Start the Turin bike tour in the area of Porta Nuova, near the main railway station, where you hop on your bicycle to discover at each corner the grandeur of Turin, Italy’s most regal city. Enjoy the elegance of Piazza San Carlo with its traditional and historical cafés and get a preliminary introduction to the history, geography and personality of Turin. Then head to the Castle of the Savoy Royal family and enter the oldest part of the city with its Roman ruins.
Prepare yourself to admire the Mole Antonelliana, the tallest museum in the world and the real landmark of the city, the spectacular National Cinema Museum. On the way back along the river, you will see the impressive Gran Madre di Dio, a church well-known for its connection with esoterism. Ride your bike in the direction of Palazzo Carignano and the Museo del Risorgimento, home of the first parliament of Italy. Finally, you ride along the Egyptian Museum, the most important Egyptian museum outside of Egypt.
Don’t miss tips and directions by our local insiders to the most interesting places to visit, where to eat “bagna càuda” (typical Piedmontese dish), where to sip an original “bicerin” (historical hot and non-alcoholic drink based on chocolate, coffee and milk cream), taste a delicious Gianduiotto and have an original aperitif.