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2nd October 2019

Turin love at first sight – walking tour of city center

Meeting point at 3.00 p.m.Hotel Principi di Piemonte – Via Piero Gobetti, 15 – 10123 Torino (TO)

Dedicated to those who arrive for the first time in Turin, this walking tour allows you to discover the two- thousand years old history of the city through legends and curiosities, for you to fall in love this metropolis and its many faces.The path runs through the principal roads and scenic squares of the historical city’s center.


3rd October 2019

The Royal Palace, The Royal Armory and The Holy Shroud Chapel 

Meeting point at 10.00 a.m. – Piazza Castello, 9 – City Sightseeing desk – 10123 Torino (TO)

Thanks to this itinerary you’ll get to know unusual and unknown places, real secret shrines testifying the magnificence of the antique Royal city. Positioned in the geographical center of the city, the Royal Palace was the imposing headquarter of Savoy’s Dukes.The original furniture are an emblematic display of richness and fantasy, with crystal rock chandeliers, French and Flemish arras, golden stuccoes, Chinese lacquers and frescoes.The visit also runs trough the biggest armory in Europe that boasts a collection of complete armors, swords, king and emperor’s revolvers, and a fairy-tale shaped ball room, where you would guess the access granted only to Cinderella and Prince Charmy…but you will be with them in one hour of true day dreaming.


CioccolaTOur, a sweet walk

Meeting point at 3.00 p.m. – Piazza Castello, 9 – City Sightseeing desk – 10123 Torino (TO)

A path designed to taste, with history as side dish, the atmospheres and the creations of Turin’s “cicolatè”. A narration of the sublime art bequeathed in the centuries in Piedmont, from the “cioccolata in bevanda” drink based on cocoa beams pressed and infused as leafs in the tea) of Savoy’s court, to the Gianduiotto, passing through the most beautiful squares of Turin, historical cafeterias with their  Bicerin, one of the sweetest speciality of the piedmontese territory.


4th October 2019

Stupinigi: a hunting lodge for a European Court

Meeting point at 10.00 a.m. – Piazza Castello, 9 – City Sightseeing desk – 10123 Torino (TO)

A place of leisure and hunting, this was the favourite spot of the Savoy family for spectacular parties and solemn marriages, as well as being the residence of Napoleon in the early 19th century.

Filippo Juvarra designed the exceptional architecture for the sovereign, styled on the model of contemporary Central European Residences. For completing the project, also Benedetto Alfieri and other architects of the 1700s lent a hand, while cabinetmakers and carvers, stucco decorators and gilders helped to achieve the final decorative display.

Home to the Furniture Museum since 1919, it holds precious items of furniture, chinoiseries and masterpieces by cabinetmakers and craftsmen coming also from other Savoy Residences.


The Egyptian Museum and city walking tour

Meeting point at 3.00 p.m. – Piazza Castello, 9 – City Sightseeing desk – 10123 Torino (TO)

Join us in Turin historical city center’s visit, walking through majestic squares: starting from Piazza Castello, the antique Royal power headquarter, passing into the lavishness of the Subalpine Gallery, then reaching Piazza Carlo Alberto and Piazza Carignano, key places in the unification of Italy and sharing the presence of the National Museum of Risorgimento. Moving towards the “Elegant lounge” of the city, Piazza San Carlo, and walking in the old New road, today’s Via Roma, we will head back to the Noble College to time travel something like 5000 years at least, and enter in the fascinating world of one of the most important civilizations in history, the Egyptian one. Learn everything about the richness, luxury and daily life of Pharaohs and Queens of the Antique Egypt with our guided tour in the Egyptian Museum.


SATURDAY DAY TRIP

5th October 2019

1° PROPOSAL: LANGHE 

9:00 – 18:00

Langhe: discover the UNESCO vineyard landscapes

Hills and vineyards alternated by castles and historical villages: this is the landscape offered to the view for the visitors entering into this territory, from 2014 considered to be worth of the Unesco World Heritage site badge. Six specific areas, in 29 small different towns, awarded for the history and the permanent link between man and landscape.A journey into the main wine production area of Piedmont, were the peculiar soil and the climate create the perfect conditions to sample some of the finest wines in the world, and the best truffle of the world, the Tuber Magnatum Pico.You can’t miss it!

The tour includes:

Guided walking tour of Alba, known as the “hundred towers city”, the capital of the Langhe wine district, internationally recognized for the Truffle Fair and Market that takes place in autumn. In the tour you’ll get in touch with the food and wines excellencies of the territory.

Lunch in ristorante “Al Castello” a Grinzane Cavour (Michelin-starred)

Guided tour of Grinzane Castle erected around a central tower dating back to the first half of the XI century, can be admired in all its original beauty following the restoration that began in 1960. 
The Castle now houses the “Cavour” Regional Enoteca, the first to be set up in Piedmont in 1967.

Panoramic tour by bus through La Morra, Barolo and the rolling hills all around. 


2° PROPOSAL: A DAY IN TURIN

10:00 – 17:00

Meeting point at 10.00 a.m. – Piazza Castello, 9 – City Sightseeing desk – 10123 Torino (TO)

Turin and the treasure of the Egyptian Museum 

Dedicated to those who arrive for the first time in Turin, this walking tour allows you to discover the two- thousand years old history of the city through legends and curiosities, for you to fall in love this metropolis and its many faces.The path runs through the principal roads and scenic squares of the historical city’s center.

The tour includes a tasting in an historical cafè 

Lunch in ristorante “Circolo dei Lettori

Guided tour of The Egyptian Museum.  A tour through something like 5000 years at least, to discover the fascinating world of one of the most important civilizations in history: the Egyptian one. Learn everything about the richness, luxury and daily life of Pharaohs and Queens of the Antique Egypt.


3° PROPOSAL: A DAY IN TURIN

10:00 – 17:00

Meeting point at 10.00 a.m. – Piazza Castello, 9 – City Sightseeing desk – 10123 Torino (TO)

Turin, always on the move

Dedicated to those who arrive for the first time in Turin, this walking tour allows you to discover the two- thousand years old history of the city through legends and curiosities, for you to fall in love this metropolis and its many faces.The path runs through the principal roads and scenic squares of the historical city’s center.

The tour includes a tasting in an historical cafè 

Lunch in ristorante “Circolo dei Lettori

Guided tour of National Automobile Museum. The museum boasts a collection of over 200 models of the highest quality and historical value, from various countries including Italy, obviously, but also France, Great Britain, Germany, Poland, the Netherlands, Spain and the United States. Every single object conserved in the museum – be it artisanal or industrial – is the result of a project and a process: from the initial idea to its completion, there have been a whole series of more or less successful attempts, failures, new attempts and, finally, successes.


4° PROPOSAL: TWO HOURS IN TURIN

10:00 – 12:00

Meeting point at 10.00 a.m. – Piazza Castello, 9 – City Sightseeing desk – 10123 Torino (TO)

A Royal promenade, the gatherings of past atmosphere

A walk in the political and representative heart of Turin to discover historical sites, meeting places frequented by famous people and refined ladies. With our itinerary you will discover the unknown side of the city with its courtyards and its shops, real secret treasures that testify the magnificence of the ancient Royal city.


If you want to join more tours or if you want more information about Turin, please contact: info@guidaturisticatorino.com