Excursions & Sight Tickets in Turin

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Known as the capital of Piedmont, Turin is a beautiful town with stately baroque buildings along its many boulevards. You'll find old cafes lining its grand squares. The Alps rise to the northwest of Turin.

Palazzo Carignano

Listed as one of the most beautiful Baroque buildings in the world, the Palazzo Carignano in Turin is a historic royal residence. Once the home of the Princes of Carignano, the building now houses the National Museum of Italian Risorgimento. This historical museum covers Italy's unification, as well as the history of Piedmont.

The palace has an impressive interior with a stunning curved double stair that leads to the central salon. The interior is filled with frescoes and decorative plaster. It also features a collection of paintings from the House of Savoy. The museum is open daily, except on Mondays.

The National Museum of the Italian Risorgimento is housed in the upper floors of Palazzo Carignano. It offers visitors an opportunity to see some of the most beautiful rooms in Italy, and to learn about the history of Italy's unification. The museum also has interactive exhibits, restrooms, and a coat and bag check.

Aside from the museum, visitors can see the Royal Palace, which houses the Royal Armoury. The palace also contains a chapel designed by Guarino Guarini, an Italian-Baroque architect. The palace has several interesting rooms, including a 19th century ballroom.

The Palazzina di Stupinigi is another one of Turin's architectural gems. The building was originally designed as a resting place for hunters. It is surrounded by a 150 000 m2 park. The building is also home to Napoleon, who lived here in 1805.

Porta Palatina

Located in the northern Italian city of Turin, Porta Palatina is a Roman gateway which dates back to the First century. Today, it is one of the most preserved Roman gates in the world. It is also part of an archaeological park.

Porta Palatina is a great place to visit in Turin. The ancient Romans built this gateway to give their citizens access to the inner city. Today, it is located near the Cathedral. It is a quaint place to walk around in the evening. Porta Palatina also has a number of towers which can be climbed by visitors.

Porta Palatina

Porta Palatina is surrounded by a public park. It is also located near a 1st century Roman amphitheatre. It was also the entrance to the Royal Palace. Porta Palatina is part of a small archaeological park. There are several towers that are 30 meters high.

Porta Palatina is referred to as one of the most beautiful buildings in the old city center. It was built in the Flavian Era. During the 18th century, it was nearly torn down. However, it was saved by architect Betola. He convinced Vittorio Amedeo II of the Savoys to save it.

Porta Palatina was restored in recent years. It was turned into an archaeological park in 2006. Today, Porta Palatina is a great attraction for tourists. It is also surrounded by modern building complexes.

Another great attraction in Turin is the National Cinema Museum. The museum has exhibits that retrace the history of cinema. Visitors can also take the glass elevator up to the observation platform.

Borgo Medievale

Located on the banks of the Po river, Borgo Medievale is a replica of a 15th century Piedmontese village. It is a wonderful open-air museum that offers visitors the chance to explore a historic town. It is a popular tourist attraction. There are numerous artisan shops, medieval boutiques, and fountains to explore.

Borgo Medievale

Borgo Medievale has become one of the most popular tourist attractions in Turin, Italy. Its main features include a castle, gardens, artisan shops, and a reconstructed late medieval village. It is also home to a number of religious institutions. The medieval village is part of a larger park, Parco del Valentino, which is located alongside the Po river. It is an idyllic spot to take a stroll.

Borgo Medievale was conceived by a wealthy Portuguese scholar of Italian architecture, Alfredo D'Andrade. The purpose of the project was to showcase the architectural and decorative heritage of foothills. These were already under threat from industrial production.

Borgo Medievale is designed to mimic an archaeological site from the 15th century. It features a castle with a drawbridge and fountains. The site includes a garden, artisan shops, and castle tours.

The site is also home to the Museum of Urban Art, a contemporary art museum that adds colour and whimsy to the place. It also boasts a number of interactive exhibits. It is one of the best museums to visit in Turin.

The Cobblestone Village is another interesting place to visit in Turin. Its creators used realistic construction methods to create a village that looks like it's from the Middle Ages. It is free to visit without a tour. Its shops sell a variety of typical souvenirs.

Santuario della Consolata

Located in the heart of the city, the Santuario della Consolata is a baroque basilica with an ornate altar and marble floor. The church is especially dedicated to the worship of the Virgin Mary. Its imposing facade is illuminated at night. It is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Turin. The sanctuary holds an annual ceremony in June, and its bell tower features the largest bell in Piedmont.

Another place to check out while in Turin is the Basilica di Superga, which is located on a soaring hill and is built in the 18th century. This is one of the most beautiful and iconic places to visit in Turin. It is a masterpiece of Baroque architecture. It is also home to the tomb of the first King of Italy, Victor Emmanuel II.

For photographers, the Basilica of Superga is a must see. It has a towering spire that overlooks the city of Turin. There is a glass observatory area and a suspended elevator.

The Santuario della Consolata also has a small museum. You can learn about its history and the story behind the sanctuary. There is also a cafe on site. It is a perfect place to enjoy a picnic or a day of relaxation.

Another famous place to visit in Turin is the Cappuccini Monks Mount, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This site was the former residence of the royal family of Savoy.

Teatro Regio

Known as the "Paris of Italy", Turin is a city of art and history. It is located in the Piedmont region of Italy. The city is home to some of Italy's best museums and landmarks.

Turin is home to a number of palaces and monuments. One of the most impressive structures is the Teatro Regio. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

The Teatro Regio is a large complex located in the Piazza Castello in Turin. It has a full calendar of shows and is the main opera house in Turin. The theatre also features an auditorium for plays and ballets.

The Teatro Regio was designed by Carlo Mollino. The building was commissioned by the Duke of Savoy, Victor Amadeus II of Sardinia. He wanted to turn Turin into a European capital. The building was designed in reinforced concrete. It has a modern interior design and is a great place to go to watch a performance.

The theatre has an impressive stage. It is the second largest stage in Europe. The stage also has a unique proscenium. The shape of the proscenium is based on the shape of a television. The building also contains exhibition spaces.

The building is located in Piazza Castello, which is one of the city's main squares. It is also home to many cafes and other attractions. It is the ideal place to start your first day in Turin.

Villa Tesoriera

Whether you are looking for a relaxing vacation or an action-packed weekend, there are plenty of things to see in Turin, Italy. In fact, you can enjoy free activities and see a few of the city's most impressive attractions. But if you're looking for more than that, you'll need to spend some money.

Villa Tesoriera is a beautiful 18th-century Baroque-style villa in Turin. It was built for Aymo Ferrero di Cocconato. The building was designed by architect Jacopo Maggi. It is now owned by the city of Turin. You can check out the beautiful gardens on the grounds of the building.

Other highlights of Turin include Palazzo Reale, which was built for the Dukes of Savoy. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The palace contains the Royal Armoury, which houses one of the world's finest collections of armor.

You'll also want to check out the Egyptian Museum, which is one of the largest Egyptian collections in Europe. It is home to the world's second largest collection of Egyptian antiquities. This museum is also one of the most popular attractions in Turin. You can check out three sections of the museum, which feature antiquities from both Italy and the world.

You can also check out the Museum of Antiquities, which showcases the history of Piedmont. You can also check out the Piedmontese Village replica. This replica includes shops, churches and decorated houses. This is one of the most beautiful open-air museums you can visit.

Guided tours and excursions in Turin

Taking a guided tour is a great way to experience Turin and learn about the city's history. Many of the city's landmarks have been influenced by Baroque architecture. You can find art galleries, museums, and cafes all over the city. You can also find a variety of restaurants in Turin.

The city is also home to the Royal Palace, which was constructed in the XVII century. This majestic building features elegant furnishings and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can take a tour of the palace and learn about its history. The building was also the home of the Savoy Royal Family. Its location is close to other important cultural institutions, such as the Palazzo Carignano, which was the first Italian parliament. The palace also houses the world's largest collection of weapons.

Royal Palace

During the Baroque period, Turin was one of the main centers of Baroque art. The city is also known for its cuisine, with chocolate, truffles, and other local delicacies. Its underground systems, also known as tunnels, are filled with history.

Turin is a wonderful city to explore. You can take a walking tour of the city's historic center, which will cover major landmarks and important sites of city history. If you would like to learn about Turin's gastronomic culture, you can join a gourmet walking tour. This tour will explore some of the city's best restaurants and sample some of its traditional foods and wines. The tour includes a tasting of local chocolate and biserin, a local beverage. You will also learn about some of the city's ancient archaeological sites. You will also get a taste of the city's renowned coffee.

There are many tours to choose from. You can choose a walking tour, a bike tour, or a tour by bus. Tours are offered in English, Italian, and French. Tours also take place at different times of the day.

You can choose a tour that is tailored to your interests. The Egyptian Museum of Turin offers guided tours that focus on the art and culture of Egypt. You can also learn about the history of Pharaohs' jewelry and the art of ancient mummies. You can also book an excursion to the former Savoy Residences.

Turin's underground systems are filled with history and are a labyrinth of passages, cellars, and tunnels. They are also home to the world's second largest museum, the Egyptian Museum. You can also visit the museum in a small group.

Turin is also one of the most culturally vibrant cities in Italy. It is surrounded by the Alps on both its western and northern front. It is home to the National Museum of Cinema, which is the tallest museum in the world. This museum is also home to a collection of fine furniture from different Savoy residences.

There are also many other museums in Turin, including the National Museum of Archaeology. You can also see the Shroud of Turin in the Cathedral. You can also visit the Royal Library to see Leonardo da Vinci's self-portrait.

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