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Turin: a wonderful city with a rich and diversified tourist offer

Whether you’re interested in cultural, sports or automotive tourism, discover why Turin is the right city for your holiday.

To each tourist, its own destination: this is how we could synthesize the first axiom of the vacationer. On the planning process of a stay or a weekend away, who knows how many times you’ve chosen your destination based on the type of tourism you are most interested in. Thinking of large Italian cities such as Rome, Milan, Florence and Naples, it’s easy to imagine how they can combine cultural or naturalistic entertainment with sports, food and wine or seaside tourism.

But who said that the so-called "minor" Italian cities are not a valid alternative? This is the case of Turin, the capital of Piemonte that has shown the ability to satisfy every type of tourist thanks to a mix of events, art, culture and sport, which have become the secret of its successful formula. Are you getting curious? Then read on and find out why you can't absolutely miss a holiday in Turin.


City sightseeing tour: what you can't miss

To get to know the soul of Turin you have to give yourself a complete tour of the city, which will allow you to enjoy its architectural beauty and breathe its centuries-old history. The thousand faces of this city will deeply impress you: ancient capital of the Savoy kingdom, it was the cradle of the Risorgimento and the scene of important historical events, until it became an industrial and innovation center.

The Mole Antonelliana stands out prominently in the city skyline, but it isn’t certainly the only attraction! Even walking outdoors can be enough to visit something unique. Just think of the Parco del Valentino, the city's green lung dotted with fountains and statues, or meeting places like San Carlo Square. There really is something for all tastes: from the Royal Museums for a dip in history, passing through the fifteenth century Duomo, to the characteristic covered Galleries inspired to Parisian "passages".

There are so many things to see in the Savoy city. For this reason, if you have little time, we recommend the Hop on Hop Off Turin service, a convenient bus tour that guides you through the best attractions in the city, allowing you to hop on and off the bus whenever you wish to.


Egyptian Museum of Turin: the main protagonist of the cultural offer (but not the only one)

Speaking of attractions, Turin has the oldest museum dedicated to Nilotic civilization worldwide: it’s the Egyptian Museum. The Museum boasts a collection of about 6,500 finds including statues, sarcophagi, funerary objects, mummies and papyrus: a treasure with immense charm. With over 800 thousand visitors a year, the flow of tourists is definitely strong: if you don't want to waste time standing in line, the best solution is to buy an Egyptian Museum Skip The Line Ticket.

If you are not a lover of the Egyptians and prefer something more modern, you may find interesting the entrance to the National Cinema Museum, whose complex is located inside the Mole Antonelliana, or plan a visit to the National Automobile Museum.

In short, to each tourist its own destination, but few cities in Italy like Turin manage to get everyone to agree!

20 September 2019

City Sightseeing® Rome

On Sunday, September 22nd, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., the route of City Sightseeing Roma may change and the following stops will not be guaranteed: - Stop 3 (Colosseo) - Stop 4 (Circo Massimo) - Stop 5 (Piazza Venezia)

20 September 2019

City Sightseeing® Milan

From 12 p.m of September 22nd to 12 p.m of September 24th 2019, stop 6 on Line A/ stop 12 of Line B will be suspended.

16 September 2019

City Sightseeing® Florence

From 16th September, the only departures for Line B from Piazzale Michelangelo will be at the following times: 10.30 - 11.30 - 12.30 - 13.30 - 14.30 - 15.30 - 16.30 - 17.30

12 September 2019

Shuttle Bus Barberino Designer Outlet

Please note that the Meeting Point of the Shuttle Bus for Barberino Designer Outlet will undergo some changes: Until October 31st, 2019: Piazza Stazione, Santa Maria Novella station side, in front of luggage drop. From November 1st, 2019: Sightseeing Experience Visitor Center, inside Santa Maria Novella train station, ticket office area.

08 August 2019

City Sightseeing Turin

Stop 6 of Line A will be suspended until 30 October 2019

01 July 2019

City Sightseeing Roma - Closing Visitor Center Repubblica

From 1 July 2019, Visitor Center Repubblica will be closed to the public. For those who had the voucher change indicated there, they can show up at any other stop or any other Visitor Center.

12 March 2019

Info Saint Peter Basilica

The Saint Peter Basilica will be closed the following days:
- 16th August
- 2nd November
- 27th, 31st December

21 November 2018

City Sightseeing® Florence

The following stop is temporarily suppressed: Line A: 15 (Barbetti)