Museums, museums and more museums.
The city of Turin offers more than 40 important museums, ranging from one of the richest collections of ancient, Egyptian antiquities in the world – second only to Cairo, to the tallest museum, namely Cinema museum which is located in Torino’s best-known landmark, the 167 meter high Mole Antonelliana.

And then there’s the Car museum, with gorgeous installations and original car models that make it attractive even to those who do not have a real passion for car design, speed and vehicles. Or if you are in for some painting, discover the Galleria Sabauda for a tour of the works of Venetien master Bernardo Bellotto and the largest collection of Flemish art in Italy, or the Pinacoteca Agnelli with its largest, private collection of works by French master Matisse. 
You pick, I tour.
In Turin, as in many Italian cities, museums and galleries used to be closed on the first day of the week but things have recently changed therefore, museums  are closed on Tuesdays, so plan your day in Torino carefully in order not to miss out any collection you should be interested in seeing.

Duration: about 3 hours or 6 hours, depending on how many collections you wish to visit. Walking tour.

TOUR INCLUSIONS: experienced and certified local tour guide, pre and post-tour assistance, tourism information kit, sightseeing.

NO OF PERSONS From 1 person to 25.

DEPARTS on request


To be confirmed upon booking.
We pick up and drop off where you would like in the city center.
Out of area charges may be applied.

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