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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Time to first millennia of the Muslims Era (632 AD)You will see the complete tomb of Kha and Merit, inviolate tombs, never found before, like Tuthankhamon in Cairo.Three floors of wonderful finds, unveiled by a passionate authorized Tour Guide.
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!
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.
Personalized itinerary through the millennia of Egyptian culture and art, along the most important museum of Egyptian antiquities in the world after Cairo.The tomb of Kha and Merit, the most important intact find after that of Tutankhamun.Entire rock tomb from EgyptCollection of papyrus and sarcophagi, mummies and impressive monuments from the birth of civilization to the Ptolemaic period and the Roman conquest.Temporary and thematic exhibitions.
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.