A full immersion in the cultural world of these two great cities, meeting their incredible artistic and architectural heritage. Torino and its squares, linked by majestic
porticoes, jewels such as the Egyptian Museum and the Cinema Museum, or the “Piedmontese Versailles”: Venaria Royal Palace (Unesco Heritage site). Milano and its
unmissable points of interest: the Duomo, the Scala opera theatre, Brera art gallery, the Last Supper, the fashion district and the picturesque “navigli”.

Day 1: Milan, the unmissable destinations
Tour of the most famous places of Milan: the Duomo, the Vittorio Emanuele II Gallery, the Teatro alla Scala and its museum, the “Fashion District”

Day 2: Milan among art and entertainment
Visit to the Pinacoteca di Brera, one of the foremost painting collections in Italy; lunch in the area, famous for its Bohemian atmosphere. Passing the Castello Sforzesco, in Santa Maria
delle Grazie you will find Leonardo’s original masterpiece, The Last Supper. Discover the Basilica di Sant’Ambrogio, one of the oldest churches in Milan, arriving at the fashionable Porta
Ticinese, one of the city gates. Here you can admire the Navigli, a system of navigable canals, restored and become a point of interest with a lot of restaurants and cafes.

Day 3: Torino and its treasures
Departure for Torino; guided tour of the historical centre, with its famous squares, palaces and churches (the Cathedral where the Sacra Sindone is kept, the baroque San Lorenzo). In the afternoon, visit to the Mole Antonelliana, symbol of the city and home to the National Cinema Museum. A glass lift takes the visitors to the top to enjoy a panoramic view over the city. Discover Piazza Vittorio Veneto, the biggest porticoed European Square, enjoying a typical Turin aperitif. 

Day 4: Torino from the Egyptians to its “Versailles”
Morning visit to the Egyptian museum, completely renewed in April 2015, the world’s most important after the one in Cairo.
In the afternoon, visit to the magnificent “Versailles of Piedmont”: the Royal Palace of Venaria, the biggest Savoyard residence in Piedmont, part of the Unesco Heritage. 


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