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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 48-hour hop-on hop-off bus. Admire this beautiful city from its 3 lines that will take you to every hidden corner.

Turin: City Tour with Cinema Museum and Mole Antonelliana

2. Turin: City Tour with Cinema Museum and Mole Antonelliana

Begin your tour with skip-the-line tickets into the beautiful Mole Antonelliana and the National Cinema Museum. Climb the historical landmark to admire Turin from above and views of the Alps. Learn about the Mole Antonelliana, a building of monumental proportions, from your guide. Afterwards, peruse through the National Cinema Museum. Visit its several exhibitions, presenting an extraordinary collection that retraces the history of cinema from its origins to the present day. After spending time in the museum, head out onto the streets of Turin. Visit important landmarks and learn about the city's history and daily life from your guide.

Turin 3-Hour Classic Walking Tour

3. Turin 3-Hour Classic Walking Tour

Enjoy a 3-hour walking tour of Turin’s classic sights, from the baroque palaces and porticoes of the old city center to its medieval Cathedral, home to the fabled Turin Shroud. The tour starts at Piazza Castello, and sets off to visit Palazzo Madama, the favorite residence of the Ladies of the Royal Court. The Next stop is the Palazzo Reale (Royal Court) where the Savoy kings held court. Spy the spire of the Cathedral, before getting up-close to its stern medieval façade. Debate still rages as to whether the piece of linen inside is the cloth that wrapped the body of Christ or not. Walk through Piazza San Carlo, one of the city’s most elegant squares that was once dubbed “Europe’s sitting room.” Admire the fine baroque architecture of Piazza Carignano, including the palazzo where King Vittorio Emanuele II was born. Next, explore the Quadrilatero Romano, where the Roman grid-like system of the city’s original plan is most evident. During the tour, you will stop for an Italian espresso, accompanied by some "giandujotti," Turin's famous walnut chocolates.

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4.5 / 5

based on 37 reviews

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!

Beautiful experience. Spectacular Mole Antonelliana and museum of cinema unique for its completeness of relics especially relating to the dawn of cinema. Turin is a wonderful city. All made even more pleasant by the explanations of the guide Laura.

Everything was beautiful and the guide was very good and nice. It was a pity that we could not get into the lift of the Mole Antonelliana ... Despite everything we had a lot of fun and we received a refund for the tickets for the lift.

Our guide Francesco told us so many interesting things and with so much enthusiasm, it was a really successful start in Turin - the pier and the city walk - highly recommended!!! Francesco was also happy to answer all our questions.

Very good guide by the name of Francesco who was not stingy with his comments and his time Moreover the city is superb and we recommend to those who have never been to TURIN to go there as soon as possible