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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.
Considered one of Italy’s greatest red wines, Barolo is a favorite of oenophiles around the world. During your next visit to the Piedmont wine region—a UNESCO World Heritage Site—learn more about how Barolo and other local varietals are made during a behind-the-scenes tour of a family-run winery. Tour the vineyards, visit the cellar, and enjoy samples of a dozen wines, plus locally made meats and cheese.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Take the chance to visit Turin with its beautiful places, accompanied by delicious tastings!In the company of a guide, you explore the city and its big market which where many stands and typical products at km 0. In this market you will taste a typical cheese of the place the Barolo Caciotta, a real delight! Walking through the streets of the city you can admire Porta Palatina, Galleria Umberto I, Piazza Carignano and you can stop to taste the famous Tramezzino with tuna sauce, the sandwich invented in Turin.The beauties of the city are not over and neither are the delicacies, while you walk down the streets of the city center taste the Gofre, a waffle stuffed with local products. Continue the walking admiring Via Garibaldi and the fascinating Piazza Castello, finally taste the biscuits of Meliga, delicious Piedmont shortbread, the sweetest ending for this tour!
Shopping & Food Tour - VALENTINE EDITIONMake your own hours:10 am to 4 pm (breakfast and lunch included);2 pm to 8 pm (sweet snacks and aperitif included).Allow us to treat you with some Extra Portion of Love and Double Stuf of Goodness.Especially on Valentine's Day!Did we say "Day"? No, actually we mean month, Valentine's month.Never heard about it? Well, we've just invented the extention of the most...LOVEly celebration of the year!It starts today, 14 th January, and it ends February 15th.And so... Whether you are single, with your beloved one or visiting the city of Turin with a group of friends & family, this experience is the cutest and most original Valentine's gift you could receive or get!Turin + Shopping + Food = LOVE!Math has never been easier. Don't you agree?
Discover Turin and its delights, wandering the most beautiful streets of the city and tasting many local products!Let’s start the tour walking in front of the magnificent Porta Palatina and, then, arrive in Porta Palazzo where is located the biggest market of Italy. After having visited the outdoor markets, you explore the covered part of market where find stands with locally produced food and taste different types of cheese. Walking through the streets of the city center you will make stops to taste two special local delicacies the Tramezzino with salsa tonnata, a sandwich invented here, and the Gofre, a special waffle made with a cereal dough and stuffed with local products.To end the tour as sweetly as possible, you taste the biscuits of Meliga, delicious local shortbread, admiring the beautiful Piazza Castello around you.
The most romantic places in the city: a walk in the royal gardens and in the city center to the banks of the Po. Fascinating and full of history landscapes: loves, intrigues, engagements and weddings.Love in history: Turin and famous loves
Turin has a world-famous charm: every monument hides magic and mystery.A 2-hour walking tour of the city to get to know in a short time every curious, important and hidden corner. The most important and mysterious monuments, the history of the city, the most visited streets, the antique shops and nowadays shopping. And then we will talk about food, chocolate, wines and delicacies. Turin has been an important city for 2000 years: discover it with me!
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.
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.
Enjoy max 12 people guided walking tour of this wonderful city. More than two thousand years of history have contributed to build up this incredible heritage: from the Roman Empire, through the Middle Ages and the Savoy court.You will start in Piazza San Carlo, the aptly named "lounge" of Turin, is a miracle of elegance. Be impressed by Porta Palatina , is considered one of the best preserved in the Roman world. Discover The metropolitan cathedral of San Giovanni Battista is the main place of Catholic worship in Turin, it is the only religious building in Renaissance style in the city.Reach Piazza Castello, this large rectangular esplanade is the true centre of Turin. At first, you may only have eyes for the dazzling Palazzo Madama, then your gaze will turn to the façade of the majestic Palazzo Reale.Admire Piazza Carignano, one of the most important and historic squares of the Piedmontese capital. You will end the tour at the Mole Antonelliana, major landmark of the city.
Make the most of time spent in Turin with this walking tour and skip-the-line entry into the Egyptian Museum. A local guide leads the way to the city’s famous landmarks including Piazza Castello and Piazza San Carlo. The tour includes entry to and a guided tour of the Egyptian Museum.
The Egyptian Museum of Turin is considered the second most important collection of Egyptian artefacts, after the museum of Cairo, Egypt. Here you can find some of the rarest artefacts of Egyptian era, that you would find only in Egypt. So if you are visiting Turin do not miss this tour with an expert historian that will tell you about your surroundings. Walking along the long corridors of the museum marvel at the numerous sarcophagi, the mummies, the hieroglyphs and statues of Royals. One of the main objects kept in the museum, is the King’s list, a papyrus with all the names of the Pharaohs that once ruled Egypt. Explore the tombs of Kha and Merit, the statues of Ramses II and the goddesses Isis and Sekhmet, all remaining still intact after they were created 4000 years ago and discovered by an Italian speleologist. Come discover these mysterious objects of a culture that lived so many years ago, yet were so modern with their constructions. A rare opportunity to live in Turin!
Non fare il solito giro del centro città! Aspetta che il buio avvolga le vie e le piazze e poi ascolta chi ti racconta i segreti di Torino. Ogni angolo diventa più affascinante e la vita notturna anima ogni luogo. E poi di notte si raccontano non soltanto i monumenti e i palazzi, ma anche misteri, delitti, magie: tutto diventa più intrigante!
This is a short tour to a charming baroque residence and its park out the city center, a non-touristic hidden gem from 1713 which is worth the short trip from the city center (by metro).I'll be at your complete disposal at the end of the visit, for any questions you may have about Turin (or Italy): what to visit, where to eat, transport, culture, language, etc. to make your experience as useful as possible: consider me like your LOCAL FRIEND, not a guide! I recommend this tour to those who want to visit an alternative non-touristic palace, with little time available and want to get from a local any information/answer/help they need, all at a very affordable price.*** IMPORTANT: The visit can start between 9:15am and 11am (and also in the afternoon), depending on the day. ✓✓✓ Please write to me BEFORE booking to set a proper schedule: 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).
Meet the guide in Piazza Carignano and enter the beautiful building with a skip-the-line ticket. Explore the exhibitions dedicated exclusively to ancient Egyptian culture and art. Take a journey through time as the displays show items in chronological order, from the 4th-century BC to the 3rd-century AD. Together with your guide, discover the mysterious and magical side of the Egyptian Empire on this gripping tour. See the spectacular Tomb of Kha, a tomb builder to the pharaohs, which dates back to 3,500 BC. Admire the sarcophagi, statues, sundries, and furniture, as well as astonishingly well-preserved items such as salted meat and a pottery bowl with the remains of tamarind and grapes.Next, head to the Drovetti Collection of papyrus sheets, which is considered by some as the most important in the world. Finally, visit the Ellesija Temple, a rock-hewn temple which is more than 3,500-years-old.