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.