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.
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.
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!
This culinary tour of Turin is perfect for the gourmand! In groups of at least twelve people, you will, over the course of four hours, have the chance to sample a variety of local delicacies in several locations. Your experienced guide will meet you at the Porta Palatina, before leading you to the Porta Palazzo – Europe’s largest open-air food market. Here you will try a variety of cheeses and seasonal fruits.Next, you will head to a local restaurant in the Roman Quadrilateral for lunch; Agnolotti – a pasta speciality of the Piedmont region - washed down with a glass of local Barolo wine. After lunch you’ll head to the Consolata church; just in front you’ll see the Bicerin café. Here you can taste the soft drink of that name – a blend of coffee, milk and chocolate - in the place it was born!Finally, you will walk along Via Garibaldi to view the beautiful façade of Palazzo Carignano, as well as have a taste of the Pinguino ice-cream, where it was invented!