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Regal and Resplendent

Turin bike tours

Turin – a city of astounding beauty cradled by the sublime Superga Hill and Alpine Arch. This astounding Italian city was the seat of the Savoy family, and regal resplendence remains to be admired everywhere in its streets.

The first Italian capital from 1861 to 1865, Turin has historically been a major European political center, and is now one corner of the Italian 'industrial triangle' with Genoa and Milan, ranking only after Rome and Milan for economic influence. The city is committed to an exceptionally cultured way of life, its residents living in the midst of myriad art galleries, opera houses, libraries, churches and museums.

Home to the most beautiful piazza in Italy, to historic cafes, exquisite churches and magnificent museums, Turin is a commanding city with an exceptional aesthetic. Visitors to the city can enjoy its wonderful wealth of sightseeing attractions, including the Castelvecchio Museum, Piazza Bra, Roman Amphitheater, Porta Borsari, Piazza delle Erbe, Casa di Giulietta (Romeo and Juliet balcony), Piazza dei Signori e Arche Scaligere, Adige River, Bra Molinari, Duomo, Ponte Pietra, Castel San Pietro, Scaliger Bridge, and Basilica di San Zeno Maggiore.

With a potentially incredible itinerary, taking in all of Turin's captivating culture is best achieved on a guided bicycle tour of the city, where you can ride in the wake of royal legacies, and truly experience Turin's timeless beauty with the aid of local insight.

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Turin Highlights & Hidden Gems Bike Tour

Turin · from €39 EUR

3.5 hours
Rider Level: Recreational Family-friendly bike tours
Rider Level: Recreational Family-friendly bike tours
3.5 hours

Days Start Finish
Daily 10:00 am ~1:30 pm

Take in terrific Turin on this comprehensive bicycle tour of iconic sights and hidden gems. Your local guide divulges the essence that makes Turin the magnificent city it is today, whilst giving you tips for the best bagna càuda (garlic and anchovy…

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