Discover the sweet side of Turin with a food-focused walking tour. Taste several chocolate-based specialties of Torino including Bicerin (an espresso and chocolate drink), gelato, pastries, and chocolate bars. Follow your guide on a stroll through the heart of the city and learn about the history of chocolate making in this region of Italy.
The city of Turin is known as the Italian capital of chocolate and this patisserie tour takes you to a few of the city’s best cafes and confectionaries. Learn how chocolate came to the Italian region hundreds of years ago and sample delicious confections such as gianduiotti, bicerin, marron glace, pinguino, and more. Become a chocolate expert after this tour and explore more of Turin’s confectionaries on your own.
Start exploring Turin at beakfast time with a local guide! The tour begins in one of the most beautiful and fascinating places of the city, Piazza San Carlo, a beautiful seventeenth-century square which has been given the name of "Turin's salon". Have breakfast in the most important café of this square, which opened in 1842 and where politics and writers, philosopher and main charachters of italian history used to meet. The tour continues with a walk in the most elegant Street in town: via Cernaia that walks along the Roman Quadrilater. Along the way your local guide will show you hidden gems you will never see on your own! The last stop of your tour is the Porta Palazzo food market, the largest outdoor market in Europe, where you will taste local cheeses and cured meat. On your tour, the guide gives you great tips on what are the best things to do in town. The best way to start your day in the wonderful city of Turin!