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Turin Food Tour with City Guided Sightseeing Wine Tasting & Farmers Market Visit

Turin Food Tour with City Guided Sightseeing Wine Tasting & Farmers Market Visit - Turin, Italy

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Turin, Italy

From USD
$114.04

The food tour of Turin, is made for all the gourmand visitors! In groups of at least 12 people, you will spend 4 hours making several stops, to taste local delicacies. The city has much to offer, in terms of wines, chocolate and pasta!
Starting from Porta Palatina, you will reach the largest open air food market in Europe, Porta Palazzo, where you will taste cheese and seasonal fruit ... More info ›

The food tour of Turin, is made for all the gourmand visitors! In groups of at least 12 people, you will spend 4 hours making several stops, to taste local delicacies. The city has much to offer, in terms of wines, chocolate and pasta!
Starting from Porta Palatina, you will reach the largest open air food market in Europe, Porta Palazzo, where you will taste cheese and seasonal fruit. Head towards  the Roman Quadrilateral and stop in a local restaurant to have lunch with Agnolotti and a glass of Barolo wine.
Next stop will be at the Consolata church, just in front there is the Bicerin, a café where you can taste the homonymous soft drink, made with milk, coffee and chocolate, which you can only find in Turin!
Continue your walking through Via Garibaldi and see the beautiful façade of Palazzo Carignano, here in the nearby you will taste the Pinguino ice cream where it was invented!

Turin, a city that has made food one of its flagships, home to the first Eataly, has much more to offer in terms of food products.
We start from the meeting point in front of the Porta Palatina, an ancient Roman gate, the access point to the largest open-air market in Europe.
Here you will walk among the many stalls of fruit and vegetables, visit the covered market of meat and cheese where you will have the opportunity to try a tasting of cheese, at the end of which the tour continues in the local farmers' market where you sample some seasonal fruit.
The tour continues in the Quadrilatero Romano where you will stop for lunch in one of the most elegant squares of the city.
After lunch we will continue with a visit to the breathtaking Church of the Consolata, a baroque masterpiece, and at the end of the tour we will taste the delicious Bicerin, the traditional drink of the city.
Once you have enjoyed this spectacular drink, the tour continues towards the heart of the center, taking Via Garibaldi you will reach Piazza Castello in the direction of Piazza Carignano, home of the homonymous Palace where the Museum of the Risorgimento is housed.
Once there, you will do the last stop at the bar Pepino where you can taste the famous Penguin the first ice cream on stick ever invented.

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Breakfast in Turin Tour with Visit to Porta Palazzo Food Market & Gourmet Guide

Breakfast in Turin Tour with Visit to Porta Palazzo Food Market & Gourmet Guide - Turin, Italy

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Turin, Italy

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$51.84

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 ... More info ›

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!

Turin is a wonderful city plenty of large squares and beautiful colonnades. Over the centuries, many facts have happened in these squares and between these streets. The most important period for Turin has been the Risorgimento in the nineteenth century. The political and ideological movement that took Italy to unification in 1861 was born philosophizing sitting at the tables of these wonderful cafés of Piazza San Carlo, just right where your tour begins.

Your guide will wait out of one of the historical cafés of the square, where you will have breakfast.
Enjoy your coffe or Cappuccino with a pastry taking a little trip in time, between mirrors, boiserie, satin tapestries, elegant chandeliers and porcelain dishes, Hear stories on Camillio Benso Conte di Cavour and the Expedition of the Thousand.

After the typical italian breakfast, start your walking tou with the guide in the Roman district, where you will see some Hidden gems that you would never have discovered by yourself. You will be impressed to see the brightest Church in the city and then you walk ahead for your second stop of the tour, the Porta Palazzo farmers market. This wonderful market, i the largest outdoor market in Europe and yu will find hundreds of stands with every kindof food: fresh fruit, fish, meat, cheese e cured meat. You will stop to taste some local delicacies, like cheeses and ham.

When the farmers market is behind you, you will see the Porta Palatina, the ancient roman gate, which is the best preserved in the World and it is protected by the Unesco World Heritage. Here you will have your last gourmet tasting and can ask tips to your guide on what to do  for the rest of the day.

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Turin Farmers Market & Local Taverns Food Tour with Guided Sightseeing & Bicerin

Turin Farmers Market & Local Taverns Food Tour with Guided Sightseeing & Bicerin - Turin, Italy

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Turin, Italy

From USD
$114.04

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 ... More info ›

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!

Turin is a city synonymous with good food. Although it is well-known for its chocolate, there is so much more to discover about food in this city - home to the first ever ‘Eataly’.

Your guide will meet you in front of the Porta Palatina, an ancient Roman gate, before leading you into the largest open-air food market in Europe. Here you will wander amongst the vast array of market stalls selling fruit and vegetables, and visit the covered market, where the meat and cheese is sold and where you will have the opportunity to sample some cheese. The tour will then continue to the local farmers' market where you can taste some of the seasonal fruit. The tour will progress to the Quadrilatero Romano where you will stop for lunch in one of the most beautiful squares in the city.

After lunch you will visit the breathtaking Church of the Consolata - a masterpiece of baroque architecture, guaranteed to impress – after which and we will taste the delicious Bicerin, the traditional drink of the city. Having enjoyed a glass of Bicerin, we will move on towards the heart of the city, walking along Via Garibaldi to Piazza Castello en route to the Palazzo Carignano, home to the Museum of the Risorgimento. The final stop on the tour is at a bar called ‘Pepino’, the birthplace of the famous Pinguino; the first ever ice-cream on stick, and definitely worth a try!

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Turin by Night Food Tour with Eating Drinking Sightseeing and Vermouth Tasting

Turin by Night Food Tour with Eating Drinking Sightseeing and Vermouth Tasting - Turin, Italy

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Turin, Italy

From USD
$114.04

There is a unique character to Turin in the evening; free from the crowds and illuminated by the moon. This two hour tour with a local guide will give you an even greater appreciation for the history and monuments of this incredible city ... More info ›

There is a unique character to Turin in the evening; free from the crowds and illuminated by the moon. This two hour tour with a local guide will give you an even greater appreciation for the history and monuments of this incredible city. Your guide will meet you in front of the Duomo, where you can and marvel at the beautiful Renaissance facade. Crossing Piazza Castello, you will continue under the arcades on Via Garibaldi, before reaching Turin’s most famous landmark - the Mole Antonelliana, all the more impressive in the light of the moon.

Next you’ll walk along Via Po to a district synonymous with Turin’s nightlife; Vanchiglia. Here, in one of the many bars, you will have the opportunity to taste a glass of vermouth, as well as learn the proper way to toast in Italy! The vibrant atmosphere of this neighbourhood is irresistible and no doubt once the tour is over, you’ll stick around for some more vermouth!

Viewing a city in the evening, when the sun goes down and the lights come on, illuminating the monuments, is always a worthwhile experience. It gives you the opportunity to see the city in a different light, away from the hustle and bustle of the crowds. This tour will allow you to get a feel for the night-time atmosphere of the city, and is also a great way to immerse yourself in the nightlife like a local. The tour will last for two hours, and begins in the Piazza Castello, where some of Turin’s greatest attractions will be illuminated - the Royal Palace, the beautiful Palazzo Madama and the imposing Duomo – giving each of them an ethereal elegance and charm. During the tour, your local guide will talk you through some of the history of Turin, and even teach you some words in Italian!

As you walk along Via Garibaldi, you will hear about the unification of Italy and the role of Giuseppe Garibaldi, who has a street named in his honour in every town and city in Italy. You will then arrive at Turin’s famous Mole Antonelliana, a striking architectural accomplishment, named after its designer, Antonelli, who was commissioned to build a Synagogue, but his creation then became a symbol of Italian unification. The building is now home to the Cinema Museum and, by taking the lift you can reach the top, for a breathtaking view of the city below. Not far from the Mole Antonelliana lies the district of Vanchiglia, the heart of the city’s nightlife.  Here you’ll see the piazza Santa Giulia, which is effectively a large open-air bar. You won’t be able to resist sampling some vermouth and allowing yourself to relax amidst the vibrant, energetic atmosphere. It is here, after a short walk in the neighbourhood that your guide will say goodbye, but we are sure you will want stay here to drink and chat!

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Turin Chocolate Capital Tour: Experience Gianduia & Other Cacao Specialties

Turin Chocolate Capital Tour: Experience Gianduia & Other Cacao Specialties - Turin, Italy

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Turin, Italy

From USD
$51.84

Turin is the Italian capital of chocolate and if you are a lover of the so-called "black gold", you cannot let this chance slip!

Turin’s love affair with chocolate begins in the 16th Century, when ’the food of gods’ was first imported to Italy by Charles V. It immediately became popular amongst the nobility and in royal courts, and a century later the first license was granted to sell to the public ... More info ›

Turin is the Italian capital of chocolate and if you are a lover of the so-called "black gold", you cannot let this chance slip!

Turin’s love affair with chocolate begins in the 16th Century, when ’the food of gods’ was first imported to Italy by Charles V. It immediately became popular amongst the nobility and in royal courts, and a century later the first license was granted to sell to the public. By this time, in Turin, several manufacturing processes had already been tried out, which led, over time, to the creation of the famous Giandujotto, the indulgent Bicerin, and in more modern times, the inimitable spreadable chocolate - Nutella.

Led by your local gourmand guide, you will have an unforgettable experience tasting some of the best products in town: Bicerin in the café of the same name, where it was invented; Giandujotto and the pralines of an award-winning master chocolatier and the "Pinguino" ice cream of Pepino!

The confectionery shops and patisseries of Turin have been well-known since the 18th century. These old establishments have remained unchanged and you witness their character and atmosphere for yourself in the stunning city centre, surrounded by the arcades and picturesque squares. If you love chocolate (who doesn’t?!) you should join us on this small group tour of about 15 people. Our small group tours allow you to build a relationship with your guide, and afford you the opportunity to ask as many questions as you like, contributing to a memorable and informative experience.

Your guide will meet you in the Piazza Castello in front of Palazzo Madama. From here you will begin your walking tour, exploring the historic Old Town, and stopping along the way to visit the quaint chocolate shops and old cafes to sample the finest quality treats and learn about the process of making exquisite chocolate. In particular, you will visit a famous chocolatier, where they use a special technique, which you will learn more about during your tasting experience. The genius behind this technique is now one of the world’s most celebrated artisan chocolatiers!

You can relax outside a cafe and give in to the sweet temptations of the city. An especially necessary stop is "Al Bicerin", the cafe from which the delicious drink - a blend of chocolate, coffee and milk - takes its name; this is the place where it was invented.

The tour will end with a taste of the Pinguino ice-cream; the first ever ice-cream on a stick!

If you have a sweet tooth, you won’t want to miss this tour!

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Wine Tasting and Unesco World Heritage Cellars Visit from Turin

Wine Tasting and Unesco World Heritage Cellars Visit from Turin - Turin, Italy
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Duration: 9 hours
Location: Turin, Italy

From USD
$368.62

Among UNESCO's World Heritage wine cellars and famous vineyards of Langhe and Roero and Monferrato, come and taste the most famous Piedmontese wines: Barolo, Barbaresco, Barbera, Grignolino, Nebbiolo, Roero, Ruchè, Dolcetto and Arneis.

Full day tour with private car and driver from Turin Porta Susa Railways Station. Visit the most famous villages of the Monferrato and Langhe area ... More info ›

Among UNESCO's World Heritage wine cellars and famous vineyards of Langhe and Roero and Monferrato, come and taste the most famous Piedmontese wines: Barolo, Barbaresco, Barbera, Grignolino, Nebbiolo, Roero, Ruchè, Dolcetto and Arneis.

Full day tour with private car and driver from Turin Porta Susa Railways Station. Visit the most famous villages of the Monferrato and Langhe area. You can see an Infernot, which is a small underground room, dug into the "Pietra da Cantoni" rock, with no lighting or ventilation. They can usually be accessed through a cellar and are used to store bottled wine. The constant temperature and humidity create an excellent environment for preserving the most precious bottles. It represents the material and immaterial heritage of Monferrato, for this is insert in (UNESCO) World Heritage List. Gourmet lunch is included in a local Osteria.

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