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Dario Argento's Horror Movies Filming Locations in Turin

Dario Argento's Horror Movies Filming Locations in Turin - Turin, Italy

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Turin, Italy

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$65.97

You can discover where Deep Red, and other famous movies of Dario Argento were filmed in Turin.

Deep Red was shot mainly on a location in Turin, a "magical" city according to Argento, in sixteen weeks. The main reason why he chose Turin was because at the time there were more practising Satanists in Turin than in any other European city ... More info ›

You can discover where Deep Red, and other famous movies of Dario Argento were filmed in Turin.

Deep Red was shot mainly on a location in Turin, a "magical" city according to Argento, in sixteen weeks. The main reason why he chose Turin was because at the time there were more practising Satanists in Turin than in any other European city. You can discover secret corner of this town with Dario Argento eye's. You can see not only Deep Red location, but also Four Flies on Grey Velvet, The Cat o' Nine Tails, and others. His connection with Turin is an intriguing one. Not only has Dario Argento directed 7 films in the city, but in interviews he has praised Turin for its “magical” ambience and its connotations with the supernatural and the occult.

Whether or not you believe Turin to be a sinister or diabolical place his passion for the city produced one of the classics of the horror genre: Profondo Rosso (Deep red). The film is regarded by fans as possibly his finest; a ghoulish blend of murder mystery and horror that utilises some key landmarks in Turin. An English jazz pianist is witness to a murder that he must solve before he too becomes a victim of the black gloved killer. Suspend your disbelief for an exciting and scary ride. There are a few locations in Turin, which play a central role in the film. The opening murder scene takes place in the apartments overlooking Piazza CLN, throwing in a beautifully shot sequence involving the reclining statue of the God Po.

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Egyptian Museum Guided Tour with Skip-the-line Entry

Egyptian Museum Guided Tour with Skip-the-line Entry - Turin, Italy
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Turin, Italy

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$56.37

Visit the second most important museum in the world entirely dedicated to the Egyptian Antiquities: our guides know how to select the most important exhibits of the museum, so to enjoy a surprising experience. The Egyptian Museum in Turin opened its new and fascinating exhibition in 2015 and its wonderful collection is now spread over four levels . The tour guides you in the selection and discovery of the most important finds ... More info ›

Visit the second most important museum in the world entirely dedicated to the Egyptian Antiquities: our guides know how to select the most important exhibits of the museum, so to enjoy a surprising experience. The Egyptian Museum in Turin opened its new and fascinating exhibition in 2015 and its wonderful collection is now spread over four levels . The tour guides you in the selection and discovery of the most important finds. Suitable for adults and children. A journey through more than 3,000 years of history of Egyptian civilization. 

The Regio Museo delle Antichità Egizie was formally founded in 1824 with the acquisition by King Carlo Felice of a large collection. This was assembled by Bernardino Drovetti, of Piedmontese origin.

Champollion arrived in Turin as the Drovetti Collection was being unpacked, and within a few months of excited activity produced a catalogue raisonné of the collections.  It was Champollion who famously wrote, “The road to Memphis and Thebes passes through Turin”.

You will wander among the objects of everyday life, the colossal statues, mummies and amulets, to find religious beliefs, lifestyle and traditions of the Nile and the land of the Pharaohs.

Not to be missed: the Papyrus's Kings, the Pre-Dynastic Mummy, the Gebelein Canvas, the Papyrus of the Strike, the Tomb of Kha and Merit, the Nefertari Kit, the statuary and the Temple of Ellesija.

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Turin's Royal Palace Guided Tour

Turin's Royal Palace Guided Tour - Turin, Italy

Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Turin, Italy

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$56.37

Visit the elegant apartments hidden behind the simple facade of the Royal Palace, listed by UNESCO, accompanied by a guide. A trip back in time in the life of the King of Italy, also known as the King of Sardinia before 1861 ... More info ›

Visit the elegant apartments hidden behind the simple facade of the Royal Palace, listed by UNESCO, accompanied by a guide. A trip back in time in the life of the King of Italy, also known as the King of Sardinia before 1861. Awaiting in the many different rooms are the stories and anecdotes of court life, from the strict protocol to the menus for large official dinners, from the dances at the Palace to the halls of government.

The Royal Palace of Turin, a World Heritage Site since 1997, is the flagship of the Savoy Residences, known as the seventeenth century Crown of Delights. It is a symbol of power and the place of the great court events: lunches, dances and diplomatic meetings that have marked both Italian and International history. The path winds through the different rooms to find decorations, furnishings, beautiful oriental porcelain, but also the use and the hidden meaning of small or large objects.

The path includes the view Royal Armory, one of the richest collections of arms and armor in the world.

The visit allows you to admire the splendid archaeological weapons of Beaumont Gallery, medieval weapons, bladed weapons and firearms, the weapons used by the Savoy kings in the nineteenth century, surrounded by valuable armor of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth century, all in a fascinating setting.

 

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Venaria Royal Palace Guide Tour

Venaria Royal Palace Guide Tour - Turin, Italy

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Turin, Italy

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$65.97

Visit the Royal Palace of Venaria Reale is to immerse yourself in the fascinating Baroque era: the guide will take you on a fascinating journey in which to discover habits, customs and usages of the court life of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

From indoor to the gardens the enchantment is assured.

The Reggia di Venaria is one of the UNESCO sites in the Turin area. A few kilometers from the center of Turin was founded in 1600 as a place of leisure and hunting where the kings liked to entertain in lavish banquets, elegant parties and in the hunting ritual.

The full path in the Palace will take you to discover in the basement rooms, formerly warehouses and kitchens, history, curiosities and anecdotes of the House of Savoy ancestors ... More info ›

Visit the Royal Palace of Venaria Reale is to immerse yourself in the fascinating Baroque era: the guide will take you on a fascinating journey in which to discover habits, customs and usages of the court life of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

From indoor to the gardens the enchantment is assured.

The Reggia di Venaria is one of the UNESCO sites in the Turin area. A few kilometers from the center of Turin was founded in 1600 as a place of leisure and hunting where the kings liked to entertain in lavish banquets, elegant parties and in the hunting ritual.

The full path in the Palace will take you to discover in the basement rooms, formerly warehouses and kitchens, history, curiosities and anecdotes of the House of Savoy ancestors. Going up to the main floor instead will be time to enjoy the beauty of stucco, frescoes, sculptures and small architectural jewels of the Baroque period in the setting of a residence that can compete with the most famous in Europe.

Your advantages

- Visit a UNESCO site

- Relive the splendor of the Baroque

- Discover the beauty of the rooms and gardens of the Royal Palace

- Avoid the queue with the entry priority

- Small groups, maximum 15 people

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Tour of Turin, ticket and guided tour of the Egyptian Museum

Tour of Turin, ticket and guided tour of the Egyptian Museum - Turin, Italy
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Turin, Italy

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$53.85

Join this small group tour to visit downtown Turin and discover the Italian most important museum on the Egyptian history! Enter and visit the museum with an expert local guide.

Visit the historic centre of Turin and walk through its majestic squares: starting from Piazza Castello, the ancient nucleus of royal power, you'll walk through the sumptuous Galleria Subalpina to reach Piazza Carlo Alberto and Piazza Carignano, just next to the most important Italian Renaissance museum. Moving towards the Salotto di Torino, Piazza San Carlo, and going along the ancient Via Nuova (now called Via Roma), you will return to the ancient Collegio dei Nobili to travel at least 5000 years back in time and descend into the wonderful world of the Egyptian history.

Discover the Egyptian Museum of Turin with a guided tour for small groups and marvel at the splendour, luxuries and daily life of pharaohs and queens of Ancient Egypt.

First in the world by foundation and second in importance only to that in Cairo, the Egyptian Museum of Turin now houses about 300,000 finds and over 26,000 are kept in warehouses for the purpose of scientific research ... More info ›

Join this small group tour to visit downtown Turin and discover the Italian most important museum on the Egyptian history! Enter and visit the museum with an expert local guide.

Visit the historic centre of Turin and walk through its majestic squares: starting from Piazza Castello, the ancient nucleus of royal power, you'll walk through the sumptuous Galleria Subalpina to reach Piazza Carlo Alberto and Piazza Carignano, just next to the most important Italian Renaissance museum. Moving towards the Salotto di Torino, Piazza San Carlo, and going along the ancient Via Nuova (now called Via Roma), you will return to the ancient Collegio dei Nobili to travel at least 5000 years back in time and descend into the wonderful world of the Egyptian history.

Discover the Egyptian Museum of Turin with a guided tour for small groups and marvel at the splendour, luxuries and daily life of pharaohs and queens of Ancient Egypt.

First in the world by foundation and second in importance only to that in Cairo, the Egyptian Museum of Turin now houses about 300,000 finds and over 26,000 are kept in warehouses for the purpose of scientific research. Mummies, papyri and funerary finds of the great pharaohs make it an unmissable stop for any visit to the city of Turin.

The Museum of Egyptian Antiquities was founded in 1824 thanks to the purchase by King Carlo Felice of a large collection of Egyptian antiquities, from statues, sarcophagi and mummies to papyri, bronzes, amulets and everyday objects (initially put together by the egyptologist Vitaliano Donati and later enriched by Bernardino Drovetti, consul general of France in Egypt). Thanks to excavations conducted in Egypt at the end of the nineteenth century and in the thirties, the collection continued to expand until it reached the extraordinary grandeur of our days.

Discover the Isiaca Mensa (first object in Turin for the museum, probably built in Rome in the first century AD for a temple of the goddess Isis), the little temple of Ellesija (last object acquired by the museum thanks to a donation in 1970 of the Arabic Republic of Egypt for the Italian support in the rescue of the Nubian monuments) and a copy of the Rosetta Stone, now preserved at the British Museum in London.

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Private tour of Turin for film lovers

Private tour of Turin for film lovers - Turin, Italy

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Turin, Italy

From USD
$52.77

Enjoy this private 3-hour tour and let yourself be transported onto the famous places of the main films shot in Turin: Mole Antonelliana, Piazza Carignano, Palazzo Reale, Porta Palazzo, Caffè Torino and Piazza Castello, Parco del Valentino and many more!

Enjoy a walk with a private guide to discover the places made famous thanks to the scenography of important movies filmed in Turin.

From Cabiria, the first Italian colossal of 1914, to the masterpieces of Dario Argento, Michelangelo Antonioni, Gianni Amelio, up to the most recent works by Marco Ponti and Davide Ferrario. Not to mention the numerous TV series and soap operas that were born in recent years in the shadow of the Mole.

During the tour you will follow your guide inside the Mole Antonelliana and the fascinating Cinema Museum ... More info ›

Enjoy this private 3-hour tour and let yourself be transported onto the famous places of the main films shot in Turin: Mole Antonelliana, Piazza Carignano, Palazzo Reale, Porta Palazzo, Caffè Torino and Piazza Castello, Parco del Valentino and many more!

Enjoy a walk with a private guide to discover the places made famous thanks to the scenography of important movies filmed in Turin.

From Cabiria, the first Italian colossal of 1914, to the masterpieces of Dario Argento, Michelangelo Antonioni, Gianni Amelio, up to the most recent works by Marco Ponti and Davide Ferrario. Not to mention the numerous TV series and soap operas that were born in recent years in the shadow of the Mole.

During the tour you will follow your guide inside the Mole Antonelliana and the fascinating Cinema Museum. After that, you'll pass by Piazza Carignano, Palazzo Reale, Porta Palazzo, Caffè Torino and Piazza Castello, Parco del Valentino.

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