if you have just arrived in town and would like to understand how to orient yourself and have a smattering of what the city has to offer, this small group tour is an excellent opportunity to have a first approach to the city!
Following the lead of a local guide in groups, no larger than 15 people, you will discover the most beautiful spots of the city, learn about its history and receive advice on what to do, where to eat and what to visit during your stay.
A pleasant walk through historic buildings, main streets and hidden alleys, elegant squares and beautiful churches, the suggestive Po' riverfront and the Porta Palazzo food market.
At the end of this funny and informative tour, you can see the city with completely different eyes and you will better understand the spirit of the city and you will be able to decide what are the things you're interested in deepening!
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Pass By: Piazza C.L.N, Turin, Province of Turin, Piedmont
Your guide will meet you at the lady's statue in Piazza C.L.N. to give you a quick overview of the city. It's the best way to learn how to move around and discover what you should visit during your stay in Turin
Pass By: Piazza San Carlo, Turin, Province of Turin, Piedmont
Walk to reach the "living room of the city" : Piazza San Carlo, the largest square of Turin and also the most important. Here in the dozens cafés that frame the square, writers and politicians, royals and artists used to meet to discuss and philosophize.
Pass By: Quadrilatero Romano, Turin, Province of Turin, Piedmont
You will be accompanied through the alleys of the old Roman Quadrlateral district
Pass By: Porta Palatina, Turin, Province of Turin, Piedmont
Porta Palatina is the best-preserved Roman gate in the world, so much so as to be a UNESCO Heritage site.
Pass By: Mercato di Porta Palazzo, Turin, Province of Turin, Piedmont
Cross the gate to head to the largest
open-air market in Europe:
Porta Palazzo, where you can walk among the many stalls, plenty of local delicacies. Will you be able to resist the temptation to taste them?
Pass By: Santuario Basilica La Consolata, Turin, Province of Turin, Piedmont
Pass By: Duomo di Torino e Cappella della Sacra Sindone, Turin, Province of Turin, Piedmont
The tour continues with the John the Baptist Basilic, Cathedral of the city, which holds the Holy Shroud
Pass By: Piazza Castello, Turin, Province of Turin, Piedmont
you will see the spectacular Piazza Castello where are the
Royal Palace and Palazzo Madama.
Pass By: Palazzo Reale, Turin, Province of Turin, Piedmont
The façade of the Royal palce, may leave you a bit disappointed, but if you have the time it worths a visit!
Pass By: Palazzo Madama, Turin, Province of Turin, Piedmont
Palazzo Madama has a long story. It's the emblem of Turin's history from the Roman age to the seat of the first Senate of United Italy.
Pass By: Via Po, Turin, Province of Turin, Piedmont
Head towards the elegant Via Po with its arcades, where you will stop in front of Mole Antonelliana home of the National Museum of Cinema, and then resume the path to the river Po where the tour will end in front of the beautiful view of the hills of Turin.
Pass By: Mole Antonelliana, Turin, Province of Turin, Piedmont
The Mole Antonellia si the icon of Turin and its "temple" is one of the best spots to see the city and the surrounding mountains.
Pass By: Piazza Vittorio Veneto, Turin, Province of Turin, Piedmont
Your tour will greet you in Piazza Vittorio Veneto, known to be the largest square in Europe without monuments.