TORINO, Fascinating City

The first Italian capital is unmissable for many aspects: it is rich in history and cultural, art and sport events, which put it at the same level as the most important European capitals. It has wonderful baroque architecture, worldwide known museums such as the Egyptian Museum, a wide choice of boutiques for shopping, and a delicious cuisine you can taste in its historical cafés and typical restaurants… and don’t miss the lively nightlife! Everything reachable on foot from the hotels that we propose!

Day 1: The glorious history of a capital
After your arrival and check in to the hotel, guided visit to the centre of Torino, among historical palaces, monumental squares and typical cafés. In one of these, you will enjoy a welcome aperitif with appetizing Piedmontese specialties

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Day 2: The paradise of chocolate… and more!
In the morning, chocolate tour and tasting, you will get to learn all about the manufacture of chocolate by local maitre chocolatier in antique chocolate shops of the historical centre of Turin. In the afternoon you can enjoy a visit to the newly renewed Egyptian Museum, the oldest in the world and second only to Cairo’s for its size and quality, or to the National Cinema Museum, located in the Mole Antonelliana, symbol of the city.

Day 3: Shopping for all tastes 
Before leaving Torino, take advantage of its shopping districts: check out the “haute couture” proposals walking under the famous arcades of Via Roma, without forgetting the outdoor market, Porta Palazzo, the largest in Europe, with its famous flea market called “balùn”.


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