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Tour of Turin's Art Nouveau + baroque palace

Tour of Turin's Art Nouveau + baroque palace - Turin, Italy

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Turin, Italy

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$34.50

This tour is a combination of a visit to a very rich district of Art Nouveau architecture + a little-known baroque palace in a park, outside the city center.
The tour is designed for those who want to see the best hidden art nouveau jewelery in Turin and pay a very affordable price.
Turin is the Italian capital of Art Nouveau, one of the most elegant styles in a 90% baroque city.
Since I studied Art Nouveau and Art Deco also in Buenos Aires, I will provide an international point of view on our local expression of style.
Consider this tour as a convivial experience among friends, but I will also know Turin, its neighborhoods and its architectural peculiarities.
*** Important: on weekends and public holidays the baroque villa is closed, so it will not be possible to visit it. I will replace it with a visit to other nearby buildings.
For any questions you can contact me via WhatsApp at: 3394604885, marziamizzon@hotmail.it.

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Stop At: TORINO500, Turin, Province of Turin, Piedmont

Visit to an amazing baroque palace and the Art Nouveau district of Turin.

Duration: 2 hours

This tour is a combination of a visit to a very rich district of Art Nouveau architecture + a little-known baroque palace in a park, outside the city center.
The tour is designed for those who want to see the best hidden art nouveau jewelery in Turin and pay a very affordable price.
Turin is the Italian capital of Art Nouveau, one of the most elegant styles in a 90% baroque city.
Since I studied Art Nouveau and Art Deco also in Buenos Aires, I will provide an international point of view on our local expression of style.
Consider this tour as a convivial experience among friends, but I will also know Turin, its neighborhoods and its architectural peculiarities.
*** Important: on weekends and public holidays the baroque villa is closed, so it will not be possible to visit it. I will replace it with a visit to other nearby buildings.
For any questions you can contact me via WhatsApp at: 3394604885, marziamizzon@hotmail.it.

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Stop At: TORINO500, Turin, Province of Turin, Piedmont

Visit to an amazing baroque palace and the Art Nouveau district of Turin.

Duration: 2 hours

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Torino Street Food: visit + tasting of specialties

Torino Street Food: visit + tasting of specialties - Turin, Italy

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Turin, Italy

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$56.34

This tour is a combination of a walking tour through the center of Turin with several stops in my favorite street food restaurants.
Street food in Turin does not only mean pizza (which you can easily buy anywhere), but also (and we will taste) fried focaccia called Fugassin, pitta (of potatoes) or panissa (chickpea), farinata and polenta with some delicious sauces. Finally, if you still have a place for dessert, you can also eat a delicious tiramisu / ice cream / cannolo, according to your preferences ... More info ›

This tour is a combination of a walking tour through the center of Turin with several stops in my favorite street food restaurants.
Street food in Turin does not only mean pizza (which you can easily buy anywhere), but also (and we will taste) fried focaccia called Fugassin, pitta (of potatoes) or panissa (chickpea), farinata and polenta with some delicious sauces. Finally, if you still have a place for dessert, you can also eat a delicious tiramisu / ice cream / cannolo, according to your preferences. You'll end up with a really full and happy belly!
I recommend this tour to those who want to discover the city with a local who knows the city and knows where to eat in places that otherwise you could not find, in a convivial and friendly atmosphere.
*** The offer of food specialties depends on the closing days of the restaurants.
For any questions: +393394604885 (WhatsApp), marziamizzon@hotmail.it

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Stop At: Torino Centro Storico, Turin, Province of Turin, Piedmont

Several tasting stops.

Duration: 2 hours

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Chocolate Factory tour

Chocolate Factory tour - Turin, Italy

Duration: 50 minutes
Location: Turin, Italy

From USD
$17.25

We will welcome you to the magical world of chocolate.
OUR FAMILY
What today is a single company is the result of a marriage between two artisan realities: the Boella family, which traces its origins back to the end of the 1800s when the first panettone and pastry shop was born, and the Silvola family with the Sorrisi firm since 1960 it has been delighting the whole world with its handmade chocolate productions.
In 2014 we opened our new and modern factory at the foot of the Turin hillside, which we designed and built to continue to produce our specialties respecting the ancient traditions.

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Stop At: Boella e Sorrisi La Fabbrica di Cioccolato, Turin, Province of Turin, Piedmont

Have you ever visited a Chocolate Factory? Are you still waiting for the lucky ticket? We do not need it, just book the ticket to introduce you to the magical world of chocolate.
If you are curious about how to turn the cocoa bean into a tablet or a gianduiotto, book your ticket now. The visit will last about 1 hour, will be reserved for a maximum of 20 people and at the end a tasting will be offered.

Duration: 20 minutes

We will welcome you to the magical world of chocolate.
OUR FAMILY
What today is a single company is the result of a marriage between two artisan realities: the Boella family, which traces its origins back to the end of the 1800s when the first panettone and pastry shop was born, and the Silvola family with the Sorrisi firm since 1960 it has been delighting the whole world with its handmade chocolate productions.
In 2014 we opened our new and modern factory at the foot of the Turin hillside, which we designed and built to continue to produce our specialties respecting the ancient traditions.

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Stop At: Boella e Sorrisi La Fabbrica di Cioccolato, Turin, Province of Turin, Piedmont

Have you ever visited a Chocolate Factory? Are you still waiting for the lucky ticket? We do not need it, just book the ticket to introduce you to the magical world of chocolate.
If you are curious about how to turn the cocoa bean into a tablet or a gianduiotto, book your ticket now. The visit will last about 1 hour, will be reserved for a maximum of 20 people and at the end a tasting will be offered.

Duration: 20 minutes

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Turin Patisserie tour - Do Eat Better Experience

Turin Patisserie tour - Do Eat Better Experience - Turin, Italy

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Turin, Italy

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$62.09

Turin's ancient confectionery tradition is not limited to them! In the clear winter days, before a theatre piece or a painting’s exhibition, Turinese people gather within some stunning cafes, sipping warm delicious drinks and tasting one of the many pastry typical of Piedmont tradition.
The ancient confectioneries in Turin feature carved wooden interiors, luxury furniture and decorations, exclusive pottery, exactly like those used when Turin was the capital of the Italian kingdom.
We will tell you all the stories and legends behind the tastings, palace intrigues, lucky statues and cursed ones...
​We’ll drink hot and cold drinks (according to the season), taste incredibly fresh desserts, created in front of our eyes by the wise hands of pastry chefs, strictly with regional ingredients from the territory, the same ones since generations.
Please, note that the tour is always run in English and Italian; other listed languages can be made available upon request.

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Pass By: Piazza San Carlo, Turin, Province of Turin, Piedmont

We’ll share with you the best dessert and pastries directly from the longstanding Turinese tradition and the polished historic cafes, contributing to the kingly atmosphere in the city.
With our Historic Cafes and Confectioneries tour, you will taste the most representative patisseries, learn how they are prepared and
spend a long breakfast (or afternoon break) in exclusive and relaxed environments.
You will taste some of the following specialities in our Turin Food Tour (according to products availability):
Gianduiotti: is a chocolate born in 1852 in Turin, shaped as ingots and incredibly creamy ... More info ›

Turin's ancient confectionery tradition is not limited to them! In the clear winter days, before a theatre piece or a painting’s exhibition, Turinese people gather within some stunning cafes, sipping warm delicious drinks and tasting one of the many pastry typical of Piedmont tradition.
The ancient confectioneries in Turin feature carved wooden interiors, luxury furniture and decorations, exclusive pottery, exactly like those used when Turin was the capital of the Italian kingdom.
We will tell you all the stories and legends behind the tastings, palace intrigues, lucky statues and cursed ones...
​We’ll drink hot and cold drinks (according to the season), taste incredibly fresh desserts, created in front of our eyes by the wise hands of pastry chefs, strictly with regional ingredients from the territory, the same ones since generations.
Please, note that the tour is always run in English and Italian; other listed languages can be made available upon request.

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This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Piazza San Carlo, Turin, Province of Turin, Piedmont

We’ll share with you the best dessert and pastries directly from the longstanding Turinese tradition and the polished historic cafes, contributing to the kingly atmosphere in the city.
With our Historic Cafes and Confectioneries tour, you will taste the most representative patisseries, learn how they are prepared and
spend a long breakfast (or afternoon break) in exclusive and relaxed environments.
You will taste some of the following specialities in our Turin Food Tour (according to products availability):
Gianduiotti: is a chocolate born in 1852 in Turin, shaped as ingots and incredibly creamy. Gianduiottis are individually wrapped in a gold tinfoil and created with a unique mixture ofPiedmont hazelnut, cocoa and sugar.
Bicerin: not-to-be-missed! It is a layered drink made of espresso, drinking chocolate, and whole milk (or heavy cream) served in a large glass. The beverage has been known since the 18th century and was also praised by Alexandre Dumas in its letters.
Marron Glacé: is a precious confection, originating in Piedmont consisting of a chestnut candied in sugar syrup and glazed. They were invented shortly after the crusaders returned to Europe with sugar, because chestnuts were a very available ingredient in the woods of Piedmont. Marron glaceés were the favourite dessert of the royal family!
Pinguino (‘penguin’): in the warm season, we will taste the actual artisan gelato covered in crunchy dark chocolate. The confectionery we chose is the one were the Pinguino was first invented as a local contribution to Italian tradition in gelato-making.
Cremino: is a chocolate originally from Piedmont, composed by three layers of chocolate, the outer ones are made with gianduia chocolate, while the inner one can be made with coffee, hazelnut paste, lemon and so much more. Its typical shape is a cube and it's wrapped in tinfoil with a band which indicates the flavour.
Espresso: the best coffee in town in an exclusive cafè.

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Turin Egyptian Museum Private Tour for Kids and Families with Hotel Pick-Up

Turin Egyptian Museum Private Tour for Kids and Families with Hotel Pick-Up - Turin, Italy

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Turin, Italy

From USD
$114.99

Did you know that the Egyptian Museum in Turin is the second most important in the world after the one in Cairo, Egypt? Your children should visit this museum when in Europe and this private 2.5 kid-friendly tour is the best way to do it. It includes all the highlights of the collection and is led by a top-rated guide specialized in working with children and families ... More info ›

Did you know that the Egyptian Museum in Turin is the second most important in the world after the one in Cairo, Egypt? Your children should visit this museum when in Europe and this private 2.5 kid-friendly tour is the best way to do it. It includes all the highlights of the collection and is led by a top-rated guide specialized in working with children and families. She will make your visit fun and educational, making history and antiquities come alive.
If you are staying in Turin, your private taxi driver will pick you up from your hotel and take you to Piazza Carignano, one of the most beautiful squares in the city. Your local expert family-friendly guide will be there waiting for you, ready to lead you into this magical adventure.

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Stop At: Museo Egizio, Turin, Province of Turin, Piedmont

Visiting an Egyptian museum when in Italy might sound a bit out of place for many travellers, but the Egyptian Museum in Turin is the  second most important in the world after the one in the Egyptian capital, Cairo.
With more than 3.000 items displayed over 10,000 square meters / 108,000 square feet, the collections are extensive and may seem overwhelming without the aid of an expert guide to take you through them. 
Your private taxi driver will pick you up at your hotel (if located in Turin) and will take you to Piazza Carignano, one of the most fascinating squares in Turin, where you will meet your local guide who is specialized in working with kids and families.
You will then start your discovery of the world renowned Egyptian Museum, and your guide will make your visit enjoyable and educational by selecting some of the museum's highlights especially for you. 
You will see Sarcophagi, mummies, papyrus scrolls, books of the dead, 3,000-year-old paintings, original tombs, ruins of temples and many famous artifacts including the statue of Ramses II, the  Mensa Isiaca (The Table of Isis) and theTurin King List (or Turin Royal Canon). You will also see authentic Ancient food such as very well preserved bread and nuts.
Using an Ipad and other visual tools, she will take you back in time to Ancient Egypt and entertain both children and parents with quizzes, games and other activities. Your visit will be fun and informative at the same time.   
This is a private 2.5 hour kid-friendly tour with a private taxi hotel pick-up. You will skip the entrance lines and have the guide exclusively for your family.

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes

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Turin Highlights Small-Group Walking Tour for Kids & Families with Local Guide

Turin Highlights Small-Group Walking Tour for Kids & Families with Local Guide - Turin, Italy

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Turin, Italy

From USD
$33.35

If you wish to discover Turin in a fun and entertaining way, this is the tour you are looking for!
Meet your local family-friendly guide in Piazza C.L.N. and start a fantastic small group walking tour exploring the most famous and iconic places in Turin, the first capital city of Italy and home of the world-famous Holy Shroud. 
A specialized kid-friendly guide will allow you to learn about Turin's history and culture though fun activities and games, making sure you and your children are enthralled and captivated.

Meet your family-friendly guide in Piazza C.L.N ... More info ›

If you wish to discover Turin in a fun and entertaining way, this is the tour you are looking for!
Meet your local family-friendly guide in Piazza C.L.N. and start a fantastic small group walking tour exploring the most famous and iconic places in Turin, the first capital city of Italy and home of the world-famous Holy Shroud. 
A specialized kid-friendly guide will allow you to learn about Turin's history and culture though fun activities and games, making sure you and your children are enthralled and captivated.

Meet your family-friendly guide in Piazza C.L.N. in Turin at 10:00am and start your entertaining tour of the city. On foot, you’ll walk through vibrant and lively squares such as Piazza San Carlo, also known as “Il Salotto di Torino” (“The Lounge of Turin”), where bohemian types and celebrities like to meet. As you explore, both you and your children will be fascinated as you listen to stories about the city and learn about its history, culture, and peculiar quirks.
Then you will take a stroll through via Roma, where all the most famous and fashionable boutiques in Turin are located, before arriving in Piazza Castello, the heart of Torino.
Here you will be able to admire Palazzo Reale, the former residence of the Royal House of Savoy, and Palazzo Madama, which previously housed the Savoy senate and, for a few years, the Italian senate after Italian unification. Piazza Castello is also home to the Teatro Regio, a prominent opera house and operatic company.
From Piazza Castello you will head towards Turin Cathedral (“Il Duomo di Torino”), a Roman Catholic cathedral built between and 1491 and 1498. Designed by Guarino Guarini, it's the home to the world-famous Holy Shroud.
Right next to the Cathedral are the Palatine Gates, which represent the primary archaeological evidence of the city's Roman period and which constitute one of the best preserved 1st-century BC Roman gateways in the world. Together with the remains of an ancient theatre, located closed by, it is part of the so-called Archaeological Park, opened in 2006.
You will then walk back across Piazza Castello to Via Po, lined with bookshops, cafés, and craft shops. Strike a pose for a photo in front of the Mole Antonelliana as your guide explains its history, and then you will arrive in Piazza Vittorio where your walking tour ends.
An exclusive guide specialized in working with kids will engage both children and parents with games, trivia, scavenger hunts, photo contexts, visual tools and other fun materials and activities. You will enjoy a memorable family experience in one of the most fascinating and evocative cities in Europe.
Let you and your family take centre stage as you discover the unique history of this beautiful city; make its historical centre your playground for this enlightening 2.5-hour small group kids tour. As we wind our way from Piazza C.L.N. through the different periods of the city's history, we’ll explore it in a different light, using games and activities to help its history come alive in your minds.

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