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Highlights of Turin Small-Group Walking Tour

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Highlights of Turin Small-Group Walking Tour

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icon2 hours  (Approx.)
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iconOffered in: English and 1 more
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Sightsee with a local guide in Turin, and discover the city’s charms on a 2-hour walking tour. With a small group of just 15 people, you’ll explore the Roman Quadrilateral and Piazza Castello on foot, and check out landmarks such as the food stalls of Porta Palazzo, the history-rich arcades of Via Po, and the Mole Antonelliana building.
  • 2-hour small-group walking tour of Turin
  • Gain insight into the city’s culture from a guide
  • Explore the Roman Quadrilateral and Piazza Castello
  • Hear tips for places to eat as you pass the stalls of Porta Palazzo
  • Pass the arcades of Via Po and see the Mole Antonelliana
  • Enjoy personalized attention with a small group, limited to just 15 people
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Local, English-speaking guide
Food and drinks
Hotel pickup and drop-off

Departure Point

Piazza C.L.N., Torino TO, Italy

The guide will wait at the lady's fountain with a sign "Walking Tour"

Departure Time

10:30 AM

Return Details Vittorio Veneto, Torino TO, Italy

Head to Piazza CLN in Turin at 10:30am to meet your guide and start your tour of the city. On foot, you’ll walk through vibrant and lively squares such as Piazza San Carlo where bohemian types and celebrities like to meet.

As you explore, you’ll listen to stories about the city to learn about its history, culture, and quirks. Venture into the old Roman Quadrilateral, an ancient enclave where the original city walls and gate can be seen. Continue from here to the food market of Porta Palazzo and wander amid stalls laden with regional produce as your guide talks about local food and give tips for eateries to visit.

Stroll through Piazza Castello, home to Turin Cathedral and the Palazzo Reale, and admire the historic arcades of Via Po, lined with bookshops, cafés, and stores selling artisan wares. Strike a pose for a photo in front of the Mole Antonelliana as your guide explains its history, then head to Piazza Vittorio where your walking tour ends.
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Piazza C.L.N
You will meet your local guide in Piazza C.L.N. by the lady's fountain.
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Duomo di Torino e Cappella della Sacra Sindone
The Duomo of Turin is one of the most important churches of the city. Right next to it and connected to the church there is a small chapel, where the Holy Shroud is preserved. It is visible to the public only in certain days during the year.
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Piazza San Carlo
Piazza San Carlo is considered the "living room" of Turin. It is known like this because there are numerous cafés where politicians, philosophers and people in general get their coffee.
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Mercato Centrale Torino
The Mercato Centrale is the main open air market of the city, where you can find local fruit and vegetables, a ham and cheeses made by local farmers.
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Quadrilatero Romano
The Roman District is where all the main monuments are located of the Roman era.
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Mole Antonelliana
The Mole Antonelliana was built to be a synagogue, but then was used as a museum. Today it is the famous Museum of Cinema and from the top you can see a marvellous view of the whole city.
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Via Po
Via Po is a street of Turin where the Mole Antonelliana is located.
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Piazza Carignano
Piazza Carignano is one of the main squares of Turin.
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Palazzo Reale
The Royal Palace was the residence of the first king of Italy, of the Savoia family. If you have a chance, don't miss a visit inside. It is truly a beauty with features of the era it was built.
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Comfortable walking shoes are recommended
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers
  • OPERATED BY Raphael Tours & Events

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  • This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund.

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I ended up having a private tour...
Barbara O
, Jun 2018
I ended up having a private tour with Stefano this week. He was knowledgeable, friendly, and personable. I highly recommend his walking tour of Torino!
Because of the holiday weekend, my...
Craig W
, Apr 2018
Because of the holiday weekend, my husband and I had a personal tour of Turino! Stefan was a great guide and a wealth of knowledge. He took us to a wonderful local market and gave us a great tour. His recommendation of location for a place to eat was the best! We had so much fun visiting Turin and taking this tour. Thank you Stefan for making this day special!
Guide was great! Very knowledgeable...
Alla B
, Apr 2018
Guide was great! Very knowledgeable, fluent English, passionate about Turin and Italy, personal with tourists. We went inside of many churches, visited central city, old Roman city, and open market. Great intro to the history and architecture of Turin.
Sorry for dragging Stefano out...
Michael M
, Mar 2018
Sorry for dragging Stefano out through the rain, but the tour was great!! He personalized everything about the tour for us and was extremely knowledgeable about the city and it’s history. Hope to return someday for the Chocolate Tour. Sounds like it will be amazing!!
It was a great way to see the city...
Dave S
, Feb 2018
It was a great way to see the city in one day. Our guide was articulate, knowledgeable and relaxing to be with. It was the right amount of time for walking.
We really enjoyed our tour with...
Tina P
, Oct 2017
We really enjoyed our tour with Stefano. He emailed and texted us ahead of time to make sure we knew where to meet. It turned out that we were his only clients that day so we basically had a private tour. He is very knowledgeable and happy to share that knowledge with us. We also had a nice chat over coffee at a local bar. I liked Turin a lot. It was not crowded with tourists and there are many interesting things to see there. I would definitely recommend booking this tour.
The walking tour was a good intro to...
Kathryn G
, Oct 2017
The walking tour was a good intro to Turin, which is a flat city, set out on a grid and made for walking. As well as showing me the main sites, my guide Stefano also told me about the Torinese drink Bicerin and where to drink it, explained the city's superstition involving a bull's private parts the bull is the symbol of the Turin, and lots more not covered in a guidebook. Definitely recommend this tour.
Very informative and professional...
Lois M
, Sep 2017
Very informative and professional morning with Stephano. A nicely paced walk to enjoy the highlights and learn some of Turin's history. Stephano did a great job - a morning swell spent.
Loved it!! Stefano was a fabulous...
Kay E K
, Sep 2017
Loved it!! Stefano was a fabulous guide very knowledgeable and flexible in showing us what we were interested in.
Lovely Turin! It was a very...
Ramona F
, Sep 2017
Lovely Turin! It was a very informative and delightful walking tour. It was a very small group, just a couple and myself. The tour guide -sorry I don't recall his name- did an amazing job. Turin is underrated, many things to see. This is a great way to learn about Turin. It is a walking tour, so plan accordingly, comfortable shoes! Hope you enjoy the market. Highly recommended!

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