Welcome to Piedmont


Most Piedmont journeys start in stately Turin, famous for football and Fiats. Beyond the car factories, Piedmont is also notable for its food – everything from rice to white truffles – and pretty pastoral landscapes not unlike nearby Tuscany.

The region's smaller towns were once feuding fiefdoms that bickered over trade and religion. Today the biggest skirmishes are more likely to be over recipes and vintages as they vie for the gourmet traveller euro.


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$17.31 Cultural & Theme Tours

Highlights of Turin Small-Group Walking Tour

Meet your guide at the Piazza CLN around 10:30am. Begin your walk through one of the liveliest cities in Europe, Turin. Visit squares in Turin, starting with the Piazza San Carlo, filled with historic cafes where celebrities, artists, and writing like to meet. Your guide will share the history, traditions, and curiosities of the city. Explore the Ancient Roman Quadrilateral district where the city walls and gate still stand. Your guide will give you suggestions along the way for local cuisine and restaurants. Continue to the Porta Palazzo Food Market, with colorful stalls selling regional products including cheese and wine. Cross the Piazza Castello to see the Cathedral and the Royal Palace. See Via Po and its fascinating arcades, with plenty of bookstores, cafes, and artisans. Stand at the feet of Turin's landmark, the Mole Antonelliana, and listen to stories about the building. End your tour in Piazza Vittorio by the river Po with a beautiful  view.

$22.72 Transfers & Ground Transport

Turin Airport Private Arrival Transfer

When making a booking, you will need to advise your flight details and your Turin City Hotel details. Your transfer will be confirmed within 24 hours of booking and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver. It's that easy! Price is per person, based on up to 8 adults per car/vehicle. At time of booking, YOU MUST include the following flight and hotel details in the "Special Requirements" box: Airline Flight Number Departing City / Arrival City Arrival Time Hotel Name Hotel Address

$57.72 Walking & Biking Tours

Turin Walking Tour with Palazzo Carignano Visit

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, a designated UNESCO World Heritage site that used to be the official residence of the Duke of Savoy. Listen to your guide reveal facts and recount anecdotes. If your tour group has more than six participants, you’ll receive headphones to ensure you can clearly hear the guide’s narration.See Duomo di Turin (Cathedral of John the Baptist), which occasionally displays the world-famous Holy Shroud, commonly known as the Shroud of Turin. This ancient rag is said to be the cloth that covered Jesus in the tomb. If the shroud is on display, head inside to see it firsthand. If not, visit the Church of San Lorenzo to see the next best thing: a copy of the shroud.Walk over to 17th-century Palazzo Carignano, discovering the ground floor rooms where was born the first King of Italy and then, near the Art Nouveau-accented Mole Antonelliana, home of the National Museum of Cinema, the tour ends.Descend from the lofty heights of the tower and head to the 17th-century Palazzo Carignano. Your tour then concludes near the Mole Antonelliana. An exceptional display of art nouveau architecture, the Mole Antonelliana is home to the National Museum of Cinema — the tallest museum in the world.

$18.47 Tours & Sightseeing

Turin City Hop-on Hop-off Tour

With great views from the top of the bus, strategically placed stops and an interesting commentary, this the hop-on hop-off city tour truly is the best way to see the sights of Turin. You can hop on and off as many times as you like aboard this open-top double-decker bus. There are 8 stops on Line A, 8 stops on Line B and 6 on Line C, that give you the chance to see all of Turin’s top attractions. You can stop at Mole Antonelliana, Piazza San Carlo, Parco del Valentino and more. All the lines are connected by Stop 1: Piazza Castello, Line A taks 50 minutes, Line B 75 minutes and Line C 80 minutes approximately. Alternatively, upgrade to the combination tour (including Line A and Line B and/or Line C) and to experience the best the city has to offer as you see all of Turin’s essential things to do.

$317.43 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Private Tour: Piedmont Wine Tasting of the Barolo Region

Specially selected wine producers will enable you to taste flavors and specialties of the Piedmontese tradition. Choose between a half day or a full day tour: Half Day Wine Tour (5 hours) Barolo village tour, tasting a glass of wine at Marchesi di Barolo wineryStop at La Morra panoramic BelvedereVisit and wine tasting at Cordero di Montezemolo winery in La Morra Full Day Wine Tour (9 hours) Barolo village tour, tasting a glass of wine at Marchesi di Barolo wineryStop at La Morra panoramic BelvedereVisit and wine tasting at Cordero di Montezemolo winery in La MorraLunch at La Morra, restaurant Bovio (gourmet lunch)Guided tour of Alba, the town of the white truffle, tasting Piedmontese specialties at Tartufi and CoPlease note that at time the wineries can be closed due to events, vintage shows or private events. In the event they aren't available, an alternative with the same quality will be provided. 

$28.86 Tours & Sightseeing

Magic Turin Evening Tour

Turin has two souls: one linked to white magic, the other to evil-black magic. You will explore them both during a "magical mystery tour" starting from Piazza Statuto, the "hearth of darkness" of the city, a part of the city that Romans, who founded Turin, considered an unlucky area and used as a burial site. At sunset you will drive past scary stone monsters, sinister architecture, unusual statues adorning ancient buildings and a small strange detail of the Duomo, which houses the famous Holy Shroud. Even if you have never believed in magic, come and discover the place considered by the guru's of occultism as one of the worlds capitals for both black and white magic.

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