The capital of Italy’s region of Piedmont is not only an industry metropolis but also the Italian capital of the Baroque offering a lot of sightseeing, hence a visit here is a must. The magnificent Baroque palaces make the old town a true open air museum of the Baroque style. At the time when they were built the town counted only 50.000 inhabitants, however it was the residence of the powerful Duke of Savoy and therefore of the noble families who wanted to have magnificent palaces too and show off their sense of beauty, art and culture. Turin also boasts the Egyptian Museum, the Automobile Museum and historical remain from the Roman time. You should not forget that Turin is the city of Christ hosting a very important Christian relic. Indeed, Turin keeps the sacra Sindone, the Holy Shroud of Christ housed in the Chapel of the Holy Shroud.
Half-day – Duration Approx. 3 hours
- 1 Escorted tour
- Up to 30 persons € 240,00 per bus
- Up to 40 persons € 265,00 per bus
- Up to 50 persons € 290,00 per bus