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Private Tour: Piedmont Wine Tasting of the Barolo Region

Private Tour: Piedmont Wine Tasting of the Barolo Region - Turin, Italy
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Duration: Varies
Location: Turin, Italy

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$187.30

Among wine cellars and famous vineyards of Langhe and Roero, come and taste the most famous Piedmontese wines: Barolo, Barbaresco, Nebbiolo, Roero, Barbera, Dolcetto and Arneis.

Specially selected wine producers will enable you to taste flavors and specialties of the Piedmontese tradition. Choose between a half day or a full day tour:

Half Day Wine Tour (5 hours)

  • Barolo village tour, tasting a glass of wine at Marchesi di Barolo winery
  • Stop at La Morra panoramic Belvedere
  • Visit and wine tasting at Cordero di Montezemolo winery in La Morra

Full Day Wine Tour (9 hours)

  • Barolo village tour, tasting a glass of wine at Marchesi di Barolo winery
  • Stop at La Morra panoramic Belvedere
  • Visit and wine tasting at Cordero di Montezemolo winery in La Morra
  • Lunch at La Morra, restaurant Bovio (gourmet lunch)
  • Guided tour of Alba, the town of the white truffle, tasting Piedmontese specialties at Tartufi and Co


Please note that at time the wineries can be closed due to events, vintage shows or private events ... More info ›

Among wine cellars and famous vineyards of Langhe and Roero, come and taste the most famous Piedmontese wines: Barolo, Barbaresco, Nebbiolo, Roero, Barbera, Dolcetto and Arneis.

Specially selected wine producers will enable you to taste flavors and specialties of the Piedmontese tradition. Choose between a half day or a full day tour:

Half Day Wine Tour (5 hours)

  • Barolo village tour, tasting a glass of wine at Marchesi di Barolo winery
  • Stop at La Morra panoramic Belvedere
  • Visit and wine tasting at Cordero di Montezemolo winery in La Morra

Full Day Wine Tour (9 hours)

  • Barolo village tour, tasting a glass of wine at Marchesi di Barolo winery
  • Stop at La Morra panoramic Belvedere
  • Visit and wine tasting at Cordero di Montezemolo winery in La Morra
  • Lunch at La Morra, restaurant Bovio (gourmet lunch)
  • Guided tour of Alba, the town of the white truffle, tasting Piedmontese specialties at Tartufi and Co


Please note that at time the wineries can be closed due to events, vintage shows or private events. In the event they aren't available, an alternative with the same quality will be provided.
 

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Sacra di San Michele Guided Tour from Turin

Sacra di San Michele Guided Tour from Turin - Turin, Italy
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Turin, Italy

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$41.49

Join this exciting guided tour to visit the Sacra di San Michele, one of the most beautiful Medieval Abbeys in Europe.

An exciting half-day excursion starting from downtown Turin to discover Sacra di San Michele, known worldwide for having inspired Umberto Eco’s The Name of the Rose and then the film which starred Sean Connery.

Considered one of the most important examples of Romanesque architecture in Europe, the Sacra was founded on top of a mountain, overlooking a breathtaking panorama over the Alps and the valley. In order to reach the so-called "Doorway of the Zodiac," the visitor has to climb 243 steps but once at the top, the view is unique.

Enjoy a guided tour to discover the whimsical "Zodiac Door," a 12th-century doorway sculpted with putti (cherubs) pulling each other’s hair, the Staircase of the Dead, a steep stone staircase with a huge 18-meter high pillar that supports the floor of the church above and the tower of the "Bell'Alda," with an astonishing view of the Valley and the "Via Francigena."

Join this exciting guided tour to visit the Sacra di San Michele, one of the most beautiful Medieval Abbeys in Europe.

An exciting half-day excursion starting from downtown Turin to discover Sacra di San Michele, known worldwide for having inspired Umberto Eco’s The Name of the Rose and then the film which starred Sean Connery.

Considered one of the most important examples of Romanesque architecture in Europe, the Sacra was founded on top of a mountain, overlooking a breathtaking panorama over the Alps and the valley. In order to reach the so-called "Doorway of the Zodiac," the visitor has to climb 243 steps but once at the top, the view is unique.

Enjoy a guided tour to discover the whimsical "Zodiac Door," a 12th-century doorway sculpted with putti (cherubs) pulling each other’s hair, the Staircase of the Dead, a steep stone staircase with a huge 18-meter high pillar that supports the floor of the church above and the tower of the "Bell'Alda," with an astonishing view of the Valley and the "Via Francigena."

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Turin Food and Wine Tour including the Farmers Market

Turin Food and Wine Tour including the Farmers Market - Turin, Italy
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Turin, Italy

From USD
$142.25

Eat, drink and sight-see the best of Turin, one of the most charming, interesting and tasty cities in Italy. Visit the largest outdoor food market in Europe with more than 7 traditional eating locations ... More info ›

Eat, drink and sight-see the best of Turin, one of the most charming, interesting and tasty cities in Italy. Visit the largest outdoor food market in Europe with more than 7 traditional eating locations. Plenty of food and wine will be served to substitute your lunch. The tour is led by a local expert guide speaking excellent English.

Torino (Turin in English) is the ultimate destination for every food and wine lover. It is often a once-in-a-lifetime experience where you can indulge in delicious food and wine dishes.

Founded by the Romans, Turin is a city of culture and rich historic heritage. It has been the capital of North-Western Italy for centuries and offers a number of cultural experiences. You can visit one of the greatest Egyptian museums, enjoy a visit to the Cinema and the Museum of the Risorgimento or explore the beautiful Royal Palace.

This food and wine tour is designed for you to make the most of what Turin has to offer. You will visit the largest food market in Europe and speak directly with the farmers. High-quality local products will be served to explore the roots of Piemontese cuisine.

Your tour continues with visits to spectacular monuments and secluded restaurants, bars, and streets where you can partake in delightful specialties. You will enjoy Turin’s finest dishes such as Zabaione, Chocolate and Hazelnut cream, Barolo Rice, Bagna Cauda, Agnolotti pasta, Barolo, Barbera, Barbaresco, Asti wines, Truffles and much more during your visit.

Your private tour is designed to make the most of your visit and create memories to last many years. This is the only tour in Turin that offers an in-depth cultural experience with the opportunity to sample fine food and wine.

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Royal Turin E-bike Tour

Royal Turin E-bike Tour - Turin, Italy
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Turin, Italy

From USD
$94.83

This fully narrated e-bike tour will take you through the old city center and the green belt of Turin, the first capital of Italy. See a treasure trove of architectural marvels and beautiful sites like royal squares and Baroque palaces, porticos, parks, gardens and castles ... More info ›

This fully narrated e-bike tour will take you through the old city center and the green belt of Turin, the first capital of Italy. See a treasure trove of architectural marvels and beautiful sites like royal squares and Baroque palaces, porticos, parks, gardens and castles. End the tour with an amazing view over the city from a panoramic belvedere.

Turin was founded by Emperor Augustus around 28 BC, and remains of its Roman days, such as the Porte Palatine and an amphitheater, can still be admired today. Up to the 16th century Torino (the Italian name for Turin) remained a small trade town. In 1563 its fate changed as Emanuele Filiberto di Savoia decided to make it the capital of his Duchy: aristocratic palaces replaced medieval buildings, and to accommodate a growing population the town expanded beyond its ancient Roman walls.

Your tour will take you through the city's royal center to view historic palaces, squares and buildings, and thanks to our fast e-bikes and the convenient urban cycle lanes, we will also be able to reach less known places such as the River Po banks, Parco del Valentino and Borgo Medioevale (a full-size reconstruction of a medieval hamlet). End the tour in a panoramic belvedere overlooking the city.

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Highlights of Turin Small-Group Walking Tour

Highlights of Turin Small-Group Walking Tour - Turin, Italy
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Turin, Italy

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$17.78

Explore Turin's city center with a local guide on this 2-hour tour. With a small group of no more than 15 travelers, visit the city's highlights as you hear stories about each monument's history ... More info ›

Explore Turin's city center with a local guide on this 2-hour tour. With a small group of no more than 15 travelers, visit the city's highlights as you hear stories about each monument's history. You will discover the Mole Antoneliiana, Piazza Carignano, Via Po, and more.

Meet your guide at the Piazza CLN around 10:30am. Begin your walk through one of the liveliest cities in Europe, Turin. Visit squares in Turin, starting with the Piazza San Carlo, filled with historic cafes where celebrities, artists, and writing like to meet. Your guide will share the history, traditions, and curiosities of the city.

Explore the Ancient Roman Quadrilateral district where the city walls and gate still stand. Your guide will give you suggestions along the way for local cuisine and restaurants. Continue to the Porta Palazzo Food Market, with colorful stalls selling regional products including cheese and wine.

Cross the Piazza Castello to see the Cathedral and the Royal Palace. See Via Po and its fascinating arcades, with plenty of bookstores, cafes, and artisans. Stand at the feet of Turin's landmark, the Mole Antonelliana, and listen to stories about the building. End your tour in Piazza Vittorio by the river Po with a beautiful  view.

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Turin Day Trip from Milan by High-Speed Train

Turin Day Trip from Milan by High-Speed Train - Turin, Italy
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Duration: 8 hours 15 minutes
Location: Turin, Italy

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$124.47

Step inside Turin’s charming atmosphere on this specially crafted day tour, the only one that takes you by high-speed train from Milan. As the cultural capital of northern Italy, this amazing city boasts an incredible concentration of world-class architecture, museums, piazzas, parks and monuments, not to mention the famous Shroud of Turin ... More info ›

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Step inside Turin’s charming atmosphere on this specially crafted day tour, the only one that takes you by high-speed train from Milan. As the cultural capital of northern Italy, this amazing city boasts an incredible concentration of world-class architecture, museums, piazzas, parks and monuments, not to mention the famous Shroud of Turin. With artistic achievements spanning from the Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, and Neo-Classic to Art Nouveau, this stunning former Italian capital shares the same elegant mood as great European cities like Paris or Vienna, adding a dash of its own savoir-faire and a healthy dose of its famous gelato and chocolate!

Meet our guide at Milan’s central railway station, and set off on the short 1-hour high-speed train ride to Turin. Once you arrive, you’ll meet up with your local expert guide right at the train station to commence your wonderful 2-hour walking tour followed by some free time with the added bonus of insider tips and recommendations. Explore the city’s long boulevards, hidden corners and most important attractions to see the Turin that the only the locals know, all with the interesting stories and anecdotes that make the city come to life.

See famed piazzas like Piazza San Carlo with its twin 17th century churches, and enjoy free time for lunch and a visit to the city’s Egyptian Museum (the second largest in the world after Cairo’s), the immense Palazzo Carignano, or basking in the dazzling atmosphere of the many 19th century cafés. After lunch meet up with your guide again to cover regal Turin in Piazza Castello, home to the city’s original castle, Palazzo Madama and the Royal Palace, whose immense façade rivals Europe’s other grand royal residences.

Not far away you’ll see Turin’s ‘Duomo’, home to the celebrated Holy Shroud that legend says the body of Jesus was buried in, miraculously bearing his likeness. The original is stored safely away, but a faithful replica is on display that is well-worth the visit. Then you’re off to another symbol of the city, the iconic triangular dome and spire of the Mole Antonelliana. Originally designed as a synagogue, this singular work of architecture is now home to the Museum of Cinema (also the tallest museum in the world!).

Now that you’ve seen Turin from the street and taken in its incredible history, like all Italian city’s it’s time to taste it! What could be better than some delectable chocolate ‘gianduiotti’ or pralines and a gelato at one of its most renowned venues? These delicacies are literally to die for, and we have organized a special guided tasting for you that will put a perspective on Turin that you’ll be talking about for the rest of your trip. You can even pick up a box of chocolates for your friends and family back home!

After the tour, wind up the day with the same quick high-speed train journey back to Milan and find yourself with plenty of time left over to enjoy your evening with an ‘aperitivo’ or dinner and a night on the town. There’s literally no excuse not seeing for yourself why Turin is getting so much attention these days as one of Italy’s top destinations.

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