Meet the two souls of Turin - one connected to white magic, the other to black magic. Take this "magical mystery tour" - an intriguing and curious itinerary between eerie faces, masonic riddles and esoteric symbols. Discover Turin’s lesser-known side come to life!
Discover the elegant center of Turin, with this walking tour starting from Piazza Castello. See the most important buildings: Palazzo Madama, the Church of San Lorenzo, the Royal Palace and its armory, the Cathedral and the Roman Quadrilateral. Stroll under the elegant arcades full of antique shops and fine cafes.
This is your ticket to the pride of Turin's 40 plus museums.
Discover the elegant center of Turin, with this walking tour starting from Piazza Castello. See the most important buildings: Palazzo Madama, the Church of San Lorenzo, the Royal Palace and its armory, the Cathedral and the Roman Quadrilateral. Stroll under the elegant arcades full of antique shops and fine cafes. Your tour then continues in the Egyptian Museum, the second largest in the world (after Cairo's in Egypt) for its outstanding collection of mummies, statues, artifacts, and exhibits.
Ride through a charming city, rich in history and tradition but always on the cutting edge - Turin! City Sightseeing’s 3 tours invite you to take a look at the various “souls” of the city, three different routes to show you a vibrant city - once the first capital of Italy - at its very best.
Explore the beauties of classical Turin with this private guided walking tour through the historic center of the “Capital of the Alps.” Your itinerary starts at the Royal Palace with its well-balanced integration of various architectural periods, and the Royal Armory, which houses one of the largest collections of historical weapons in the world. Your visit continues to the Cathedral of San Giovanni (Saint John) which holds the Shroud of Turin, and the Church of San Lorenzo (or the church of Santa Teresa), and ends with a tasty stop in one of the historical cafés of Turin.
Enjoy your personal, private guided tour to the Royal Palace of Venaria, a magnificent example of Baroque art immersed in the beautiful setting of its namesake village and French gardens, where important architects such as Amedeo di Castellamonte and Juvarra have left their mark.
The guided tour takes you to enter into the magical dimension of Egyptian religion, from rituals to amulets, from images to secret names and spells - explore the most effective remedy to counter all attacks of evil.
See how the pharaonic civilization reveals itself through its valuable written documents - with the help of Museum Egyptologist, you and your children will begin to understand how the ancient hieroglyphic writing worked. An exciting museum visit!
Step into industrial Turin - and discover great art, exciting architecture, and industrial treasures! Follow your knowledgeable guide to Agnelli's Art Gallery – located at top of the Lingotto factory, once the world's largest car factory, and seat of FIAT. Your tour continues to the first FIAT factory, the Olympic Stadium and the attached architectural complex, and the National Automobile Museum.
Discover everyday life in Ancient Egypt with this guided tour - you’ll learn much stunning detail, for example about the life of the Architect Kha and his wife Merti who lived in Deir el-Medina some 3400 years ago.
Welcome to the wide universe of ancient Egyptian animal-gods! With this guided tour for the whole family, you’ll discover how the inhabitants of the Nile Valley sensed God's presence in every aspect of their lives. Get to know the Egyptian animal-gods, and whom this ancient people entrusted with their destiny.
Eat, drink, and experience the Canavese region at the foot of the Alps of the Piedmont region, a natural gateway between the Italian peninsula and Europe. Land of castles and glorious landscapes, region of excellent wine and mouthwatering local specialties – the Canavese awaits you for 5 days you won't forget!
Enjoy a fun and informative experience in the form of a quiz: the Museum egyptologist proposes a series of questions through which children can reflect on the different aspects of the Museum and its precious collections. Each answer will reveal the most fascinating aspects of pharaonic culture "in a nutshell."
Enjoy an unusual route through the traces of Europe’s Belle Époque in Turin. Your guided visit begins in Valentino Park, Turin’s biggest public park, then takes you by bus to some of the gems of Turin’s Liberty Style architecture, including Villa Scott by architect Pietro Fenoglio. Your guided tour ends with a pleasant stroll through “Cit Turin” (“little Turin”), past gorgeous bourgeois residences in floral Liberty Style and to a charming street market.
Discover Turin’s specialties (such as the “Bicerin” - a sumptuous drink made from coffee, chocolate, and foamed milk) and the city’s most famous chocolate artisans and pastry shops. Chocolate has been a local tradition in Turin since the 17th century - you can imagine how well-honed the recipes are, now come with us and taste how delicious the outcome is!
Discover the center of the Piedmont region just outside of Turin, a region inscribed as a "cultural landscape" in the UNESCO World Heritage List thanks to the outstanding value of its wine culture, which has shaped the landscape over the centuries. You’ll visit these territories, their most famous wineries, their owners and the secrets of the production of their wines. And of course, you’ll get to taste them.
You are invited to learn about the activities of hunting and agriculture, of farming and food preparation in Ancient Egypt! You’ll be able to examine the state of preservation of foods and spices deposited in private tombs. You’ll discover food taboos, the importance of a varied diet for daily survival, foods reserved for use at the court, and food offerings for the gods. An exciting tour for the whole family!
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