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Walking Tour of Turin Including Skip-the-Line Entry to Palazzo Madama
"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
From EUR55.00
 
Walking Tour of Turin Including Skip-the-Line Entry to Palazzo Madama
"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
From EUR55.00
 
Walking Tour of Turin Including Skip-the-Line Entry to Palazzo Madama
"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
From EUR55.00

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Museums (Egyptian, Cinema...)

The museum is just reinagurated and in the interior design it has participated François Confino who also did the Museum of Cinema in Torino Torino who was the "big car factory" in Italy (Fiat...
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Royal residences

It was the House of Savoy Royal Palace of and is located in the Castillo square at the center of Turin The facade of the palace is sober, but the interior is decorated very luxurious and s well...
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Architecture (Neo Classic and Baroque)

You will find this charming galleria under the arches of Piazza Castello. The glass roof was remained as originally when it was built.. fine restaurants and cafeterias in it.. it was nice to walk...
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Mole Antonelliana

La mole Antoniellana es uno de los edificios más emblemáticos de Turín , que curiosamente no se ve hasta que casi te topas con él El diseño original era una sinagoga judía , pero después de diversos...
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Porta Palazzo and Balon: street markets

Porta Palazzo is one of the antique Roman gates entering the town. The real name is Porta Palatina. There are still some remains of the Roman walls, a statue of Emperor Augustus and the remains of the...
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Sacra Sindone (Holy Shroud)

The Shroud of Turin is housed in a special chapel inside Torino's Duomo. The shroud is put on display extremely rarely (think once every five or ten years), most visitors will have the opportunity to...
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Superga

Here are buried many members of the Family of the House of Savoy In a baroque chapel, very ornate and decorative elements a bit gloomy Aquí se encuentran enterrados muchos de los miembros de la...
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Monte dei Cappuccini

It is well worth a walk to Monte dei Cappuccini, the hill on the other side of the Po (about 15 minutes by foot from the Gran Madre) where you can find the church of Santa Maria del Monte. Three the...
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Miscellaneous

This is a great idea. I've did it some time ago in Florence and it was funny and very interesting and I liked it very much. Now there are some short and long walks. For a total of almost 7 hours of...
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Olympics

The Olympic Stadium is the Stadium Comunale restructured with the Maratona Tower, in the season 2006/07 the football match of Torino f.c. and Juventus f.c. will be disputed in this stadium; near there...
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Valentino's and other Parks

The park was opened in 1630 on a project by Carlo Cognengo di Castellamonte and later completed by the designer's son Amedeo in 1660. In 1864 it was partially redesigned by French designer Barillet...
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Caravan Company

Really cool store, not expensive considering it has a variety of many designer brands in one place . The staff is extremely nice and helpful, and not pushy at all ! The store is big and it is...
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Buildings lobbies and courtyards

Historical city residential, or other purposes, buildings' access doors/gates often hide beautiful lobbies and/or courtyards. Worth a peek inside if you see them open. Some examples in this photo...
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Jun 08, 2014

Liberty - Art Deco style buildings

A local form of architectural Liberty style, named Turinese Liberty, developed by late 1800 through the first two decades of XX century to give the city the title of "Italian capital of Liberty...
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Jun 08, 2014

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