Free Cancellation Up to 48 hours in advance
Duration: 7 hours and 30 minutes
|Mobile voucher accepted|
Visit Turin, and enter the Royal Palace and the Egyptian Museum to discover two of Turin's most important places.
Meet the guide, your local insider for one day, and discover the best that this city has to offer. Delve into the history and culture of the wonderful Turin. Your first stop will be Piazza San Carlo: discover the history and the so-called “drawing room” of the city and look at the equestrian monument of Emanuele Filiberto of Savoia. Continue your visit reaching Piazza Carignano and admire some of the most beautiful historical buildings, declared UNESCO World heritage since 1997.
Later, after a relaxing stroll, you will arrive in Piazza Castello, the real heart of Turin, to learn more about the main monuments of the city, such as the Royal Palace, Palazzo Madama and San Lorenzo Church. Your guide will take you to a journey from the past to the present. You’ll learn why the city is so important nowadays and its industrial development thanks to FIAT, Italian automobile industry that is now part of the popular soul of the city. End your tour on a high note and see the magnificent Mole Antonelliana, the true symbol of the city.
After a brief break for some free time, visit the Royal palace, a beautiful and elegant building, a real celebration of luxury, gold and jewels that embellish the baroque halls. Visit the amazing throne room, a brilliant example of the Italian baroque style. Continue the visit reaching Egyptian Museum and delve into the Egyptian culture admiring real mummies, sarcophagus and different and interesting findings (in the museum are preserved more than 40.000).
- Minors must be accompanied by an adult. - This tour is guaranteed with a minimum number of 2 participants. - During this tour is not possible to see Holy Shroud. - In case of delay, contact the emergency number +39-327-4674179. - The guide will be in front of the bronze building of the Tourist Office holding a yellow sign with "TOUR" written.