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Turin Airport Private Departure Transfer

Turin Airport Private Departure Transfer - Turin, Italy
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Duration: 1 day 6 hours
Location: Turin, Italy

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$22.47

Travel from your Turin City Hotel to Turin Caselle International Airport. Transfer services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week ... More info ›

Travel from your Turin City Hotel to Turin Caselle International Airport. Transfer services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This is a private transfer so the price is the same for groups of:
• 1 to 3 people or
• 4 to 8 people

When making a booking, you will need to advise your flight details and your Turin City Hotel details. Your transfer will be confirmed within 24 hours of booking and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver. 24 - 48 hours prior to your transfer, you will be required to call the supplier directly (the contact number will be provided on your travel voucher) to reconfirm exact pick up times and places.
It's that easy!
Price is per person, based on 8 adults per car/vehicle.
At time of booking, YOU MUST include the following flight and hotel details in the "Special Requirements" box:
• Airline
• Flight Number
• Departing City / Arrival City
• Departure Time
• Hotel Name
• Hotel Address

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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

From USD
$53.66

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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Royal Turin E-bike Tour

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

From USD
$91.33

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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Walking Tour of Turin Including Palazzo Carignano Guided Visit

Walking Tour of Turin Including Palazzo Carignano Guided Visit - Turin, Italy
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Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Turin, Italy

From USD
$57.08

Uncover the best of Turin on a 2.5-hour small-group walking tour that includes skip-the-line access to Palazzo Madama. Delve into Turin’s rich history by viewing luxurious Royal Savoy Residences and Baroque churches, with a knowledgeable guide by your side ... More info ›

Uncover the best of Turin on a 2.5-hour small-group walking tour that includes skip-the-line access to Palazzo Madama. Delve into Turin’s rich history by viewing luxurious Royal Savoy Residences and Baroque churches, with a knowledgeable guide by your side. Listen as your expert guide reveals fascinating facts about the city and the Holy Shroud. Discover the façade of Palazzo Carignano and let your guide show you the courtyard, moreover you will visit its magnificently painted rooms on the ground floor.

Meet your guide in the morning at Piazza Castello, a grand city square in the heart of Turin that is home to a number of important museums, theaters and cafes. Set against the backdrop of the Alps, this beautiful city was the first capital of the Italian Kingdom back in 1861. These days, it's well known as the home of the Holy Shroud, Juventus Football Club and the birthplace of Fiat.
Explore the city’s opulent past as you view the 16th-century Palazzo di Reale, or Royal Palace of Turin, a designated UNESCO World Heritage site that used to be the official residence of the Duke of Savoy. Listen to your guide reveal facts and recount anecdotes. If your tour group has more than six participants, you’ll receive headphones to ensure you can clearly hear the guide’s narration.
See Duomo di Turin (Cathedral of John the Baptist), which occasionally displays the world-famous Holy Shroud, commonly known as the Shroud of Turin. This ancient rag is said to be the cloth that covered Jesus in the tomb. If the shroud is on display, head inside to see it firsthand. If not, visit the Church of San Lorenzo to see the next best thing: a copy of the shroud.
Walk over to 17th-century Palazzo Carignano, discovering the ground floor rooms where was born the first King of Italy and then, near the Art Nouveau-accented Mole Antonelliana, home of the National Museum of Cinema, the tour ends.
Descend from the lofty heights of the tower and head to the 17th-century Palazzo Carignano. Your tour then concludes near the Mole Antonelliana. An exceptional display of art nouveau architecture, the Mole Antonelliana is home to the National Museum of Cinema — the tallest museum in the world.

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Small-Group Bike Tour of Turin

Small-Group Bike Tour of Turin - Turin, Italy
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Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Turin, Italy

From USD
$45.66

Explore Turin by bike on an amazing 3.5-hour guided tour and discover the secrets of the so-called 'Paris of Italy'. This tour will allow you to discover the city of the Italian Royal family, with its palaces, castles and parks as well as some of the most intriguing and arcane places of Italy connected with magic and ancient legends ... More info ›

Explore Turin by bike on an amazing 3.5-hour guided tour and discover the secrets of the so-called 'Paris of Italy'. This tour will allow you to discover the city of the Italian Royal family, with its palaces, castles and parks as well as some of the most intriguing and arcane places of Italy connected with magic and ancient legends. The itinerary includes not only the most famous attractions such as the castle, the beautiful Valentino Park and the impressive Mole Antonelliana, but also some hidden gems that will be shown to you by a local guide. Choose between a morning or afternoon tour and join a small group of no more than 13 bikers in one of the most charming cities in Italy.

After meeting your guide in central Turin, get a brief safety instructional and an introduction to the city, then hop on your bike to start exploring. Start the tour in the area of Porta Nuova, then see the most important squares and building of the nineteenth-century, where the Italian kingdom was born. See the elegant cafes and traditional shops of the Italian Belle Epoque, and the Castle of the Savoia Royal Family before getting into the oldest part of the city with its roman ruines and the medieval quarter.
Then, pedal along the breathtaking riverfront of the largest river in Italy, Po, surrounded by hills and gorgeous buildings. Enter the Valentino, the most beautiful park in Turin, populated by birds and squirrels, and where the Royal family used to spend their summertime.
Other stops include the Mole Antonelliana, the tallest museum in the world, the impressive Gran Madre di Dio, a church well known for its connection with exoticism and the legend of the Holy Grail. Reach the Egyptian Museum before turning back to end your bike tour.

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Relaxing Turin Bike Tour

Relaxing Turin Bike Tour - Turin, Italy
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Turin, Italy

From USD
$91.33

With over 15 million square meters of public green and of 300km of trees, crowned by the hills and crossed by four rivers, Torino is a sort of unique city in Italy and Europe. The 3-hour ride features a 28 km tour along cycle paths and easy dirt roads in the green, a relaxing and safe route suitable for kids.

Nestled in a plain at the foot of the Alps, surrounded by rivers, parks and hills, Torino seduced the great French architect Le Courbusier, who called it "a city with a perfectly balanced natural environment".
The tour starts from the historical Valentino Park, pedaling along paths bordered with gardens and reach the Borgo Medioevale, a full-sized reconstruction of a typical medieval village from the XV Century, built for the Grand Exposition of 1884 ... More info ›

With over 15 million square meters of public green and of 300km of trees, crowned by the hills and crossed by four rivers, Torino is a sort of unique city in Italy and Europe. The 3-hour ride features a 28 km tour along cycle paths and easy dirt roads in the green, a relaxing and safe route suitable for kids.

Nestled in a plain at the foot of the Alps, surrounded by rivers, parks and hills, Torino seduced the great French architect Le Courbusier, who called it "a city with a perfectly balanced natural environment".
The tour starts from the historical Valentino Park, pedaling along paths bordered with gardens and reach the Borgo Medioevale, a full-sized reconstruction of a typical medieval village from the XV Century, built for the Grand Exposition of 1884. Nearby is the Fontana delle Quattro Stagioni, a monumental Rococò fountain whose waters falls into a semi-elliptical basin adorned by four colossus representing the Seasons, and decorated by twelve statues symbolising the Months of the year. Further ahead you'll enter the beautiful Giardino Roccioso, the Rocky Garden, then finally arrive at the Valentino Castle, a stunning XVII Century Royal Residence declared UNESCO World Heritage.
Say hello to Valentino Park and continue the tour following the river Po through the Murazzi banks, the old port of Torino, towards the Borgo Po district and the Dora river, the entrance door to the wild Colletta Park, one of the largest in the city. Keep pedaling along the blue river shores and reach the village of San Mauro, set between the waters and the hills. It is the perfect spot for an ice cream or a cappuccino break.
Return to Torino following the Meisino Natural Reservation on the opposite side of the river Po, an easy dirty road trail very popular amongst leisure cyclists. Pass over country fields at the foot of the hills and enjoy the view of Superga Grand Church on top, before reaching the monument dedicated to the great rider Fausto Coppi, the Champion of Champions. Back in town, a short but steep ascent takes you to a panoramic terrace and the end point of your tour.

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