its schedule are highly customizable, if possible. I can plan the itinerary according to your needs: - FOOD (we can go to the best Turin's street food places, where you can buy our specialities, if you want) - ARCHITECTURE (we can visit the Baroque and Fascist district or the Medieval and Roman district with a special eye on details)- LIFESTYLE (we can visit the market and its hidden gems, the most beloved church and where Turin's people live).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.My style is ironical, informal, friendly and with an interactive point of view: forget about the guides with the umbrella, their list of dates and big groups! Consider me like your LOCAL FRIEND, not a guide!You'll see Turin in the evening if you choose the schedule 6-8pm, but it's also possible to do it at lunch time (11:30-1:30pm): simply write me before booking in order to set together the best time.IMPORTANT✓✓✓ Please write to me BEFORE booking (in the section Questions & Answers or write to me to 00 39 33 94 60 48 85) since the tour can be in 4 different languages and another day or hour can fit you better.
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!
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.
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, 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.
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.
Turin is home to 36,000 Egyptian artifacts—second in volume only to Cairo’s Egyptian Museum. Get help navigating the sprawling, renowned collections during an expert-led, semi-private tour of the Turin Egyptian Museum, which includes admission tickets. See a real sphinx, marvel at thousands-year-old hieroglyphs, and listen to enriching background on the lives and practices of ancient Egyptians.
.This tour is a visit to more than 100 buildings in a pictoresque district with narrow cobbled streets not far from the city center.The tour is designed for those who want to see a different aspect of Turin's architecture, concentrated in one compact district with painted facades, artistic benches and even a street painting gallery. This is the first open-air contemporary art museum in an urban center in Italy.I studied Art History at the University and will share with to you all my knowledge, but I would like to have a dialogue too where we'll express our opinion, make comparisons and learn together, in an informal experience with your LOCAL FRIEND.Being a teacher of Italian for foreigners, you can practice your Italian and ask me whatever you like about Italian culture/lifestyle. I'll be happy to satisfy your curiosity!Since I'll also share with you my best tips to enjoy your stay, I recommend you to join me on the very first day, so you'll be able to avoid all tourist traps!IMPORTANT The visit can start between 9 and 12pm, depending on the day (even in the afternoon, in case): the schedule you see online is purely indicative.✓✓✓ Please write to me BEFORE booking at +39 33 94 60 48 85 or here in the section Q&A since, depending on your time availability and language, maybe another day/hour would fit you better (the tour can be in 4 language).
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 city. 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 city that pulsates under your feet.
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.
This tour is an extensive visit to more than 50 buildings in the two richest Art Nouveau districts, not far from the city center.The tour is designed for those who want to see the best Turin's Art Nouveau hidden gems (externally), since Turin is the Italian capital of Art Nouveau, in a dialogue where we will express our opinion, make comparisons and learn together.As I studied Art Nouveau also in Buenos Aires, I will also provide an international point of view about our local style.It will be an informal experience with your LOCAL FRIEND, but at the same time you'll learn a lot about Turin and its architecture peculiarities. Being a teacher of Italian for foreigners, you can practice your Italian and ask me whatever you like about Italian culture/lifestyle. I'll be happy to satisfy your curiosity!Since I'll also share with you my best tips to enjoy your stay, I recommend you to join me on the very first day, so you'll be able to avoid all tourist traps!> The visit can start between 9 and 10:30am, depending on the day (even in the afternoon): the schedule you see online is purely indicative.✓✓✓ Please write to me BEFORE booking (in the section Q&A or write to me to 0039 33 94 60 48 85) since, depending on your time availability and language, maybe another day/hour would fit you better (the tour can be in 4 languages).
The historical center of Turin told in the form of a cycle excursion to make you live a unique and sustainable eco-experience. The path is suitable for everyone, even for families with children, does not present particular technical difficulties and is recommended to all those who want to see Turin through a new tool, the e-bike! The itinerary winds through the main streets and squares of the historic center and allows you to touch the most characteristic places in Turin such as: the Mole Antoneliana, Palazzo Reale, Palazzo Madama, Porta Palatina, the Basilica Gran Madre di Dio, Turin Cathedral, Monte dei Cappuccini and many other monuments that symbolize this city.The use of electric bicycle for this tour makes it unique for practicality, speed and ease of movement
Be amazed by the National Cinema Museum, located in the beautiful Mole Antonelliana, where you can climb to admire Turin from above and its magical Alps.Once the guided tour of the museum is over, you will have the opportunity to visit Turin with the same guide, which will take you to discover the wonders of the city.Among the most important in the world for the richness of the heritage and the multiplicity of its scientific and popular activities, the National Cinema Museum owes its uniqueness to the peculiarity of the exhibition layout. Housed at the Mole Antonelliana, Turin's symbolic monument, the Museum develops in a spiral upwards, on several exhibition levels, giving life to a spectacular presentation of its extraordinary collections and retracing the history of cinema from its origins to the present day, in a suggestive interactive itinerary.
Delve deep into coffee culture, at the recently opened Lavazza museum at their new headquarters. An enthralling journey through the history of Lavazza, the worldwide renowned Italian coffee company established in Torino in 1895.