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Turin: Cinema Museum and Bus Tour

1. Turin: Cinema Museum and Bus Tour

Visit the National Cinema Museum with this combination ticket. Start on the first floor, which houses the Archeology of Cinema, the Temple Hall, and the Film Machine. See the sights of Turin with your ticket for a 24/48-hour hop-on hop-off bus.

Lago Maggiore: Adventure Park with Panoramic View

2. Lago Maggiore: Adventure Park with Panoramic View

Buckle up and start your day with a climb up one of the exciting rope courses available. You can try them all, with over 40 challenges, there are loads of possibilities. After the climb, soar over the park with a 65 meter long zip line, taking in spectacular views along the way. After your arrival, you will meet an instructor and get a safety briefing, ensuring your adventure for the day goes smoothly. Enjoy the stunning view and fall in love with the wildlife above Maggiore Lake. For the small ones, a playground and a sand box to enjoy surrounded by nature is available. If you're hungry, why don't you try some of the local specialties at WunderBar or Grotto Carza restaurants, both plastic free and pet-friendly.

La Venaria Reale Entry Ticket and Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour

3. La Venaria Reale Entry Ticket and Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour

Skip the lines at the Venaria Reale, a masterpiece of architecture and landscaping, and a Unesco World Heritage Site. Admire some of the highest expressions of the Universal Baroque, including the enchanting scenery of the Diana Room, the solemnity of the Great Gallery and the Chapel of Saint Hubert. Marvel at the vast Scuderie Juvarrine complex, the works of Filippo Juvarra, the lavish decorations and the spectacular Fontana del Cervo. The space dedicated to the Savoy takes you along almost 2,000 meters of exhibitions from the basement to the main floor of the palace. See the sights of Turin with your 24 or 48-hour hop-on hop-off bus tour ticket as well and explore the city at your own pace.

Caravino: Masino Castle Entry Ticket

4. Caravino: Masino Castle Entry Ticket

For more than a thousand years, Masino Castle has overlooked the immense Canavese plain from high ground in front of the evocative morainic barrier of the Serra di Ivrea – an intact and seemingly endless landscape. The strategic location of the castle resulted in it being frequently attacked, but the noble Valperga dynasty – whom, legend has it, are descended from Arduin of Ivrea, the first King of Italy–retained ownership of it right from the very beginning, documented as far back as 1070. Over the centuries, the illustrious family converted the castle into an aristocratic residence, and then into an elegant holiday home. This glorious past is recounted by the halls themselves, which are adorned with frescoes and ostentatious furnishings, and by the bedrooms used by visiting ambassadors, the private apartments, the lounges and the panoramic terraces. It all adds up to a refined embodiment of 17th- and 18th-century culture, which was also expressed in the rooms dedicated to the celebration of knowledge, such as the priceless library, which plays host to more than 25,000 antique volumes. Outside the castle, there are monumental, romantic grounds, featuring one of the largest mazes in Italy, a majestic tree-lined boulevard, large clearings and picturesque corners that, in spring, are inundated by beautiful blossom. A trip to Masino is an ever-changing experience: from visits to the castle, taking different routes round it each time, to a day in the open air to savour the beauty of the grounds, or participation in any of the numerous events organised throughout the course of the year, perhaps including a coffee at the panoramic cafeteria. Masino is perfect for kids, who will have great fun playing with their families and friends with all the activities we designed for them.

Turin: Stupinigi Royal Hunting Lodge Entry Ticket

5. Turin: Stupinigi Royal Hunting Lodge Entry Ticket

Explore the UNESCO world heritage site Palazzina di Caccia di Stupinigi: one of the most extraordinary eighteenth-century complexes in Europe that preserves the original furnishings, paintings, and cabinet-making masterpieces, representing the peak of architecture and design of the territory. The construction of this Hunting Lodge began in 1729 on a project by architect Filippo Juvarra and continued until the end of the 18th century with expansion and completion interventions by Benedetto Alfieri and other important architects of the times. This palace was a place of leisure and hunting for the Savoy court, used also as a sumptuous and refined residence for parties and weddings, as well as the residence chosen by Napoleon in the early 1800s and Queen Margherita in the early 1900s. Enjoy the beautiful rooms and corridors of this Museum, hosting masterpieces of the international rococo style of European royal residences. Inside the apartments you can still marvel at the precious furniture from the 18th century, testifying to the mastery of Piedmontese cabinet-making.

From Florence: Turin by High-Speed Train & Museum Ticket

6. From Florence: Turin by High-Speed Train & Museum Ticket

Enjoy this independent tour departing from Florence by high-speed train and visit Turin the first capital of Italy and home of the Savoy kings, today, one of the most pleasant Italian cities to visit. Once arrived in Turin, walk to Piazza Castello where you will find two of the most important monuments in Turin: Palazzo Madama and Palazzo Reale. Enjoy the Turin audioguide to explore the city on your own walking through the boulevards, the arcaded avenues and the great Napoleonic squares. Then, visit the world’s oldest museum dedicated to the ancient Egyptian culture and discover the history and mysteries of an ancient civilization. Afterwards head back to the Porta Nuova Train Station for your departure to Florence.

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We were in Turin from 16 to 18 July 2021, I had purchased the tickets for the Mole Antonelliana on the internet which in theory also had to include the use of the bus within the city for a whole day, the cinema museum that is located inside the Mole and the ascent by elevator to the panoramic terrace of the Mola. We were able to use the bus (red line) you must first collect the ticket and when we went to the Mola Antonelliana we discovered the catch! The ticket purchased did not include the priority ascent with the lift to the panoramic terrace! But only the entrance to the Cinema Museums, we would have had to make an additional ticket to use the lift, without considering the queue to be done. The gentleman at the entrance to the Mole told us that it has happened other times, that the convention for this ticket was no longer present! What a disappointment and what a rip off!

Optimal! It was very simple, at the box of the tourist bus I got the tickets for the mole and for the tourist bus, I added the ticket for my 12-year-old daughter. The bus allows you to admire and visit all the places of interest in Turin. For the size, the ticket has priority skip the line, unfortunately there are no audio guides

A highlight for all children who are not afraid of heights! The children spent hours hanging in the trees and climbing. Very challenging if you like. For small to BIG claims

The Film Museum is fabulous. It is very very original and interesting. The climb to the tower is well worth it.

It was so much fun. The staff was very friendly and helpful.