Turin, from the Roman « square town » of Augusta Taurinorum to the 16th century capital city of the Dukedom of Savoy, then capital of the Kingdom of Sardinia and, eventually, capital city of Italy. The development is clearly visible in the urban structure of the town and in its so called “Crown of Pleasures”, the castles in the surroundings. The visitors will be impressed by Turin’s spectacular baroque style, elegant and rich. 
To finish with the tour, a coffee break in a … royal Café.

Meeting point: Piazza Castello, in front of Palazzo Madama.
Duration : 2 hrs.
Fees : 15 to 25 persons € 120 + € 2 per person extra
           9 to 14 € 100  
           less than 9 contact the guide.


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    Come and enjoy a classic itinerary in Turin! Whether you have already visited the town or not, you'll be charmed by its Palaces, Monunents, Museums and ... Cafés 
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Discover Turin in two hours

    Turin, from the Roman town to capital city of Italy. The urban structure, its  castles in the surroundings and its spectacular baroque style. 
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A royal Villa and an aristocratic Neighbourhood


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Precious weapons in the Royal Palace
      A short walk through the richly decorated rooms of the Royal Palace will lead you to the valuable ancient weapons collection of the King. Those weapons will retell ancient stories, legends, ... 
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The Cuisine of the Pharaohs


       You'll be surprised by the extremely rich collection of foods and beverages of the Ancient Egypt. You'll discover the crucial role food played in religion, work and ...   
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      A short and exciting trip back to the origins of the automobile; we'll see how they became a myth and even inspired arts ....
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Written by Ursula Roest on 08/02/2015
Michele is a very passionate guide, who knows a lot about the history of Torino. He can explain this in different languages such as English, French and Italian.Since he is also a gourmand,he likes to give you some good advice about the food and drinks in Torino. We tried the delicious Al bicirine in one of the oldest pubs.
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